Watch Brock Lesnar’s TKO win over Frank Mir at UFC 100 throughout the Mixed Martial Arts coronavirus hiatus thanks to UFC Totally Free Battles on YouTube.
Today simply keeps improving, specifically if you’re a hardcore Mixed Martial Arts fan. For a restricted time, you can watch Brock Lesnar vs. Frank Mir in their 2009 rematch at UFC 100, thanks to the UFC’s Free Battle series on their official YouTube channel.
Lesnar got in the UFC in 2008 with just one battle to his Mixed Martial Arts resume, which was unusual at the time. Lesnar had an effective stint in the WWE and wished to attempt his hand at a brand-new sport. His first test in the No. 1 Mixed Martial Arts promo– you thought it– former heavyweight champ– Frank Mir.
Lesnar’s debut would not last long, losing by means of kneebar at 1: 30 of round one, in spite of early success. His next bout would remain in his home town of Minneapolis, MN, where he beat PRIDE and UFC veteran, Heath Herring at UFC87 The win moved Lesnar to a title shot.
Lesnar ultimately ended up being UFC heavyweight champ, distressing former two-time champ Randy Couture at UFC 91.
After an effective first title defense, Lesnar’s profession would deviate for the worst. The greatest UFC fighter, actually, would experience diverticulitis, a condition within the colon that, for a stretch of 6-8 months, was lethal.
Lesnar went back to the UFC in July of2010 His first battle given that his revenge-seeking win over Mir would match him versus the then-interim heavyweight champ, Shane Carwin. Lesnar won the battle by means of arm triangle at 2: 19 of the second round after nearly getting completed in thefirst With the win, Lesnar made the title of indisputable heavyweight champ.
His next bout would see him lose his title to Cain Velasquez at UFC121 Velasquez ended up being the first- ever Mexican-American heavyweight champ and started a title run of his own.
Lesnar stayed on the sidelines up until completion of2011 After a first-round KO loss to PRIDE veteran, Alistar Overeem, the most scary figure in Mixed Martial Arts hung up his gloves.
He would make a quick return in 2016 for a UFC 200 bout versus Mark Hunt, just to have a decision win be reversed to a no-contest after it was figured out Lesnar stopped working a post- battle USADA drug test.
Today, Lesnar stays active in the WWE, and Mir defend Bellator Mixed Martial Arts.
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