Brock Lesnar Returns To The UFC To Slam His Ham-Handed Fists Into Mark Hunt At UFC 200


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A little over a month ago, Michael Bisping didn’t have a title shot to speak of, and Brock Lesnar was a retired MMA fighter. Now, at UFC 200, Michael Bisping is the middleweight champ and Brock Lesnar is back in the UFC, facing one of the scariest strikers in MMA history in Mark Hunt. So how did the fight go? Short answer: it was a Brock fight, and he pounded Mark Hunt on the ground for the majority of the fight, but certainly didn’t look like the monster he was in his prime. Still — impressive.

#UFC200 on Twitter

“WHAT A SLAM by @BrockLesnar! #UFC200”

The Lucha Shooter on Twitter

That’s mind blowinghttps://twitter.com/TheHolyHEEL/status/751998716551237632 …

Both men respected each other early, with Brock even throwing some leg kicks, but it was only a matter of time until Brock worked the takedowns, and he did just that. He looked powerful as he swarmed over Hunt with some brutal ground and pound in the first round, but Brock slowed down into the second. Hunt started finding his timing in that round, but couldn’t hit Brock with anything. It, in essence, became a less eventful Anderson/Cormier fight.

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Round 3 was more of the same, with Brock throwing his ham-handed fists at the head of Hunt as he laid draped over the Super Samoan. It was impressive after a five-year layoff, but wasn’t impressive in terms of his legacy.

Josh Barnett on Twitter

Brock shows good resolve & patience. Wins 29-28 solidly. Needs a lot of work on basic submissions though. Top & double wristlocks everywhere

So what now? If this is Brock’s one-off fight, it wasn’t that interesting, and he certainly beat up Hunt, but where does Brock go from here? According to Brock, he doesn’t know. He told Joe Rogan he wanted to take it one day at a time, then called for peace in America in these tough times.

From one white boy to all nationalities, we gotta stand together.

Ryan McKinnell on Twitter

“It took me a little while to acclimated. Words can’t describe it. Thank you everybody. Thank you so much.” – Lesnar #UFC200

The one thing we do know: the next time we see Brock Lesnar compete, it will be for a different promotion. As we were reminded several times before he went into the octagon tonight, he will take on Randy Orton at SummerSlam.

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