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Lesnar on Undertaker: I don't care for him

UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar weighs in

UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar weighs in at 264 lbs at the UFC 121 weigh-in at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. (Oct. 22, 2010) Credit: Getty

Former UFC champion Brock Lesnar finally addressed his face-to-face meeting with The Undertaker after losing to Cain Velasquez at UFC 121 in October 2010, according to the PWTorch.

"The other fellas that wanted to come, like Stone Cold and The Rock, and Goldberg, those guys had all said, 'I'm coming to watch you, good luck.' This guy (Undertaker) shows up every time I seem to lose (laughs) so he's like my black cloud," Lesnar said. "And we've got some history. I've worked with him, but I don't really care for him."

Many thought The Undertaker was trying to coax Lesnar into a match at Wrestlemania in April. Lesnar made it clear that he is not going anywhere.

Taker apologized to UFC president Dana White for his actions. White took everything in stride and says he has no beef with Taker, the WWE, or WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.

It’s safe to say that the whole Undertaker-Lesnar thing can now be put to bed. Everyone has said their peace except Undertaker. Don’t expect him to saying anything at all as is hard at work rehabbing from an injury. All signs point to Taker being ready for a match at Wrestlemania.

For those that may have missed how this whole thing got started in the first place, here is the YouTube clip. If you're an Undertaker fan, you have to love seeing him break "The Deadman" character and bait Lesnar into a fight. 

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