Brock Lesnar and Tito Ortiz top earners at UFC 121

Here’s the full list for the fighters pay days…
Brock Lesnar ($400,000) vs. Cain Velasquez ($100,000 + $100,00 win bonus)Jake Shields ($75,000 + $75,000) vs. Martin Kampmann $27,000Diego Sanchez ($50,000 + $50,000 win bonus) vs. Paulo Thiago ($18,000)Matt Hamill ($29,000 + $29,000 win bonus) vs. Tito Ortiz ($250,000)Gabriel Gonzaga ($67,000) vs. Brendan Schaub ($10,000 + $10,000 win bonus)Court McGee ($15,000 + $15,000 win bonus) vs. Ryan Jensen ($10,000)Patrick Cote ($21,000) vs. Tom Lawlor ($10,000 +

5 Rumors why Cain Velasquez beat Brock Lesnar

UFC 121 took place on October 23 2010 in Anaheim California. The Card itself was one of the best this year, at least in paper. But the Main event was one of the most anticipated fights in the Heavyweight division history.
Undefeated Cain Velasquez face the supose unbeatable super human Brock Lesnar , but the result was not the one most people was expecting , less than 5 mins of the fight the Champion was down and beat up while the Challenger was standing with no visible damage at all. Cain Velasquez defeat


After Frank Mir stated earlier in the week that he wanted to make him “the first person that dies due to Octagon-related injuries”, UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar emerged to address the comments in a radio interview on Friday.
“The guy should probably just focus on the task in front of him, which is Shane Carwin, because if Shane Carwin beats his [expletive] he won’t be fighting me,” Lesnar told KFAN Sports Radio AM 1130.
Lesnar, who has been sidelined due to a digestive disease, is aiming for a

Brock Lesnar’s camp responds to Frank Mir’s comments

Finally, official statement has been released from Lesnar’s camp relating Mir’s death comments about Lesnar, where Mir wanted to break Lesnar’s neck and wanted Lesnar to be the first person to die due to octagon related injuries. Lesnar’s camp released this statement:
“Frank Mir wants murder? The beast is now even angrier than last time. It’s okay, Frankie

Frank Mir issues an apology for Brock Lesnar comments

Frank Mir recently said that he wants Brock Lesnar to be the first person to die due to octagon-related injuries just issused an offical apology;
“I would like to apologize to Brock Lesnar, his family, the UFC and the UFC fans for my stupid remarks,” Mir stated in the brief release. “I respect Brock, all the other fighters, and the sport of mixed martial arts. I’m sorry that I stepped out of line.”
As a result of his comments, alot of fans wanted him suspended and UFC president Dana White said he was