Brock Lesnar may have lost the UFC Heavyweight Title last year against Cain Velasquez but he did not lose his appeal or luster as he will be the coaching on the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter against Junior Dos Santos and talked about the season and his plan to regain the heavyweight title in the future:
“This is who I am, this is who I’ve been my whole life and I finally found myself [in fighting], I was an amateur wrestler, then I was a professional wrestler and then I tried out to be a professional football player. I’m a professional ultimate fighter.”
“A lot of these kids they’re here because they want a better life,” Lesnar said. “They want to provide a better living for their family. They want to be a fighter, just like me. We’ve got six, seven weeks with these kids to try to get them to execute and win fights, and they’re not all going to win, that’s the beauty of it.”
“My guys and myself are committed to these young fighters. We want to do whatever we can to polish these guys up, get them in the Octagon and beat Team Dos Santos.”
“I just suffered a huge loss; that’s fighting,” he said. “That’s the name of the game, that’s the world. As the world turns, people win, people lose; get your ass back on the saddle and ride into town again.”
“This guy’s in my way, and that’s the only thing I give a s*** about. He’s in my way to get my title back. I was, and I will be again, the UFC Heavyweight Champion of the World.”
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