"Listen, Brock's got an obligation to the UFC. And what someone needs to explain to Brock is that deals go both ways -- you can't just take and not give back. Brock needs to honor his deal. Look, Vince McMahon may have been willing to forgive you, but Dana White will not. On the other hand, If I got stomped out in three minutes by a guy who I outweighed by 50 pounds [Cain Velasquez], I'd think about quitting, too.... There's not a whole lot of guys who can beat Brock Lesnar. At the same time, there's never going to be a scenario where Brock Lesnar closes the gap that is insurmountable against Cain Velasquez. I think he can be number two and be number two for a while. But I don't think he wants to do it. And I think that's okay, too. But if you have an obligation and you made a deal with Zuffa, honor your obligation."
-- Mouthy middleweight Chael Sonnen, serving as an analyst on the most recent episode of ESPN's MMA Live, shared his raw opinion on the Dave Meltzer-fueled speculation that former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar was mulling a temporary return to the less combative, and much less real, WWE after suffering a devastating first round technical knockout loss to Cain Velasquez. Sonnen -- who is currently serving a six-month suspension for elevated testosterone levels -- takes Lesnar to task, saying that his loyalties lay, whether he likes it or not, with the world's most successful mixed martial arts promotion and nowhere else, much less appearing as a special guest at WrestleMania for his former employer. He spread it on even thicker, questioning whether or not Lesnar can handle being the number two heavyweight under the UFC banner, taking a back seat permanently to the aforementioned Velasquez. Is Sonnen making any sense here or should he just mind his own business once and for all ... especially when cold, hard facts are missing?