Lesnar appears fresh to start round two, while Hunt's mouth is wide open. Once again, Lesnar is very careful not to get punched by Hunt, faking a takedown just to force Hunt to reset. Hunt stalks Lesnar, uncorking an overhand right that's partially blocked. Lesnar starts to move, circling away from Hunt, who lands a nice hard left jab. Hunt appears to be looking to land a homerun shot as Lesnar misses with a diving takedown attempt. Hunt traps Lesnar in a corner and sprawls away as he shoots wildly for another takedown that doesn't materialize. Lesnar ducks under an enormous right cross, attempts another takedown, but Hunt is nowhere to be found. Hunt is beginning to settle in and find his range, which is bad news for Lesnar. Hunt whiffs with another right hand as Lesnar uses it to pin him up against the fence, which is where they remained until the round concluded. It was very uneventful for both fighters.
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