Yeah, I know you're all thinking that Lesnar pales in comparison to me. You're right. I'd crush him.
For the big 100, I figured I'd do a little mind recap from UFC 100, and what's ahead after the momentous occasion.
First things first, let me straighten the picture out. The picture I have of myself was my first here on B/R, so that's why I picked that picture. I happened to run across a picture of Brock Lesnar, and I thought...hmmm, how fitting.
So, lets get right to it. I'll keep it short and simple, and right to the point.
UFC 100 was okay. By okay, I mean the fights were decent, and exciting for the majority of the time. I thought I could've done without the Brock spit, and the sponsor bashing, but aside from that, it had some decent fights. Props to Belcher/Akiyama for a decent fight.
From here where do we go? To UFC 101 of course!
We have, in my opinion, a better card than UFC 100 with the Lightweight division on display at UFC 101, with Kenny Florian trying to take the Lightweight championship belt away from BJ Penn. As a co-main event, we have nearly a super-fight, with Anderson Silva versus Forrest Griffin. I myself am going to the event, and if Florian/Penn wasn't on the card, this would for sure be the most interesting matchup of the night for me.
Well, WEC 42 should be decent with Torres/Bowles and Mizugaki/Curran, and then I'm personally pumped to see Carano/Santos in mid-August.
UFC 102 showcases the return of "The Natural" Randy Couture versus Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, and Nate Marquardt versus Demian Maia to determine the true No. 1 contender for Anderson Silva's title (in my opinion of course).
UFC 103 will determine the next fighter to step in line versus Georges St. Pierre when Mike Swick takes on Martin Kampmann. Then UFC 104 should make for an intriguing October when Mauricio "Shogun" Rua takes on Lyoto Machida, and Shane Carwin versus Cain Velasquez likely determines the next contender at heavyweight.
Whew. Thought it was going to be short. Sorry to all. Hope you enjoyed.
And that's No. 100.