UFC President Dana White continues his support of former UFC Heavyweight and WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar’s decision to call it a career in MMA.
White took part in an Instagram live session on Tuesday, which is where he gave his further opinion about Lesnar’s decision to retire from the sport of MMA.
“I wasn’t pissed at all,” White said. “Brock had a good run here. It’s been fun. Listen to fight in this business you have to be 100 percent invested. You’ve got to be in. It’s not where his head was. He made the right decision.”
Back in May, White went on record by stating that Lesnar had retired from MMA competition. This nixed plans as the UFC had been trying to get a fight done between Lesnar and current Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier for an event in August.
Lesnar has since made his return to WWE television where he won the Money in the Bank briefcase and continued his feud briefly with Universal Champion Seth Rollins. As of this writing, he’s not advertised for any upcoming WWE shows.
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H/T to MMA Fighting for the transcription