Brock Lesnar Calls Out UFC Heavyweight Champion

Brock Lesnar Calls Out UFC Heavyweight Champion

Brock Lesnar Calls Out UFC Heavyweight Champion

This comes shortly after Lesnar's shock UFC return at UFC 226 where he nearly sparked a brawl with new UFC Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier.

Former UFC heavyweight champion and WWE superstar Brock Lesnar was in attendance at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to watch Miocic and Cormier do battle for the belt at UFC 226.

Stipe Miocic (18-3 MMA, 12-3 UFC) had his UFC heavyweight title reign come to a screeching halt courtesy of Daniel Cormier (21-1 MMA, 10-1 UFC) and his right hand, because "DC" scored a first-round knockout to claim the gold in the event headliner. Right when he got to my seat to the side, he was acting like a lunatic.

Brock Lesnar was in attendance, and Cormier called the former champ into the cage, who proceeded to push "DC".

Lesnar came out of a almost five-year retirement to face Mark Hunt at UFC 200 in Las Vegas. Lesnar is now contracted with the WWE, but his contract runs out in August. As D.C. talked to Joe Rogan, Cormier challenged Lesnar to step into the Octagon, telling him, "Get your ass in here!" "Your day is in the past; 2010 is like the stone age". But if Lesnar did make it back into the pool in time for the fight to happen in 2018, you can already bet on who will win the proposed fight. "When you've got a guy like Brock Lesnar and you don't go insane on him?"

Since the loss in his second fight with Jones was overturned, Cormier's only official setback was in the pair's first meeting.

"[He's] one of the best of all time", White said of Cormier. "[Francis] Ngannou is a piece of s--". So I'll do fake fighting with you until I put my fist upside your face. And now that he's promoting a fight in the UFC, fans are wondering when they might see the Beast Incarnate in a WWE ring again.

As Lesnar left, Cormier had one final thing to say as his family gathered in the center of the Octagon. Lesnar hasn't fought since beating Mark Hunt at UFC 200 and failing a doping test in 2016. "I don't know the specifics but he's good". I approach them all the same.

UFC boss White admitted he could not match Cormier and Lesnar until 2019. Anthony Pettis was back to his old, impressive self at UFC 226.

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