Thread: Brock Lesnar in the UFC?
5/05/2008 3:29pm, #31Originally Posted by 3moose1
5/05/2008 4:07pm, #32
The OP's an asshole.
Now that I've got that out of the way, I've got something on my mind that I think needs to be asked: If Lesnar were to lose to Coleman, how would that affect them? In my opinion, it looks like they're just feeding Coleman to Lesnar to pump his status up ("OMG, look Lesnaar beat hall-of-famer, lololol, cock-in-your-mouth"). How badly would it hurt Lesnar, and where would Coleman go from there after he beat him?
If it does happen, I'd guess that the UFC people would just chalk Lesnar's lose up to Coleman being a hall-of-famer. Then they would put Lesnar in another main event against some bum.
As for Coleman, I think he has a chance. Lesnar essentially seems to be a younger and stronger version of him, but Coleman's experience could come into play in all this. Dan Severn, in recent years, has fought and beat guys who have, in recent years, fought in the UFC. Never underestimate a crafty old man.
5/05/2008 5:49pm, #33
Originally Posted by E-Van
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Unless he has amazing cardio, he's dead even in the second.
But still, look at the guy, he hits like a ton of fucking bricks, and grappling him would probably be like trying to grapple a gorilla...
Apparently he has -5 to leg locks, though.
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Originally Posted by Cy Q. Faunce
5/05/2008 5:53pm, #34
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Severn is better than Coleman at being old.
5/05/2008 6:00pm, #35
5/05/2008 6:36pm, #36
No matter what happens with Lesnar, MMA fans will think one thing.. WWE fans will think the other.
My money is on Coleman.
5/06/2008 1:18pm, #37Originally Posted by E-Van
5/06/2008 1:31pm, #38
I wouldn't bet against Brock's cardio. Wrestlers, no matter how big, generally have ungodly cardio, and WWE style pro wrestling, for all of it's faults, does require a high degree of athleticism and the ability to throw another grown man about for upwards of half an hour. I don't expect to see Lesnar's cardio taxed in a 3 rounder.
5/06/2008 1:35pm, #39Originally Posted by Holy Moment
5/06/2008 1:35pm, #40
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Wait a sec, Brock is in the UFC?