MMA: Mixed Martial Arts

Ronda Rousey open to doing some pro wrestling

UFC star Ronda Rousey, while extremely busy with mixed martial arts and her budding movie career, is now saying she would be open to doing some pro wrestling.

Dana White open to talking to CM Punk about fighting in the UFC

"We have literally never talked about business. I like him. He’s a fan. I’ve heard rumors out there, and he and I have been around each other and been together, he has never ever, I’ve never talked to him about wrestling and he’s never talked to me about fighting. I have no idea. ... I mean, yeah. I guess if he wanted to fight, I’d talk to him about it."

From ChadDukesWrestlingShow.com. Dana White has shown he'll work with former big draw pro wrestlers (Brock Lesnar) but no one knows where CM Punk's head is at. Stay tuned.

Rebney: Rampage Jackson's TNA training to "rev up"

With Viacom having a pay-per-view fight between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and King Mo to promote, expect both men to return to TNA shortly. Indeed, Bjorn Rebney is claiming that they are going to really rev up Rampage's pro wrestling training now.

Ronda Rousey could actually be a good pro wrestler

So here's some video proof that Ronda Rousey could actually be a pretty damn good pro wrestler. She's got the look, the attitude, and the promo skills. Now check her out doing work in the ring. This is awesome.

WWE worried about Punk fans hijacking Chicago Raw

The latest on CM Punk is that WWE management are concerned that his fans will hijack their live Monday Night Raw tapings on March 3rd in Chicago, just one month before WrestleMania XXX.

Bellator potentially interested in CM Punk fight

According to Dave Meltzer, Bellator is already making overtures for CM Punk to fight for the company.

Brock Lesnar is NOT going back to the UFC

Good news, pro wrestling fans: Brock Lensar is NOT going back to the UFC, according to promotion President Dana White. We can finally stop talking about this once and for all.

Former Power Ranger wants to fight CM Punk

Jason David Frank, a former cast member on Power Rangers, has challenged CM Punk to an MMA fight, one he already accepted years ago. But that was before Punk walked out on WWE. Now, the possibility of a fight coming to fruition actually exists.

Dana White on CM Punk fighting in the UFC

Could CM Punk ever end up fighting in the UFC now that he's walked out on WWE? It seems a highly unlikely proposition but it's worth asking the President of the UFC, Dana White. Here's his answer.

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CM Punk could be successful in MMA, says Rener Gracie

"With the little time he’s had with me spread out over so many years, he’s made remarkable progress. There’s no telling how successful he would be if he devoted himself full time to the training. He can go get some fights, knock some fools out and choke some dudes. If he dedicates himself full time, there is no limit. He has the intangibles."

In an interview with Fox Sports, Rener Gracie, CM Punk's Brazilian jiu-jitsu trainer, says the WWE star has no limits if he decides he wants to do MMA. At 35-years-old it seems unlikely, but crazier things have happened. Batista actually won his MMA debut back in October of 2012 at the age of 43. Then again, he claimed to want to fight again and never did. Stay tuned, as always. And for all the latest news and notes on CM Punk leaving WWE click here.

Dana White: Brock Lesnar UFC return still possible

UFC President Dana White is maintaining that he keeps in touch with current WWE star Brock Lesnar and apparently "The Beast" has regrets about his MMA career and it's still possible he goes back for another fight.

Ric Flair hangs with Dana White at UFC Fight Night 35

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Well, it's not like he can head back to North Carolina after the debacle with the Panthers and 49ers. Oh and there's still that pesky arrest warrant. So why not head to Duluth, Georgia, to check out UFC Fight Night 35? For those who watched the live broadcast, there were "WOOOOO's" heard all throughout the evening. "The Nature Boy" is still over as hell, folks. Photo via Dana White's Twitter.

Lesnar UFC rumors debunked; WWE return imminent

It looks like the master con men in the professional wrestling world have worked us all again. WARNING: SPOILERS INCLUDED IN THIS POST.

UFC 168 results and open thread: Weidman-Silva 2

It's not pro wrestling, but those who double as mixed martial arts enthusiasts will appreciate a place to talk about tonight's (Dec. 28, 2013) UFC 168: "Weidman vs. Silva 2" event in Las Vegas, Nevada. Full results included!

Jim Ross on Brock Lesnar UFC return rumors

"Rumor of the week is Brock Lesnar returning to UFC. I find that one a little far fetched. Diverticulitis isn't something that is to be taken lightly, of this I know what I speak, and returning to the Octagon under those circumstances makes zero sense to me. Brock has a sweet gig in WWE working a handful of dates a year for which I assume is a healthy, 7 figure income. It's a part time gig of which Brock is very good at and earning that kind of money is a bird's nest on the ground. Unless an athlete was broke as hell, and Brock isn't, there is no legit motivation to return to the Octagon and give it one more shot."

Jim Ross writes in his blog that he's firmly in the camp of those doubting Brock Lesnar will be making a return to the UFC, as has been rumored recently and not exactly denied by promotion President Dana White. It's hard to argue with Ross here. Lesnar has a cushy gig with WWE right now and the only reason to mess with that would be to make another big run at the top in MMA, something Lesnar doesn't seem to be motivated enough or equipped for. Still, rumors persist so we'll continue to play the wait-and-see game.

Cornette: Most successful wrestling company? UFC

During a recent appearance on "The Steve Austin Show", Jim Cornette is quoted as saying the most successful pro wrestling company in the world right now isn't a pro wrestling company at all: The UFC.

Dana White playing coy on Lesnar UFC return rumors

UFC President Dana White is playing coy on whether or not the rumors are true that Brock Lesnar is exploring a return to MMA. Should we have expected anything less?

Brock Lesnar UFC return rumors heating up again

It seems we'll never escape those dreaded rumors of Brock Lesnar returning to the UFC for another go-round in MMA. This time, he's apparently planning to attend UFC 168 on Dec. 28 in Las Vegas and that's got some folks wondering.

CM Punk tweets support for Georges St. Pierre's retirement

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Georges St. Pierre is stepping away from the UFC, as announced during a conference call earlier today (Dec. 13, 2013) where he revealed he would be going on an indefinite hiatus, one that may very well last forever. He relinquished the welterweight championship while saying he needs to step away from the fight game to get his head right. It should come as no surprise that one of the biggest supporters of this decision is current WWE superstar CM Punk, who has long flirted with taking an extended break from pro wrestling and has plans to retire in the near future.

Sonnen claims that CM Punk may quit WWE for MMA

According to Chael Sonnen, CM Punk has "given some serious consideration" to quitting WWE and competing in MMA instead. Um, yeah right...

Ortiz hurt, out of Rampage fight; Dixie takes shot

Tito Ortiz is injured (of course) and the Bellator 106 pay-per-view has been knocked down to a free show on Spike TV. So, of course, TNA President Dixie Carter took to Twitter to take a shot at "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy".

'Major' UFC name contacting WWE soon?

The dirt sheet rumors are flying that a "major UFC name is expected to be in contact with WWE" this week. So who is it?

UFC releases full Lesnar vs. Mir 1 fight video

Here's the full video of Brock Lesnar vs. Frank Mir from UFC 81 just for the hell of it, but not really just for the hell of it.

Rebney: Tito and Rampage will wrestle in TNA soon

According to Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney, Tito Ortiz and Rampage Jackson are both "hardcore training" in preparation of actually wrestling a match in TNA here soon.

Brock Lesnar best returning WWE superstar ever?

Brock Lesnar faces CM Punk at SummerSlam. This match is made bigger by his desire to do right by WWE and commit to the business that made him.

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