Former UFC Champion Frank Mir was blunt and too the point when talking about Brock Lesnar this past week as he stated that he wants to see Brock Lesnar die in the cage and hates him as a person. Check it out:<br><br>"A lot of individuals are so worried about being politically correct. I'd rather go ahead and say what's on my mind than to sit there and come up with some PC 'Oh, the guy is a great fighter and I have a lot of respect for him.' If I don't mean it, why is it even coming out of my mouth? … I want to fight Lesnar. I hate who he is as a person. I want to break his neck in the ring. I want him to be the first person that dies due to Octagon-related injuries. That's what's going through my mind."<br><br>"He doesn't like me and I can guarantee, you talk to anybody in my family, it's a legitimate hate," Mir said of Lesnar. "His very being bugs me just because I've seen a lot of children out there who look to athletes and martial artists as role models, and it just makes me cringe. I sit there and go, 'Man, I lost to this guy the second time around and now people think that's the way to be — be big, obnoxious and angry.' That's not right. We have anger toward each other. Everything I stand for he despises and dislikes, and I can tell you I truly do not like him as a person whatsoever."<br><br>"Forty pounds among skilled athletes matters," Mir said. "A big guy as skilled as Lesnar, especially with his wrestling, is a whole different scenario. I don't know if I'll ever be as strong as Brock Lesnar — he seems to have pretty good genetics in that category — but I think I can close the gap."<br><br>Straight to the point words from Frank Mir but one has to wonder if this might be taking it too far considering the reputation the UFC and MMA in general has with the main stream audience. It also begs the question, does Mir need to get over Brock Lesnar? He has no small task in front of him at UFC 111 in Shane Carwin and overlooking him could send Mir way down the heavyweight ladder.<br><br> Props to MMAFighting.com for the quote.