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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Pancake Sprawl, Feb 12, 2018.
Well if a math teacher can do it
Brock Lesnar was a wrestler
National Collegiate Athletic Association
NCAA Division I All-American (1999, 2000)
NCAA Division I Heavyweight Champion (2000)
Big Ten Conference Champion (1999, 2000)
National Junior College Athletic Association
NJCAA All-American (1997, 1998)
NJCAA Heavyweight Champion (1998)
North Dakota State University Bison Tournament Champion (1997–1999)
Mitrione played in the NFL and now he is in Bellator
"The great Heavyweights are playing in those sports (NFL/NBA)" - Bob Arum
If the NFL and NBA didn't exist, the athletes of those sports would be dominating both MMA and Boxing.
Stipe Miocic is a guy who turned to MMA after falling short in Baseball. Now he is the UFC champion. Just some food for thought. MMA coaches can turn average joes into champions, they can certainly do the same with world class A level athletes.
Fat fucks always do have the biggest mouths and the most hollow words
Randy KOd 6.8” tim sylvia and had beates plenty of heavyweights before. In fact was coming off of wins from gonzaga and sylvia before losing to randy
Dont give me that fucking bs
yeah i dont think so fatass
It's hilarious that some folk around here don't think he has a chance because of his gut.
Had he been shredded, they would sing a different tune, Ford Escort and all that.
They really really need to get rid of the stupid ass 265+ cap. It makes no sense and it's dated. HW means the best fighter in the world and you can't claim that if there's someone good at 300 pounds and doesn't get a chance.
A-level athlete, drink it in boys.
Cardio for days
No weight issues, disciplined eater
6 weeks to pick up the fundamental techniques and we've got the GOAT right here.
You can't train for 10 hours in a day mate. It's impossible.
His A level ass would run out of his A level gas within the first minute or so of fighting. Its usually guys who have never been in a real fight against someone who can really fight who make these kind if statements.
Maybe so, but most of these nfl/nba types can hold on to their money long enough for it to matter anyway, lol
A-level athletes battling Jay Glazer in the clinch.
But of course there would be some gems from these sports if given the proper training, I just think it wouldn't necessarily be the star players.
It's hilarious when football players call out UFC fighters when they know damn well they're never going to fight.
B**ch move IMO!
I know this is stupid of me, but I'll bite.
Randy was 44 years old, had just come out of retirement and was severely undersized as a HW.
That aside, let's say you're right, Lesnar beat him because Randy is a "C level athelete" and Brock is "B level".
What does that make Cain and Overeem, who completely embarassed him?
You're right. He still only had 3 fights. It was a bad look for the UFC and I still don't care about the HW division because of it. I admit I like it more now, but not much.
Lesnar was a good amateur wrestler. Also he was A level. His numbers are really close to JJ Watts so he is a better athlete than even most NFL guys
Youre like the 3847747474th person to use that excuse. Its already been debunked