Published: Mon, July 09, 2018
Life&Culture | By Jesus Walton

Brock Lesnar Reappears in UFC After Getting Called Out

Brock Lesnar Reappears in UFC After Getting Called Out

Lesnar came out to witness first hand the fight for the UFC heavyweight title between Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic. "His gut told him Stipe was going to win because he felt Cormier put too much weight on for this fight and that was going to affect him, but it didn't". "I never thought I would fight him, but Brock Lesnar, get your ass in here".

"Push me now, (and) you're going to sleep later", Cormier yelled at Lesnar.

"DC, I'm coming for you motherf-ker", Lesnar said in the cage before throwing the mic into the camera. Lesnar made his presence known at UFC 226 on July 7 in Las Vegas, and was shown onscreen before the big event.

During his post-fight interview with Joe Rogan, Cormier called out Lesnar, who was present for the event.

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With the knockout win, Cormier became the second-ever UFC simultaneous two-division champion.

WrestleZone encourages readers to keep the UFC 226 discussion going in the comment section below or via Sherdog's forums. UFC President Dana White has gone on record by saying that the plan is to make this fight happen but did not give an official date for it to happen.

MMAjunkie odds consultant Joey Oddessa said he planned to open "The Oddessa Line" at -200 for Cormier and +180 for Lesnar. Lesnar can't stand and trade with Cormier, whose boxing skills are Mayweather-esque by comparison, and he's not going to outwrestle an Olympian. For the fourth consecutive year, the weekend's pay-per-view card lost a major fight when featherweight champion Max Holloway was ruled out of his title defence with Brian Ortega due to symptoms of an apparent concussion. That could mean a title defense of his 205-pound belt before facing Lesnar for the heavyweight championship. He reddened Miocic's face with punches, and the finishing sequence was reminiscent of combinations he threw the last time he fought at heavyweight, in 2013. I don't know where they are in the process.

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