Brock Lesnar asks ... "Can you see me now?"
The answer is "yes," because Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has uploaded its former heavyweight champion into the "Fight Pass" library, which means mixed martial arts (MMA) fans who subscribe to the monthly digital service can relive some of his finest moments.
As well as his darkest hours.
The timing is hardly coincidental, seeing as how "The Beast Incarnate" is scheduled to face off against The Undertaker at the WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view (PPV) this Sunday night (April 6, 2014) in New Orleans. Lesnar retired from combat sports in late 2011 after suffering back-to-back technical knockout losses.
Sure beats getting stabbed with a pen.
Now 36, the former NCAA Division-1 national champion wrestler is enjoying life as a professional wrestler, working a part-time schedule and getting paid handsomely for it. While his UFC career went out with a whimper, there was no doubt he made a lasting impact on the sport.