Brock Lesnar is the best heavyweight fighter of all time, that’s right sports fans.
Lesnar, the collegiate wrestler, the WWE superstar, the hall of fame football player has graced the MMA world with his presence.
Without a doubt, if you ask most experts they will say that Brock is by far the best heavyweight in MMA to ever step into the cage, or ring for that matter.
Not only does Brock hold the UFC Heavyweight Championship, after defeating Frank Mir by TKO, but he also hold an impressive record of four wins and only one loss.
Never has such a record graced the MMA world like this before.
Lesnar may have to cut weight just to make the 265 heavyweight requirement, but he is one of the most agile fighters in the sport. His Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is only compared with the greats such as Royce Gracie and BJ Penn.
His stand-up could only really be compared to fighters like Chuck Liddell, where he just throws bricks and has fighters scared to stand with him. His leg kicks are pale in comparison to some heavyweights, such as Mirko Filipovic though.
The problem when fighting someone like Lesnar isn’t what you think it is.
It’s not his size, it’s his elusiveness.
He is the Lyoto Machida or the Anderson Silva of the heavyweight division, so light on his feet and just too hard to hit due to the strange angles he attacks from.
However, with all these skills you would think Brock Lesnar must think pretty highly of himself.
Well you are wrong.
Brock is one of the most humble and polite individuals on the planet. He really is just like a big teddy bear. He never says harsh words about anyone and never raises his voice or spits all over cameras.
Brock is the perfect ambassador for not only the UFC but the entire sport of MMA. Not only will he go down in history as the best heavyweight of all time, he very well could be the fighter of all time.