"What Cain did is what great fighters do, they learn from what they can study. How would have my fight turned out if I had let Brock stand and knock him down again and again? It really doesn't matter about what happened last night or in July the only thing that matters is what is to be ... Those of you writing Brock off don't. The man walked into the UFC at the top level (who does that?) and won and defended the UFC HWT Belt. He took a beating from me and came back and found a way to win, he nearly lost his life and he came back and found a way to win, he is 4-2 in MMA and some of the wins are UFC title DEFENSES ... He is a real champion, a real warrior and as long as he keeps training and learning MMA he will continue to be a force. Every great champion will lose the great ones rise again and it would not surprise me to see Brock defending a title again one day. Win or lose he should be respected for being the warrior he is ... The UFC HWT division has an amazing crop of fighters right now with four worthy title holders (Cain, Brock, JDS and myself) and a lot of amazing talent knocking on door to get their name on the list for a title shot... This is going to be the era of the UFC HWTS and I am here to make a impact."
Former UFC Heavyweight number one contender Shane Carwin doesn't believe we've seen the last of Brock Lesnar as a major force int he UFC heavyweight division after coughing up his strap to undefeated Cain Velasquez at UFC 121 last Saturday night (Oct. 23) in Anaheim. "The Engineer" was almost the man to do it, until his body betrayed him in the second round, leaving him vulnerable to a Lesnar submission that sent him to the back of the line. Carwin still wants to be a force in this division -- will he be able to overcome the prodigious girth of Roy Nelson in 2011? And what fight awaits him if he does?