Dear Dana White:
Earlier this week you made a deal for Brock Lesnar to be in WWE ’12 the video game which is not only great for Lesnar and WWE but its also great exposure for the UFC. Last winter Brock Lesnar was a part of some big rumors that he would be wrestling The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 27. You quickly dismissed those rumors and said you would never allow Lesnar to wrestle in WWE as long he had a UFC contract.
With allowing him to be in the game you are technically associating him with the WWE once again. WWE fans remember who Brock is and would love to see him back in a WWE ring again. His last match in WWE was a very piss poor match against his good friend Bill Goldberg at Wrestlemania 20. In my opinion it was a very horrible way for him to go out. I believe you owe it to Brock to let him have some redemption in this matter.
Think about this from a business standpoint. If Brock Lesnar wrestles one time at Wrestlemania it would draw wrestling and MMA fans. It would make MMA fans aware of pro wrestling and vice-versa. You and Vince McMahon say that you are not in competition with each other so my answer that is prove us all wrong. Cross promote, help each other out and let this be a good way for both parties to get more fans.
Another way to think about this, it’s away to thank Vince McMahon. If it weren’t for Vince and the WWE there would be no Lesnar and he wouldn’t be the big name heel in UFC that he is now. Yes, I used a wrestling term to describe someone in UFC. Face it, Lesnar is your biggest draw and the most hated fighter you have in the UFC. People are always going to tune in to see what happens to Brock Lesnar because of the attention he brings to himself and the company.
Wrestlemania 28 is already going to be huge next year with The Rock vs. John Cena and the possibility of CM Punk vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin. Help make it bigger with allowing Brock to be a part of the show. You owe it to Brock, you owe it to your company, but most importantly Brock owes it to himself so he can get a shot at redemption. It’s also way for Brock to tell the whole world that he’s bigger than any wrestler on the WWE roster right now.
Let’s make it happen Dana! Brock Lesnar, Wrestlemania 28 in Miami. You know it’s the right thing to do for everyone involved.
Hollywood’s World of Sports
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