Slight correction: it wasn't UFC, it was general MMA. He fought (under steroids) with one two-bit organization, and his Lashley fight was going to be with a separate (potentially more-bit, but likely not, in the long run) organization.
It is the policy of the documentary crew to remain true observers and not interfere with its subjects.
If you wanna reach the Co-op, boy, you gotta get by me.
One would think it's versus either Hogan or Goldberg. My hunch is Goldberg, as his contract expires right after WM, IIRC. Hogan wouldn't be so happy doing the job if it's a one-time match from Austin (how twisted is that?