ArcaneKnight Posted February 2, 2010 Report Share Posted February 2, 2010 The answer to the biggest question in MMA, will be answered in Strikeforce. No, Brock will not go to Strikeforce to fight Fedor. Matter of fact, they don't even need to fight eachother for this question to be answered. Strikeforce is going to answer that question for everyone, and put the debate to rest once and for all. The answer to this question lies with Bobby Lashley. He is an exact carbon copy of Brock Lesnar. They both have 5 fights, except Bobby Lashley is undefeated, which further proves that this fight will determine who would win between them. Lashley has the better record, better record = better fighter. I'm not saying by a large margin, but you can't dispute the numbers, he's undefeated, Brock is not, simple as that. Brock's biggest win is against Frank Mir, it's also his only loss. Bobby Lashley just smashed Wes Sims, who DESTROYED a PRIME Frank Mir. The unified rules saved him from taking the L on his record, but I judged that fight by Pride criteria, those stomps were legal, and the ref didn't jump in to stop it because they were illegal moves, he stopped it because Frank Mir was clearly out, and could no longer continue. Wes Sims won that fight, but his victory was shortlived. The athletic commissions board of directors threw the rule book at him, a book that they edited from the time the fight was stopped, to just shortly before Bruce Buffer entered the cage to declare the winner. So if Frank Mir beat Brock Lesnar, and Frank Mir got his head kicked in by Wes Sims, who just got his face punched out by Bobby Lashley, then Lashley vs. Fedor is MMA's true HW superfight. I've done my calculations, subtracted and carried the 2 when I had to, so now I've got it all figured out. Bobby Lashley holds the answer to the biggest question in MMA. Brock and Bobby both have 5 fights, both were collegiate wrestlers, both have professional wrestling backgrounds, they are both the same height, both of them have the same initials, BL. The only difference is that one is white, and one is black. They are basically the same fighter, so the outcome would be the same. So when this match up happens in Strikeforce, it'll put the Fedor vs Brock debate to an end.. We will have our answer, so there really won't be a point to see the same fight again. I know that's the main fight people want to see Fedor sign to the UFC for. But I just don't see the 2 sides reaching an agreement. At this point, there is really no point for Fedor to sign to the UFC, he can beat a better version of Brock in Strikeforce. It's like a fighter beating GSP(Bobby Lashley), it's obvious they'd easily beat Josh Koscheck(Brock Lesnar). It would go without saying, if Fedor can beat Lashley, then it's obvious he would rip Brock apart. So at that point, all hype for a Brock/Fedor fight would be dead. Why would people want to see a fight they already know the outcome to? Exactly, they wouldn't. So all you people acting like the world is going to end if Fedor doesn't ever sign with the UFC, just stop. This fight will happen. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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