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According to this article, Dana intentionally mislead media and the WWE, about Brock and his last meeting regarding rejoining the UFC.

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Post #1   7/29/13 2:30:16PM   

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Hey guys, take it easy on me. This is the first story Ive ever posted in the news forum


Also, sorry if the title is misleading, I just used the name of the article

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Post #2   7/29/13 2:32:23PM   

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You did good, mang

With that said, I hope we don't have to watch Brock Lesnar in the octagon anymore, lol.

I'm so tired of uneducated wrestling fans telling me how great of a fighter Lesnar is/was/whatever/bullshit.

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I don't mind Lesnar, but the division is much different from when he left. I can't really see him getting one over on anyone except Roy Nelson and a couple other dudes.

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Honestly, I think Nelson would KO Lesnar.

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Brock vs. Bigfoot.

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Brock in the UFC was legendary and one of my favourite parts of MMA history

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shameless money grab, Brock would be awesome if people weren't allowed to strike, they are, he is not.

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Go home Brock

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Go home Brock




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Brock made everything better. MMA needs a heavy weight heel. Too many nice big dudes. I want an unapologetic, hate filled, red neck.

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Posted by BillsNewAccount

Brock made everything better. MMA needs a heavy weight heel. Too many nice big dudes. I want an unapologetic, hate filled, red neck.


Other than red neck, don't you think Bigfoot fits the bill? Every interview he seems to give makes him come off as a dbag

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Posted by BillsNewAccount

Brock made everything better. MMA needs a heavy weight heel. Too many nice big dudes. I want an unapologetic, hate filled, red neck.


Other than red neck, don't you think Bigfoot fits the bill? Every interview he seems to give makes him come off as a dbag



When I was reading Bills post I Bigfoot did come to my mind


I mean shit, he beat my all-time favorite fighter. Bastard

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Posted by airkerma


Posted by BillsNewAccount

Brock made everything better. MMA needs a heavy weight heel. Too many nice big dudes. I want an unapologetic, hate filled, red neck.


Other than red neck, don't you think Bigfoot fits the bill? Every interview he seems to give makes him come off as a dbag



I never really got that vibe from BF. Calling out a guy half your size is a dick head move but Thiago seems like a scum bag to me. Plus BF has humility. He knows he is slow and goofy looking. Brock on the other hand, despite having very little fighting experience talked down on all of his opponents. I'm pretty sure he called Randy a weak old man, and that's after they fought.

To me the ultimate judge of bad-guyness is whether he holds ill will towards his opponent even after they have beaten them. When Brock beat Mir I thought he was going to find Mir's hospital bed so he could talk more shit.

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Posted by Webbie
I'm so tired of uneducated wrestling fans telling me how great of a fighter Lesnar is/was/whatever/bullshit.



He did about as well as you could possibly ask for him to have done in his brief career considering the limited about of time he had spent training in MMA and the age he came into the sport at. That said, I don't think any self-respecting fan would have put him at an elite level overall skill wise, nor do I think any of us would've ever put him on our pound for pound list. He was fun to watch though, and that's something that I think will always be appreciated. It's why Dan Hardy is still around.

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