Brock Lesnar apparently collapsed in Canada and is now hospitalized in North Dakota according to the Canadian Press:
"He's in rough shape, he's in really bad shape," White said Saturday after UFC 105.
"He is not well and he is not getting any better. . . . He's very, very sick and he's going to be out for a while. He's got a lot of problems."
"He's got mono and he's got something else wrong with him. I know what's wrong with him, he just doesn't want me talking about it," White said.
"He doesn't have cancer or AIDS or anything like this, (but) he's got some problems, man." He said Lesnar may have to go to the Mayo Clinic or another top hospital "to figure out what's wrong with this guy."
So it seems as if the UFC heavyweight champion will be out of action for quite a while, if not indefinitely unless they can figure out what's wrong with him. My thing is, White knows what's wrong with him, but Lesnar may have to goto a top hospital to figure out what's wrong with him? Also, the newly announced fight between Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Cain Velasquez at UFC 108 is now off. Nogueira has been struck with another staph infection, and it's apparently in his bloodstream now:
"(It's) bad, to the point now that it's in his bloodstream," White said. "He's probably going to have to be hospitalized and intravenously given antibiotics."
To make matters worse, Shane Carwin just underwent knee surgery, but it's not specified how long he'll be out of action.