Brock Lesnar was never a scrub, and shame on you for even suggesting it after his loss to Alistair Overeem at UFC 141. Let’s not forget Lesnar provided the second greatest beatdown that anyone has ever seen in MMA history when he shoved his oversized toaster-hands into Frank Mir’s face an innumerable amount of times at UFC 100. It was the most dominant, legal mauling I’ve seen since that dude from The Golden Child crushed that little Pepsi can dude. That was unnecessary. I’m sincerely happy you died later on in the movie ‘Pepsi can dancing dude’ crusher.
Actually, Brock Lesnar’s win over Frank Mir at UFC 100 is second only to the beating Fedor Emelianenko put on Heath Herring at Pride 23. After Fedor connected the first overhand right, Heath Hearing goes into ’emergency survival’ mode for the remainder of the round. It’s sheer brutality against a seemingly defenseless man. Go watch that fight if you feel like being depressed for the rest of the day.
In the media scrum leading up to UFC on Fuel TV: Struve vs. Miocic, Dana White stated that even though Brock Lesnar is not under contract with the UFC, he has no problem bring the former UFC heavyweight champion back in the cage.