Brock Lesnar returned to the Octagon in a big way last night (Sat., July 9, 2016) by dominating Mark Hunt en route to a three-round unanimous decision win over “Super Samoan” in the co-main event of UFC 200.
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While “Beast Incarnate” has pending obligations with WWE later this year and moving forward, the hulking Heavyweight didn’t rule out a return to the Octagon. And he has plenty of challengers waiting. When asked to give his thoughts on his chances of capturing UFC gold again, Lesnar wasn’t shy in his predictions.
“I believe any man can do whatever he wants if he puts his mind to it,” he said during his solo press conference.
“I’ve been out of this game for five years and I stepped back in the game and trained for six weeks and I think I put a good beating on Mark Hunt tonight. I think anything is possible, ain’t it?”
As far as how soon we can expect him back inside the cage to continue his potential run at the strap, Lesnar couldn’t put a timetable on it.
“I don’t know. I’m pretty excited. My body is feeling pretty good, excluding my eye. But I don’t know, we’ll see what happens. Let me… I don’t know, never say never. I took five years off but I know I’m reaching the big 4-0 here so we’ll be realistic about it.”
Cain Velasquez dethroned Lesnar from the top of the heavyweight mountain at UFC 121 in 2010, taking him out via strikes in the very first round.
Brock retired from MMA a year later following his loss against Alistair Overeem. But now that he’s back and proved to ….View full article
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