Brock Lesnar....is he un-beatable?

United States
May 22, 2009 7:36am CST
Once he gets fully trained, is he nearly un-beatable? I just feel like there is no other heavywieght out there that can deal with his size, speed, strength and agility. He is an incredibly quick and agile person for how big he is. He has won some impressive victories, and suffered a loss that he really won the fight, but got caught sleeping and put in an ankle lock. What do you think?
6 responses
@killer04 (282)
• Australia
27 Aug 09
I wouldn't say that Brock Lesnar is un-beatable. I agree he is a really good fighter. He is really fast for his size plus he is very strong and can take hits. His amateur wrestling background certainly does play in his favor. I still think that he needs a lot of training to be able to fight the more experienced guys. I am sure with time he will get much better and put on really good fights. To be honest I would quite like to see him fight against Kimbo Slice. That would really be an interesting match and I am sure that a lot of people would like to see that happen.
@erikmama (12929)
• United States
3 Aug 09
He is a great fighter, but in my opinion, there is always someone out there who is a better fighter, stronger, faster, etc. so I believe that everyone has their match!
@b1zarr0 (69)
• United States
20 Jul 09
Kimbo Slice is going to be the guy to dethrone Brock Lesnar.
@hemipwrd (39)
• United States
17 Jul 09
Brock is just an animal, and when you put a human in a cage against an animal he's going to get ripped apart. I always hear people talking about well this guy can match size with Brock and this guy is as strong as Brock. Well the hardest thing to get around with Brock is not size or strength, it's his athleticism that makes him so dangerous. The only way someone can beat him is by catching him in a submission like Mir did. I really don't think Fedor will beat him unless he can submit him.
@wergild (189)
• Philippines
17 Jul 09
Brock is one specimen that definitely has the goods to stay as the top dog. With his amateur wrestling background and MMA training, he is definitely the meanset and the baddest and the yard right now. You've seen him demolish Couture and Herring and now he is the champion on the heavy weight division. Is he beatable? Wel'' I've seen some holes in his game. He may be strong and athletic but his skills still needs polishing. Most of the time he takes down his opponents,smothers them with his weight and pounds them to submission. But I have yet too see him fight standing up. In a fist fight, Tim Sylvia will knock his senses out and Arlovski will punch his teeth out. Against Fedor? Fedor will destroy him. The best he can do is get the fight to the ground but I just can't imagine him going to the ground with Antonio Noguiera.
• United States
8 Jun 09
hahaha someone asked me this about 2 days ago and In my opinion yes I think he can be beat. He already lost to Frank Mir, but thats when he didn't have enough training. But if he wants a real fight, he should fight Brett "The Grim" Rogers or Fedor Emelianenko because I think the Brett Rogers match would be good but he would lose to Fedor. Brock is a good fighter but he will not beat an experienced fighter like Fedor