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  • 06-29-2006, 03:40 AM
    #1taz
    A lot of the guys in the WWE juice up...that's no big secret.

    But in the ufc...since it's a legit sport run by a real professional pro sports organization that is regulated heavily - everyone gets regularily tested before and after all fights...so that crap won't fly.

    That's why most of the phony "sports entertainers" want nothing to do with competing in MMA.

    (Well that...and that whole messy getting-hit-in-the-face thing...lol)

    And if Brock wasn't being prevented from working as a "pro wrestler" for a long time by an iron-clad contract (that he tried unsuccessfully to take to court and get out of) that he signed for Vince just before he walked off to go fail at pro football and wind up broke as hell...we wouldn't even be talking about him in MMA.

    But he has to go work quick somewhere because he has to support his new wife Sable in the style she'd like to grow accustomed to...so he is real damn lucky Dana even wants to talk to him...lol

    IMHO..that guy is managing his life right into the toilet.

    And if he has been reading his own BS publicity too much or is delusional enough to jump right in the octagon with one of the top ten HW's in MMA..he's in for a real butt-kicking and a serious embarassment for sure.
  • 06-28-2006, 05:27 PM
    beaver189
    Quote Originally Posted by prideFAN
    So do alot of other fighters, but I don't think he uses steroids.

    I dont no if he dose but he did heres a article from tsg Brock Lesnar, the World Wrestling Entertainment champion, was once arrested for illegally possessing steroids, though the felony charge against the 26-year-old athlete was dismissed four months after his January 2001 arrest. Lesnar, pictured in the below mug shot, was popped by Louisville Division of Police detectives after receiving and opening a parcel that cops said contained a "large amount of steroids." Lesnar, a 295-pound former college wrestling champ, was in Kentucky training at a WWE facility. Hit with a trafficking in controlled substances charge, Lesnar was exonerated when tests showed that the seized pills were not, in fact, steroids. While a Louisville detective told TSG that the material was some kind of growth hormone, Lesnar's defense attorney, Scott Cox, characterized the confiscated pills as a "vitamin type of thing." According to Cox, officers seemed "very apologetic" when lab results cleared Lesnar. It is unclear how investigators concluded that the parcel sent to Lesnar may have contained illicit substancessg
  • 06-28-2006, 11:35 AM
    HollywoodHogan

    goldberg anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by jwistead
    I can picture it in my head right now. Lesnar goes in on one of the top-ranked HW's, and tries to pick him up for the bodyslam. What happens? Lesnar gets choked out. Guillotine. End of Lesnar's MMA career. I think Goldberg stands a better chance, quite honest.

    Ya I don't mind Goldberg in UFC either. There was some rumor concerning Goldberg fighting Tank in a UFC event. Any truth to that?

    If Goldie comes to UFC, you think the crowd would start chanting
    "Gooooooooldberg Goooooooooooldberg" as well?

    Please Dana, sign Goldberg please!
  • 06-28-2006, 01:16 AM
    Dominus

    Brock in the UFC

    Quote Originally Posted by prideFAN
    Maybe, he's big, he's strong, he's quick but can he fight? I really want to see how he does.


    Brock will have a chance if is does it smart. If he signs with the UFC and jumps into a fight right away he will get rocked against any real competitor. If he waits a year or two, actually trains hard in many different camps, then when he comes out he will be a well balanced fighter with crazy power and great wrestling as his assets.
  • 06-28-2006, 12:05 AM
    killerinstinct
    Quote Originally Posted by HollywoodHogan
    I don't know how successful Brock Lesnar would be as a UFC fighter. He might do well, or he might become the biggest disappointment ever. But I know this much for sure; he would draw money. All of a sudden UFC would get extra PPV orders just becuase the former WWE champion is fighting in a UFC event. I for one would certainly be interested in how well someone like Lesnar would do against Sylvia, Arlovski or even Mir.
    AA would KO him easily.Sylvia would use his jeight and KO him and Mir would esily catch him in a sub.
  • 06-27-2006, 05:05 PM
    prideFAN
    Quote Originally Posted by HollywoodHogan
    I don't know how successful Brock Lesnar would be as a UFC fighter. He might do well, or he might become the biggest disappointment ever. But I know this much for sure; he would draw money. All of a sudden UFC would get extra PPV orders just becuase the former WWE champion is fighting in a UFC event. I for one would certainly be interested in how well someone like Lesnar would do against Sylvia, Arlovski or even Mir.
    Arlovski's not going to wrestle him thats for sure. I like Brock but the Pitt Bull
    would knock him the fuck out.

  • 06-27-2006, 03:40 PM
    HollywoodHogan

    more money

    I don't know how successful Brock Lesnar would be as a UFC fighter. He might do well, or he might become the biggest disappointment ever. But I know this much for sure; he would draw money. All of a sudden UFC would get extra PPV orders just becuase the former WWE champion is fighting in a UFC event. I for one would certainly be interested in how well someone like Lesnar would do against Sylvia, Arlovski or even Mir. Anyway, I am glad Dana White did the rigth thing and gave Lesanar an offer. I mean WWE invested serious money in this guy creating the character "Brock Lesnar". All Dana has to do is pick this finished product up and stick him in his show and PPV rate goes up. Sounds pretty good to me.
  • 06-27-2006, 11:14 AM
    #1taz
    Send Brock to Team Punishment, Militech, or ATT for 2 years and he would be dangerous....as long as he has his mental game straight.

    He has a good wrestling background, he's agile and fast, tough as hell, has good cardio, and is as strong as an ox.

    For example...look at Monson.

    When he was with Team Quest or anyone else - he just wasn't that great.

    Ricco beat Monson up pretty badly the last time Monson fought him in the ufc.

    Then after a few years in Florida with Monson training with ATT...now look at the difference in his size, skills, and abilities..

    Monson's not only on a great winning streak in MMA and a heavyweight contender in the ufc - but now he's also on a winning streak as a pro boxer.

    If Brock got with the right people and trained hard....and they picked the right opponents for him and brought him up slow...he could have a serious future in MMA if he wanted it bad enough.

    But to put him in with any of the top ten ranked heavyweights that are in the MMA now would be a serious mistake...he would just get embarassed.
  • 06-27-2006, 01:06 AM
    WorldsMostDangerousMan
    if he picked up some good striking skills then he would be a force because he is very athletic and hes a great wrestler
  • 06-27-2006, 12:26 AM
    LA Suxs
    Quote Originally Posted by Masscore
    Angle just got cleared to wrestle right before the Olympics happened. He went to the Olympics with barely training in the 3 months up to it. And yet he still for the most part destoryed everyone that stepped on the mat with him. The only match he had trouble with was the final which he won in OT against a very accomplished I wanna say Greek or Ukranian wrestler. He is arugably the greatest Freestyle wrestler ever and Corture wouldn't score a point on him. I think even Corture would admit that.

    When it comes to Lesnar, he has the cardio, he has the physical ablitly, and he has the background in Wrestling. If focused on Cross-Training he would be able to compete at HW in the UFC. I think after a few years he would be able to beat Slyivia with ease. Even though Tim has the size on Brock, Brock is far stronger and wouldnt have a problem taking it to the ground. And that would be the fight once its on the ground.
    he is a hell of a wrestler but are you fucking kidding me? do you know how dumb of a statement you made? guys like Gable, Pat and Jon Smith would run a literal clinic on him. Sanderson would just completely embarras him. Angle did lose to Kerr anc Coleman, and never beat them. he used to wrestle at super heavyweight to avoid the tougher competition at 190, where couture was a 2-time runner up once behin Kerr in one of them. Not to mention Couture pursued Greco Roman in the Olympics. him being the best freee-style wrestler is only arguable by you and abunch of other WWE fans. anybody who knows their shit would list you a shitload of other wrestlers ahead of him
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