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Report: Brock Lesnar booked for November UFC card

By Zach Arnold | August 21, 2008

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In a report today in the Pioneer Press:

Former Gophers wrestler Brock Lesnar, who is 2-1 as a mixed martial arts fighter, found out this week that Ultimate Fighting Championship would like him to compete next on a November card, but his opponent and site remain undetermined.

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2 Responses to “Report: Brock Lesnar booked for November UFC card”

  1. Jeremy (not that Jeremy) says:

    Brock’s done an incredible job of shaking the “former WWE wrester Brock Lesnar” tag in such a short time.

    Even accounting for this being a miscellanea column in a “hometown” newspaper.

  2. Ivan Trembow says:

    His next opponent is likely to be Cheick Kongo, and stylistically, he’s likely to win easily, as is anyone against Kongo who has a good takedown game or a good submission game. If Carmelo Marrero’s takedown game was enough to overwhelm Kongo, I’m sure Lesnar’s will be, too.

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