Lashley vs. Guida makes Lesnar look special

Bobby Lashley’s amateur and professional wrestling histories have naturally brought comparisons to UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar. With Lesnar quickly rising to the pinnacle of the sport, many expected Lashley to do the same in the same small amount of time. On paper the similarities are obviously there.

Both of the men have the type of amateur wrestling background that has continually spelled success in MMA. While Lesnar was an NCAA champion, Lashley was an NAIA champion and armed forces champion. Lashley’s physique is just as, if not more, chiseled than Lesnar’s, and they are both training with high level camps – Minnesota Martial Arts Academy and American Top Team.

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Bobby Lashley denies return to pro wrestling, at least for now

Former WWE Champion and recent MMA star Bobby Lashley sat down with Pro MMA Radio (prommaradio.com) and host Larry Pepe to discuss Ken Shamrock, the Jason Guida fight, WWE, Brock Lesnar, and all the new things he learns as a fighter on a daily basis.

Bobby Lashley has shown his knack for hard work as a member of the United States Army, as a three time National wrestling champion at Missouri Valley College, and now as a professional MMA fighter.

Lashley was originally scheduled to fight UFC veteran Ken Shamrock on Saturday, March 21 in Pensacola, Florida at “March Badness”. Both fighters agreed to the fight only about three weeks prior to the scheduled match and were ready for battle.

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Jason Guida shares his thoughts on Bobby Lashley

PRO MMA (promma.info) just received this new video of Jason Guida preparing for his upcoming fight with Bobby Lashley this Saturday night March 21st in the Roy Jones Jr. promoted hybrid boxing/MMA card entitled, “March Badness” in Pensacola, Florida. Guida also shares his thoughts on his opponent who used to be a professional wrestler with … Read more

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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Breaking down Lesnar vs. Lashley

Even before his 41 second destruction of Joshua Franklin, Bobby Lashley hinted that his plan in MMA was to get a few wins, and then challenge Brock Lesnar in the UFC.

With the success Lesnar is having in the octagon, who can blame another former amateur and professional wrestler for wanting to follow the same path.

Even though the match up is still in the hypothetical stages, there is a good chance it could materialize one day, so let’s take a look at how these two big guys match up.

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Lashley wins MMA debut, “The Snowman” defeats Rodriguez

Bobby Lashley won his MMA debut Saturday night in Miami, Florida at Mixed Fighting Alliance: There Will Be Blood. The former WWE superstar stopped his opponent, debuting fighter Joshua Franklin, in forty one seconds due to a cut on the forehead above his right eye.

Despite making his debut with Mixed Fighting Alliance (MFA), Lashley remains under contract with the American Fight League. The heavyweight received permission from the AFL in order to make his pro debut.

The AFL had attempted to loan out their fighters to other promotions in joint ventures prior to Lashley fighting on the MFA card. The reason for these rentals come from the AFL’s decision to hold off putting on a card until next Spring.

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Frank Trigg interviews Ric Flair (video)

When I was a kid there was no UFC or MMA you could turn on the TV and watch. The next best thing was professional wrestling and Ric Flair was one of the icons back in those days. Here he is, The Nature Boy being interviewed by our good buddy Frank Trigg. Please like & … Read more

Ricco Rodriguez battles Jeff Monson at MFA: There Will Be Blood on Dec. 13

Next Saturday, December 13th, while most of the MMA community will be focused on The Ultimate Fighter Finale, two former UFC heavyweight contenders will face off at Mixed Fighting Alliance: There will be Blood at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.

Both Jeff Monson and Ricco Rodriguez were on a roll in the UFC until they had their momentum stopped by Tim Sylvia. Soon after their defeat they were shown the door by the promotion.

Since leaving the UFC, Ricco Rodriguez has seemingly done himself more harm than good. First there was his much publicized weight gain. The former champion fought at over 300 lbs wearing a t-shirt to contain his mass. Then there was his stint on Celebrity Rehab and his eerie description of how he positioned his unconscious girlfriend, whom he thought was dead, in the driver’s seat of his wrecked car to avoid a DUI arrest.

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