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  • Lesnar isn't coming back, so MMA needs to learn to let him go - MMAjunkie.com
    MMAjunkie.comLesnar isn't coming back, so MMA needs to learn to let him goMMAjunkie.comSo it turns out that Brock Lesnar isn't coming back. At least now we know. At least now we in the MMA world can stop talking about him, hopefully, and move on with our Brock-less lives, such as they are. This is a […]
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  • How an MMA fighter found salvation among the Pygmies - Yahoo Sports
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At the UFC 189 tour stop in NYC, Jose Aldo discusses the UFC 189 World Tour with Conor McGregor, the hostile crowd in New York, McGregor’s impact on the division, and much more.

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Joe Warren will look to make the first defense of his Bellator MMA bantamweight title against Marcos Galvao at Bellator 135 on Friday.

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Justin Wren may have never ventured back into the realm of mixed martial arts had he not experienced an almost-kismet-like vision about the Congo in 2011.

But according to Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole, Wren followed what he thought was a plan from God to go to the Congo to offer aid to a massive group of enslaved people who are known as the Pygmies. 

Four years removed from his first journey to the Congo, Wren has transformed himself from a lost athlete who struggled with drug and alcohol addiction to a humanitarian with a new and altruistic outlet to direct his energy. 

A former competitor on Season 10 of The Ultimate Fighter, the 27-year-old Wren not only created a foundation for the Pygmies that’s called “Fight for the Forgotten,” he also authored a book by the same name that’s slated to be published by Howard Books in September.

The 6’3″, 270-pound Wren also intends to fight again, and if he happens to garner any bonus money in the process, he plans to donate it all to the Pygmies. 

Wren explained to Iole how in 2011—at a major turning point in his life and MMA careerhe had a prophetic daydream about the Congo after praying to God for answers about his future.

I just prayed hard. I said, ‘God, what do you want me to do? Do you want me to fight? Do you want me to do something else?’ I had the offer from Dream, and it was a good amount of money for me and it was a good matchup and all of that. As I prayed, I felt it was a no. And that’s when I had the vision.

I was dreaming even though I was awake, and I saw myself in the Congo. I didn’t know it was the Congo. I saw myself in the jungle and there were these hurting people. They were sick and they were enslaved and they were thirsty and people just hated them. They were withering away with their ribs out. I saw them coughing up their lungs. It messed me up because I thought I was a crazy person.

Wren’s issues with drug addiction stemmed from a gruesome elbow injury he suffered while wrestling at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado in 2005. After nearly six years of drug abuse, which included the use of opiates and cocaine, Wren got clean and found himself with a decision to make regarding his fighting career.

Wren entertained a tempting offer to compete for Dream, but before accepting the potentially lucrative deal from the former Japanese-based promotion, the Texas native decided to ask God for guidance. Wren’s plea to God didn’t lead him to Japan to continue his fighting career. Instead, it convinced him to travel to the Congo to offer help to the over 500,000 Pygmies who live there in extreme poverty.

During the second of several trips to the Congo, Wren used the assistance of Shalom University to formulate strategies to aid the Pygmies in acquiring land, finding drinkable water and creating their own food.

Wren stayed in the Congo for over a year during his third trip there. In that time, the former Greco-Roman wrestling national champ assisted in buying nearly 2,500 acres of land. He also lent a hand in digging 13 wells.

For his inspirational efforts in the Congo, Wren earned an affectionate name from the Pygmies, Efeosa Mbuti MangBo. Efeosa translates to “the man who loves us,” and Mbuti MangBo translates to “the big Pygmy.”

Without a doubt, I’m a better man for this. I’ve seen up close what is important in life. Before, living the life of my dreams I’d had as a 13-year-old, being a UFC fighter, is what was important to me. That didn’t fulfill me and I spiraled downward and crashed and burned. Having these experiences, I see more clearly how precious life is, how precious every human life is.

There are bigger things to life than having my name known as a fighter. I feel like the addictions, the depression, all that stuff, I’m not naïve enough to say I’m above it. But I will say I have greater things to live for and to focus and pursue. I’m not doing this to help myself, but I see as I help others, it comes back to help me. So I feel like I’m a much better man now than I was when I went there for the first time.

Wren submitted UFC veteran Wes Sims with a first-round arm-triangle choke in the opening round of The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights (Season 10). He then dropped a controversial majority decision to eventual season winner Roy Nelson in the quarterfinals before falling via split decision to Jon Madsen at The Ultimate Fighter 10 Finale. Wren notched three straight wins after falling to Madsen, each of which occurred outside of the UFC in 2010.

Wren attended Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, where he was coached by former Olympic freestyle wrestling gold medalists Kendall Cross and Kenny Monday. Wren won back-to-back prep state championships in 2004 and 2005 at Bishop Lynch.

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At the latest UFC 189 world tour stop, Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald squared off Thursday afternoon at the Beacon Theater in New York City.

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The UFC 189 World Championship Tour made its way to The Big Apple on Thursday. Check out the staredowns between Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo, as well as Rory MacDonald and Robbie Lawler in New York City.

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The largest muay Thai promotion in America, Lion Fight Promotions, returns on Friday with Lion Fight 21.

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Brock Lesnar was the greatest popcorn fighter in the history of combat sports. We savored every taste all the way down to the bottom of the bucket. But now the bucket is empty.

While some would rather stick around and lick their fingers for the salty remnants from four years ago, the rest of us have already moved on.

Lesnar is D-O-N-E fighting. The former heavyweight champion gracefully passed on a contract reportedly worth “10 times” as much as his previous UFC contract to stay with World Wrestling Entertainment, per Greg Beacham of the Associated Press.

“My legacy in the Octagon is over. However, my legacy this Sunday at WrestleMania will not be my last,” Lesnar said on ESPN SportsCenter in an interview with Michelle Beadle.

In Japanese, Italian and English, that means sayonara, arrivederci and goodbye.

Lesnar, who battled diverticulitis toward the tail end of his MMA run, made the smartest decision a 37-year-old with plenty of money, a UFC title on his shelf and limited fight experience could make.

He chose to walk away.

Some will likely criticize Lesnar for being in the right place at the right time. Let’s face it: The UFC heavyweight division wasn’t anywhere near as crowded back then as it is now. UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture, a natural light heavyweight, was still dumping heavyweights on their heads at the time.

Just as the division started to hit its stride, Lesnar fell ill and was diagnosed with diverticulitis, an intestinal disorder. After multiple surgeries, no one can say for sure whether it was the illness or facing tougher opponents that ultimately did Lesnar in. The sports world is just left with a bunch of what-ifs.

What if Lesnar never got sick? What if he had more time to develop his skills? What if he chose MMA first?

These questions will never be answered, and as far as Lesnar is concerned, they never have to be. He is a former UFC champion, and his name will forever be etched in MMA history. One could even argue that Lesnar was the first cog in the wheel that really put the UFC over in the mainstream sports community.

He was the one-man circus act everyone had to see.

We all tuned in at UFC 81, bursting at the seams with excitement as Lesnar made his UFC debut against former heavyweight champ Frank Mir. A quick trip back to the UFC video vault unlocks a whirlwind of nostalgia, sweeping fight fans off their feet once more in the Lesnar craze:

This isn’t some b——t scheme. I’m coming to this fight to win, and that’s no b——t. … I can just picture [Mir’s] eyeballs getting big as I dump him on his head, and he doesn’t know where the hell he’s at. And all of a sudden, I’ve got these fists in his mouth, buried down his throat and I’ll pull his head off.

Is this guy serious?

This was the question running through the minds of every hardcore MMA fan. Mir was a world-class fighter with years of experience. The notion that Lesnar would waltz right into the UFC and defeat a top contender wasn’t just asinineit was asi-10 to the Stephen A. Smith degree.

Mere logic told us Mir would win handily, but MMA is a sport where logic and reason mixes like oil and water. No one looked away, and it was a good thing no one did. Aside from “pulling Mir’s head off,” Lesnar did everything he said he was going to do. He dumped Mir on his head and went throat-scuba diving with his fists. 

The outcome didn’t matter. No one cared about Mir’s rally to pull out a first-round submission after being folded like an accordion. The talk of the town was the legitimacy of Brock Lesnar and his roofless ceiling of potential. MMA media would never be the same again after that night.

Luke Thomas, journalist for MMAFighting.com, put Lesnar’s meaning to the sport into perspective in a Twitter post:

This is the second and hopefully final farewell to MMA’s greatest circus act. Lesnar’s UFC run is perfect as it is, beginning to end, and it would be nothing short of gluttonous to attempt to indulge in seconds. Sequels rarely top the original.

Those of you lucky enough to witness it will live on and tell others about that time you saw Lesnar, a WWE wrestler, sign with the UFC and win the heavyweight title with a 2-1 record.

You’ll tell others how this massive, larger-than-life figure emerged from the locker rooms with “Enter Sandman” blaring across darkened, sold-out arenas. You might even pop open a Coors Light and snuggle up with your significant other since Bud Light “didn’t pay Lesnar enough.”

Dust off your hands and leave those emptied buckets by the wayside. The curtains have closed on Lesnar’s MMA career, and they should forever remain that way. Thank you, Mr. Lesnar, for all that you’ve done.

Sayonara, arrivederci and goodbye.

 

Jordy McElroy is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. He is also the MMA writer for Rocktagon and FanRag Sports.

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UFC President Dana White is beginning to believe former welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre will never return to the Octagon. 

Speaking on Fox Sports’ Jay & Dan Podcast, White didn’t totally discredit the chances of the legendary Canadian returning, but he provided a pessimistic outlook when the topic arose. 

I offered him a fight in Montreal, and he said ‘I’m not ready yet,'” White said about GSP (h/t Fox Sports’ Damon Martin for the transcription). “I’m on the fence, I’m leaning toward he’s not coming back these days.”

GSP famously took an indefinite hiatus from the sport in December 2013, directly after edging out a razor-thin decision victory over Johny “Bigg Rigg” Hendricks at UFC 167. 

Since that time, White said on the Jay & Dan Podcast, GSP has been living a fun, entertaining life. He’s been at basketball games, concerts and other social events, and White is not sure he still possesses the hunger to return to fighting. 

“He’s got a lot of money, he’s young, he’s got a lot of other options and he’s going out on top,” White said.

If that’s the case, I say good on you, Mr. St-Pierre. 

You made your money. You left your legacy. You went out as undoubtedly the best welterweight the sport has ever seen, and you’re unquestionably one of the top three fighters who has never been caught using steroids, and that’s downright incredible. 

You’ve said you suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder, and it showed in your perfectionist fighting style. 

Now, enjoy your life. You’re 33 years old, and the 170-pound division isn’t getting any weaker. Use the likes of Chuck Liddell and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua as lessons in what happens when you hang on a bit too long, and avoid their fate. 

Prove White’s inclination correct and ride away from the Octagon—forever. You’ve spent a lifetime growing and nurturing the fruits of your labor. 

Go harvest them. 

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In a move that was quickly hailed by the MMA community, on Thursday, Brazil’s MMA athletic commission overturned the results of a March 21 UFC bout between Drew Dober and Leandro Silva, which was stopped because of a controversial referee intervention.

“After reviewing the case, the Executive Committee…has decided to overturn the result of Leandro Silva vs. Andrew Dober bout and is officially determining it as a no-contest,” read a statement from the CABMMA released Thursday and published by Guilherme Cruz of MMAFighting.com

In the second round of their lightweight contest at UFC Fight Night 62, Dober was on the verge of freeing himself from Silva’s guillotine choke when referee Eduardo Herdy stopped the match, apparently believing Dober had tapped out. 

Observers were almost unanimously outraged by Herdy’s action. This included UFC President Dana White, who after the event called the decision into doubt. 

“Everybody in this room and everybody on this planet knows that was bulls–t,” White said at the post-fight press conference. “Hopefully that can be overturned into a no-contest and we do it fair.”

Thursday, CABMMA appeared to agree in making its reversal. However, that reversal is a reversal in and of itself.

Commission members originally said they had no authority to change the decision but evidently changed a rule in order to grant themselves the power to, as the statement read (h/t MMAjunkie), “on an exceptional basis, revert a decision to ‘no-contest’ if it determines that a good faith judgment call of a referee was mistaken and therefore considered a self-evident error.”

It will be interesting to see whether or to what extent this rule change sets a precedent among MMA athletic commissions. In the meantime, it appears a clear error has been rectified, thanks in part to Herdy’s willingness to acknowledge his mistake. 

“Regarding Mr. Eduardo Herdy, CABMMA is thankful for his professionalism in recognizing this error, helping the entity evolve in its regulatory affairs in Brazil by seeking the development of higher standards and demonstrating his commitment as an official referee of the sport,” the statement read.

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