Brock Lesnar: Tale of the Tape in UFC 121 Bout Vs. Cain Velasquez
Let's take a quick look at some fighting details surrounding Brock Lesnar and Cain Velasquez, from size to age to reach, with stats being provided by bloodyelbow.com.
Brock Lesnar (5-1)
History: Last three fights ended in round 2
Championship Fights: 3-0 all-time record
Background: Two-time All-American wrestler at the University of Minnesota (1999, 2000); 2000 National Champion in wrestling; 1999 NCAA Runner-Up in wrestling; 1998 Junior College National Champion.
Cain Velasquez (8-0)
History: 87.5 percent knockout rate (seven out of eight)
Championship Fights: 1-0 against current or former champions
Background: Two-time All-American wrestler at Arizona State (2005, 2006); 2005 Pac-10 Conference Wrestler of the Year; 2002 Junior College National Champion in wrestling; Jiu-Jitsu purple belt under Dave Camarillo.
There you have it.
The simple stats, measurements, and history leading into tonight's highly anticipated UFC Heavyweight Championship bout.
But tonight's winner will take home the title based on a lot more than just statistics and historical success.
Tonight's bout will come down to who wants the championship more, and it's hard to say who that might be.
Everyone is weighing in on how it will break down; what's your call on the Lesnar vs. Velasquez fight?
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