Frank Mir wants to end Brock Lesnar’s career

Looking at Brock Lesnar you can only wonder if his body was assembled using bits and pieces of lesser MMA fighters to form one genetic Frankenstein. Being a victim of Lesnar’s ground and pound must be the same feeling you felt when your idiot friend tripped over the cord of your NES controller and yanked everything out of the socket just as you were about to finish off Dr. Wiley in Mega Man 2 (don’t act like that hasnt happened to you). Scientists should create an alternative energy car that is powered entirely by the force of Brock Lesnar’s ground and pound. It would run forever and whenever someone cuts you off, just open up your fuel tank for a little bit. Future archaeologists are going to find the skeletons of UFC contenders and determine exactly how they were KOd by Lesnar based on trauma to their skull.

Frank Mir wants to take Brock Lesnar’s career and forcefully urinate on it. Dude actually wants to end Lesnar’s career and he told Fighters Only Magazine exactly why he wants to do it:

To end Brock Lesnar’s career…Really, it’s what I think about all the time. Brock Lesnar exploited a huge weakness in my game and no matter who I crush after this, I have to crush him to show I’ve improved that weakness.

“It’s nothing about how he talked to me in my last fight, I could care less about it. If I took it that personal there are other ways to handle situation like that outside of a cage, but honestly I just want to fix what was exploited…If you’re a true martial artist you don’t do it for money or titles, just to be the best human being possible, and if someone exploits a weakness, who better to see if you’ve fixed it than the guy who exploited it.

Handling it outside the cage? We all remember what happened on Pepe beach with Ryan Gracie and Wallid Ismail and that situation just turned…hilarious. [Source]

Published on November 10, 2009 at 2:05 pm
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