UFC President Dana White touched on a number of major topics last night after UFC on FX 3 had ended including a recent sit-down with former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar. The meeting went down a few weeks back in response to a request from Lesnar to attend UFC 146 and talk some business.

While some fans hoped the exchange would result in Lesnar’s return to the ring after an impromptu retirement late last year, it looks like the sides could be further apart than before getting together.

“The meeting we had didn’t go really well. It wasn’t a great meeting. It was probably one of the worst meetings we’ve ever had with Brock Lesnar,” revealed White on Fuel TV’s post-fight show. “I honestly have not talked to him since.”

White would not reveal any details of his conversation with Lesnar’s camp when pressed but reiterated how poorly things unfolded, saying, “It was really bad. It was the worst meeting I’ve ever had with Brock Lesnar. It was me and Lorenzo (Fertitta) and in my opinion it couldn’t have gone worse.”

Lesnar left MMA with a 5-3 record including a title-run with a pair of successful defenses. Among the opponents he took out during his brief career were Shane Carwin, Frank Mir, and Randy Couture.