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SHANE CARWIN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Former UFC champ Shane Carwin launches his own athlete management agency

Shane Carwin saw a lot of good and a lot of bad during his relatively short seven fight stint with the UFC before injuries eventually forced him to retire.The heavy-handed slugger from Colorado won a UFC heavyweight title in only his fifth fight with the promotion and by the time he called it a career, he had already made millions as a professional athlete.Those gaudy numbers didn...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Shane Carwin would come out of retirement for Brock Lesnar rematch: 'I'm all in'

A few weeks don't go by before there's some headline out there about Brock Lesnar potentially returning to the UFC. And the man who nearly defeated him for the UFC heavyweight title hopes they're all true -- he would love to be his return opponent. Shane Carwin told FOX Sports that he would come out of retirement if it meant another chance at Lesnar. Carwin stepped away from the...
Via Fox Sports
October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Former UFC contender Shane Carwin back in the MMA game as a part-owner

Shane Carwin always seemed like one of those guys who would be done with MMA when he retired. He never came off as someone who would own a gym or do seminars. As much as he loved the sport, Carwin never quit his full-time job as an engineer, even when he was preparing to fight Brock Lesnar for the UFC heavyweight title. So when he officially retired last year due to a back injury...
Via Fox Sports
October 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Chris Camozzi Signs with Shane Carwin’s Prize Fighting Championship

It always helps to have friends in high places. Less than a week after announcing he had been cut by the UFC, middleweight Chris Camozzi has signed with Prize Fighting Championship, a Colorado-based MMA promotion where his buddy, Shane Carwin, serves as vice president of fighter development. Camozzi will make his organizational debut against Jeremy Kimball on November 21. The 185...
Via 5thRound.com
October 07, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC Fight Pass Brings Back Brock Lesnar In Visceral Career Anthology

Brock Lesnar steps on to the stage for the UFC 116 weigh-ins against Shane Carwin in 2010 ~ Mandatory Credit: sherdog.com Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar may be done competing in the cage, but his legacy is now free to be relived by UFC Fight Pass subscribers this week. Titled “The Best of the Beast” Anthology, all of Lesnar’s seven fights, plus archived footage...
Via The Sports Journal
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Shane Carwin wants a piece of Brock Lesnar

Shane Carwin seems like he wants a piece of his nemesis Brock Lesnar. In response to rumors that Lesnar will attend UFC 168 in Las Vegas on Saturday night, Carwin, who lost the UFC heavyweight title to Lesnar at UFC 116, sent a tweet to Dana White. Carwin was 12-0 before losing to Brock. He […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 28, 2013  |  Discuss
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