I actually contacted Dana White again after the movie. I flew out to meet him once and got a great offer. I contacted him again, I was thinking about dropping out of Impact wrestling, and there were some personal problems with my marriage and I just wanted to get away. I contacted Dana White, I flew out, and he had me take the UFC physical. I passed it, thank God, and he gave me the offer. The terms weren’t good, I mean not for me, and the terms I gave him weren’t good for him. He wanted me ready in four-and-a-half weeks; I wanted three to six months. So I respect Dana White and I love him to death, very good friend. I knew I was capable of winning in four-and-a-half weeks, but I wanted to be at my best.
“Yo brah i was totally gonna be in the UFC I was like just gimme 3 to 6 mos but Dana was all like I want you in that cage in four weeks.” Sounds legit!
Of course when asked about whether this was true, Dana White said teh noes. Which confuses me because why would an attention whore like Kurt Angle with a new movie coming out next weekend (WARRIUR! Rar!) ever make false statements to the media? Beats me, guys.