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  • 08-04-2006, 06:42 AM
    Masscore
    The more I think about it, the more I'm looking forward to Lesnar going into MMA, hopfully that will convince more top level Wrestlers to go into MMA. Show the MMA world what grappling is really about. I would love to see guys like Sanderson and Comrier jump into MMA. Even though it is doubtful since both are probably going to be going into the olympics.
  • 08-04-2006, 06:41 AM
    Anthony
    Quote Originally Posted by Yus Da Goose
    I wonder how tough that chin is when it comes to taking a solid hit.
    Check out that botched shooting star press he did. He landed right on his head and it didnt even bother him.
  • 08-04-2006, 06:25 AM
    matto
    he will put tito, matts and randys, slams to shame, he is a better wrestler then they r and way stronger. too bad slaming somebody on their head is illigal, because if he could he would waste everybody, nobody could get slammed on their head by him and not get ko'ed.
  • 08-04-2006, 03:18 AM
    WorldsMostDangerousMan
    Give Lesnar a year or so of training in Submission and striking and he will be good...
  • 08-04-2006, 01:05 AM
    Yus Da Goose
    Hopefully Brock can convert to MMA in a decent and timely fashion. His amateur wrestling will help a lot along with his power, and I'm sure his stamina is pretty good. It's his striking ability and submissions that will need a lot of work, and I wonder how tough that chin is when it comes to taking a solid hit. His first fight will really be interesting, either way his presence is good for the sport.
  • 08-03-2006, 10:50 PM
    dagreat1
    Quote Originally Posted by UFCfanatic
    Miletich has already said in a year or two Brock will be unbeatable. All the rumors I've read though seem to have him going to K1 though instead of UFC or Pride. And all, don't think that he wouldn't be able to make weight for UFC. Remember, Dana has already offered Lesnar a contract.

    Yes you are correct, that was the first place I had heard he was going, certainly a wise choice, UFC would be horrid for him unless Dana White turns in to a respectable man and pony's up some fuggin cash for these star athletes.

    Until then, all they will have is Chuck, Tito, Babalu Hughes and GSP and Chuck will not be around too much loner due to age (did not inlcude Franklin, he needs to fight Anderson and then I will respect his status a bit more if he is able to win). NO top HW's and even if Vera becomes one, he would not be able to overcome Pride's Top HW's, he really should drop to LHW. Maybe he wants to do what Randy did and get the HW belt, then drop to LHW and get that belt as well and I must say, this is one of the easiest times ever to do that (obviously not the LHW but certainly the HW division is wide open).
  • 08-03-2006, 10:29 PM
    matto
    very excited to see how he converts to mma, he used to be my favorite wwe wrestler, everybody knows how good he is at wrestling, and there wont be many that will be able to out wrestle him or overpower him since he is so stronge. and if seen how he trains, he trains himself very hard and hope he converts to mma good, cant wait to see him fight.
  • 08-03-2006, 10:08 PM
    UFCfanatic
    Miletich has already said in a year or two Brock will be unbeatable. All the rumors I've read though seem to have him going to K1 though instead of UFC or Pride. And all, don't think that he wouldn't be able to make weight for UFC. Remember, Dana has already offered Lesnar a contract.
  • 08-03-2006, 09:37 PM
    jgjets1980
    being a big fan of wwe at the time Brock was there i am definitley psyced to see him in MMA. i really think with proper training he will be a major player in MMA. i would love to see him take on a few fights with lower level fighters at first. he would need to get used to being in a real fight and he would need to get the butterflies out before he stepped it up in competition. we will see, however i am very excited to see where this goes.
  • 08-03-2006, 09:25 PM
    Masscore
    I've been saying this for a while, but it Lesnar properly cross-trains and prepares the sky is the limit. As of right now it looks like he is. The guy is a freak of nature and is insanely strong. He would probably be hands down the strongest HWT around. He has great cardio and a strong wrestling background. He would fit right in, in the UFC due to the fact it is a pretty weak HWT divison and his strenght alone would be good enough for him to get through a few fights. I can see his career being kind of like Matt Hughes, just a strong wrestler early on and then finaly develpoing into an all around MMA fighter.

    BTW, if Vera thought Aurresiro Silva was strong he wouldnt know what to do when a guy like Lesnar bear hugs him against the Cage.
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