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Old 09-01-2011, 04:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The crazy part is if he does retire and is strap for cash he can always return to the wwe for one more match.
I don't think he can get back to wwe unless he fulfills his contract with the UFC, even if he retires.
At least that's usually UFC "Modus operandi" regarding contracts.
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The crazy part is if he does retire and is strap for cash he can always return to the wwe for one more match.
And with the Undertaker thing that happened in UFC 121, i'm sure WWE would pay him record amount of money.
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If he's forced to retire from MMA, I'm not too sure the WWE would allow him to compete, going on the ropes, bouncing off them, getting slammed, he's gonna get roughed up if he does either one.
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If he's forced to retire from MMA, I'm not too sure the WWE would allow him to compete, going on the ropes, bouncing off them, getting slammed, he's gonna get roughed up if he does either one.
yes but i'm sure that one match would not be much less physical than going through an entire training camp then a fight.
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yes but i'm sure that one match would not be much less physical than going through an entire training camp then a fight.
Ive never really known much about what goes on behind the scenes in pro wrestling, what kind of training and preperation do those dudes have to go through prior to getting in the ring? Is it comprable at all to the training demands that people have to go through in preperation for a fight?
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Ive never really known much about what goes on behind the scenes in pro wrestling, what kind of training and preperation do those dudes have to go through prior to getting in the ring? Is it comprable at all to the training demands that people have to go through in preperation for a fight?
I think its a lot harder for a fight than the wwe. I know all these guys work out etc, so i figure lesnar is already in shape to set back into wwe. Whereas for the ufc he has to tweak things then work on his skills.

If dudes like old ass ric flair can still wrestle i don't think lesnar would need to do much preparation to wrestle one more match vs the taker.
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wrestling is actually a really gruelling and hard thing for those guys to train for, throwing eachother everywhere and most mess up their bodies doing pro wrestling like kurt angle fioor one and all dead wrestlers for another
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A couple pro wreslting matches probably isn't a big deal as long as everything goes according to plan. The reason pro wrestling wrecks bodies is because theres no healing time for some of them. They train and practice all week and go out and do a couple shows a week and all the small stuff adds up. I would compare it to people in the moving or construction fields. I knew a bunch of people that did those jobs and they usually didn't get any big injuries but they were hurting at times. You get sore at the end of the day and you do it for 8-12 hours a day for 5-6 days a week its gonna start hurting. And you can't just stop working so you start taking pain pills and eventually your addicted to them.

But I hope hes okay and doesn't leave the UFC. And theres till some good matches to see.
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