Video: Brock Lesnar and John Cena set off locker room clearing brawl on Monday Night Raw

For the second week in a row former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar appeared on WWE’s Monday Night Raw. Watch as a slap from John Cena sets off a locker room clearing brawl.

Video: Brock Lesnar returns to WWE on Monday Night Raw

Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar has taken off his UFC gloves, dusted off his wrestling boots and returned to the world of professional wrestling, where the punches don’t hurt nearly as bad and the outcomes are scripted.

The Undertaker confronts Brock Lesnar following UFC 121 *VIDEO*

In a rather bizarre occurrence following Brock Lesnar’s first round TKO loss to Cain Velasquez at UFC 121 Saturday night in Anaheim, WWE superstar “The Undertaker” confronts the former champ.

Former pro wrestlers to meet in the cage

PRO MMA (promma.info) has learned from sources close to the Lion’s Den that former WWE superstar, Bobby Lashley (1-0) will fight another former WWE wrestler, Ken Shamrock (27-13-2) on March 21st at the Civic Center in Pensacola, FL. The bout is part of a combination MMA and Boxing card promoted by Roy Jones Jr. called “March Badness” that will be shown live on Pay-Per-View.

Both fighters were very successful in the world of pro wrestling during thier respective times, Shamrock from 1997-99 and Lashley 2005-08. Shamrock is a legend in MMA, being one of the first real stars of the sport and one of its earliest successful competitors. He competed in the very first UFC beating Pat Smith by heel hook before losing to eventual winner Royce Gracie in his second fight.

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Bobby Lashley will fight for Palace Fighting Championship in February

Former WWE pro wrestling star, Bobby Lashley, will reportedly have his next fight with the Palace Fighting Championship promotion. Lashley, 1-0 in his mixed martial arts career, will fight on the PFC’s February 6th card in Lenore, California.

Although an opponent has not been named, a list of fighters Lashley could face to possibly build up his fight resume has been sent to him for review.

Lashley attended Missouri Valley College, where he won three national amateur wrestling championships between 1996 and 1998 and placed fourth in 1995. Throughout 1997 and 1998, he was the National Association of Inter-collegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Wrestling Champion. Lashley later joined the United States Army, where he continued to wrestle.

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