Brock Lesnar will take on Randy Couture at UFC 91 on Nov. 15 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV.
November 2, 2008 at 4:12 pm
Alot of people keep sayin that Randy will pull it off like he has before but sooner or later time will catch up with him where he'll no longer be able to overcome such obstacles. Brock has all the potential in the world to be a great MMA fighter. After several years go by who knows, he might beat Fedor or be the next Fedor where no1 can beat him. He's still young in age and really young in the sport but look what's he's done against who already. No1 else could come into MMA an succeed at the level he has. A pro boxer couldn't come into MMA and do what he's done as soon.
November 2, 2008 at 9:58 pm
Lesnar makes a good point. He seems to catch a good amount of shit for getting a title shot as his third UFS fight ever, but it was offered to him. If he turned it down, he just would have caught more shit for that. And you are right Oswald, everyone has their time. I HOPE now isn't his yet, I kind of want him to beat Lesnar, but I'm just not sure thats going to happen.
November 3, 2008 at 1:47 am
It most likely will not happen…the odds this time are too much for Randy to overcome unless Lesnar makes another rookie mistake but i dont see that happening.
November 3, 2008 at 4:20 am
IF randy can survive the first round then I think the fight will get very interesting. Anything can happen. But I also see Lesnar becoming eventually the no1 heavyweight in the world. This is a win win for Lesnar. If he loses then he just lost to Randy who is a legend. But if he wins then he just beat the champ. No one can blame him for taking this fight.
November 3, 2008 at 7:50 am
I dont blame him one bit for accepting te title shot.
It isn't his fault that Zuffa made the match.
It doesn't however, change the fact that I will never
EVER like him.
He's so smug and arrogant it makes me want to throw up.
November 3, 2008 at 8:10 am
I agree but the fact remains he had a point to prove with Herring and i dont disagree with him at all for his antics he was overwelmed and excited and finally showcased who he is and well sure he may be arrogant but i think you will see a better side of him as he gets used to winning in the UFC..not to mention he has a right to be arrogant…look at the man there are not too many people out there who wouldnt be afraid or at least second guessing a fight with him hell Herring did it. i am not sticking up for his antics as i dont agree with how he reacted at the end of the herring fight but if it continues then no i wont agree with it but i will still like the man for his abilities.
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