Former UFC 265-Pound King Frank Mir Slams WWE Haters, Claims Bruce Lee Didn\u2019t Take Part In Real Fights After ending his UFC career in July 2017, Frank Mir competed in Bellator MMA, where he earned the score of 0-2, with losses to Fedor Emelianenko and Javy Ayala. The former UFC Heavyweight champion is set for WWE debut on Thursday, April 4th, under Josh Barnett\u2019s \u201cBloodsport\u201d banner. But most of the combat sports fans are furious because of Mir\u2019s decision to take part in \u201cfake fights\u201d. Frank Mir silenced WWE trolls with a hilarious response. The former UFC Heavyweight champion emphasizes Bruce Lee\u2019s fights were staged too! Mir adds a pro wrestler can also suffer a serious injury. (h\/t MMAMania) \u201cI hate when they\u2019re like, \u2018Oh, it\u2019s fake,\u2019\u201d FRANK Mir told MMA Fighting. \u201cOkay, hold on a second. You sit there and clamor about Bruce Lee. You know Bruce Lee didn\u2019t do any real fights, right? That was all choreographed. But there was still danger. Guys still went to the hospital. Same thing. I\u2019ve watched guys in pro wrestling actually die. It\u2019s very dangerous. It\u2019s very injury heavy. So anytime somebody says \u2018that\u2019s fake,\u2019 I always laugh. That\u2019s laughable. You couldn\u2019t even begin to do what they\u2019re doing. Extremely strenuous, on the fly, working with another human component, while there\u2019s a crowd watching.\u201d Frank Mir (18-13 MMA, 16-11 UFC) also took part in two fights versus the former UFC 265-pound title holder and the current WWE Universal champion Brock Lesnar. In their first match, Mir defeated \u201cThe Conqueror\u201d at UFC 81 on February 2, 2008, via kneebar. Lesnar avenged the loss at UFC 100 on July 11, 2009, where he earned a second-round TKO win. It seems Mir is still interested in the third match against Brock, even in the squared ring. \u201cI\u2019m not opposed to it, man,\u201d Mir said. \u201cI actually like it. I always wanted a third one. And however, wherever it could take place.\u201d Do you agree with Frank Mir\u2019s comments?