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Old 09-12-2012, 07:13 PM   #32
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Default Re: Paul Heyman backs Brock Lesnar as UFC Hall of Famer

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Originally Posted by Ne5ville14 View Post
Its doesn't mean **** Yaca, because there wern't in the WWE before and they didn't brought over million of ignorant fan that stopped watching MMA as soon there idol, some kind of viking monster that has a **** tatooed on his chest, got destroyed.

There wern't given title shot based only on there popularity and didn't had the chance the fight for the title in one of the weakest HW divsion ever...so they don't deserve to in the UFC all of FAME. Those guy ****in suck and don't deserve any recognition whatsoever. The only thing that is important right now is the post BBF era of the UFC

It's not like putting all those thing into context mean anything or matter in the least...

It's not like all the Lesnar fan base is still following MMA anyway....



But what the hell...Brock Lesnar is a legend of MMA, he wasn't helped at all by the UFC machine and he deserve all the credit he can get. FFS if there is an MMA Hall of Fame one day he should be the first one to get into it.

He got 2 of the highest rated PPV ever.

Manage to defend the title twice

Was the most hyped *****es of them all

He was the biggest baddest man on the planet for....3 month and 20 days until....




wich wasn't really far from....



So, yeah.....

LESNAR/COUTURE 2016 4sure *****es !!!
Put up an actual argument instead of just crying like a ***** about how you don't like the guy.

You want to talk about context?

Brock is the most high-profile guy to ever compete in the sport of professional MMA.

Ever.

By FAR.

Not just the most high-profile major-org champion with multiple title defences. He's the most high-profile athlete ever to compete in the sport, full stop.

He took the title belt from a fellow HOFer, and defended it successfully against another former champion and then again against an undefeated interim champion. All of these victories were stoppages. Much as you hate it, that's a very successful career results-wise. And Brock was no can crusher. He fought the top dogs of the division.

You want more context?

Brock was half dead from a life-threatening illness for most of his career, and still won the title and defended it multiple times. His losses to Cain and Overeem came when he was physically shot.

But that's neither here nor there. All you need to know when considering the question is, Brock was a decorated champion with multiple title defences, and nobody else has ever caused more people to give a **** about an MMA event.

He's a first-ballot UFC HOFer, no questions asked. Can't even make a realistic argument for why he shouldn't be in there. Which is why the arguments against him in this thread are nothing but crying and hating.

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