"Former M-1 Global employee Jerry Millen, who isn’t on the good side of his former employer or White, told MMAWeekly.com, “It was huge, huge money, and nobody is talking about how much money it was because Dana doesn’t want his guys to know what they offered Fedor to fight. You can’t say you’ve offered a figher $4 million to $5 million to fight because of his fighters found out they would would freak out.”
“More than he’s ever made in his entire career, and more than he will ever see in the rest of his life. I’ll say this, and I haven’t said this anywhere else, millions and millions of dollars,” White confirmed.
Fedor’s representatives turned the offer down flat, wanting more concessions for M-1 Global on top of Fedor’s salary."
You heard it from Jerry Millen. Looks like Dana White wasn't lying when he said he offered Fedor millions. If it was 4-5 mil for the first fight, it probably would have been the same amount for each consecutive fight in the UFC if Fedor kept winning.
M1 Global ruined a history making fight, Lesnar vs Fedor, back in 2009 due to their own selfish reasons of wanting more money. They wanted the copromotion.
And nerve of fedor fans to blame Dana lmao.