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    Askmen.com Brainstorms Lesnar's Nightmares

    http://www.askmen.com/top_10/sports/...illers_1p.html

    Top 10 Brock Lesnar Killers.

    Their article could've been made a little more usable if they had included weight information on these challengers, but it's a good brainstorming session.

    Sometimes I cry thinking about Lesnar emerging as some sort of sustainable dynasty, with win after win. This list gives me hope.

    They mention a couple re-matches, plus impossibilities like Fedor, but also some interesting up-and-comers. I'd be interested to see some counterpoints on the lattermost of those.
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    I think a Big Nog of olde (or non-staph, depends whether you take excuses or not) is tailor made to take out Brock: chin for miles and the best heavyweight jiu-jitsu to be found

    The other option is a striker with reach, and I think the most likely outcome of an Overeem fight involves Lesnar getting blasted in the first.

    Velasquez is too small, but Carwin has a good a chance as any to show how overrated an athelete Lesnar is.

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    Money on Carwin. Ape-factor ftw.

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    #11: Brock Lesnar by self-destruction.

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    Personally, I'd love to see a Nogueira/Lesnar match. We need to see Nog back in condition and contending with the top heavyweights out there again. I think he'd have a chance to show people that ridiculous jujitsu ability can overcome gigantism (something that Mir failed to do).

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    There are also rumors that Rogers has already knocked out Lesnar a couple of times during sparring, which gives a good indication of what hes capable of if the two meet in a real fight and if Rogers can keep the fight standing.
    wait... what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snake Plissken View Post
    #11: Brock Lesnar by self-destruction.
    Good point, a world title after 5 fights must have gone to his head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesperus View Post
    I think a Big Nog of olde (or non-staph, depends whether you take excuses or not) is tailor made to take out Brock: chin for miles and the best heavyweight jiu-jitsu to be found

    The other option is a striker with reach, and I think the most likely outcome of an Overeem fight involves Lesnar getting blasted in the first.

    Velasquez is too small, but Carwin has a good a chance as any to show how overrated an athelete Lesnar is.
    Surprised no one has suggested Semmy. He has the power, reach and know-how to hurt Lesnar.

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    I thought Fedor and Lesnar already fought to a technical draw.


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    Quote Originally Posted by War Wheel View Post
    Surprised no one has suggested Semmy. He has the power, reach and know-how to hurt Lesnar.
    Because Schilt gets taken down by a stiff breeze.

    They both fought Min Soo Kim, Lesnar took him down effortlessly and pounded him out, Schilt got taken down by him and won because the guy essentially lacks submission defence.

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