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Brock Lesnar takes dumps bigger than Conor McGregor, dares UFC 202 headliner to talk smack face-to-face

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Brock Lesnar is not a fan of Conor McGregor. After "Notorious" decided to pick on the entire WWE roster -- Lesnar included for his failed UFC 200 drug tests -- many of the wrestling promotion's stars took to Twitter to call out the Irishman themselves. Lesnar, though, recently took it upon himself to unload on McGregor during a recent interview and the "I Am Not Sam" show, saying that a wrestling match between the two would be ridiculous since the 290-pound "Beast Incarnate" takes bigger shits that the 145-pound UFC champion.

"I take shits bigger than that kid, alright," barked Lesnar. "Come on guys, let's get. I know all you guys play fucking video games and you live in this fucking false sense of reality and shit. I'm 290 fucking pounds and this guys is 145 pounds if he's lucky and gets up and eats his fucking Wheaties. If Conor McGregor wants to say some shit to me and get his name out there more than he already has by dropping my name, I got about 10 words for him: Come here face-to-face Conor and say it to my face. Otherwise leave me and the fucking WWE out of it. Because I came to your arena and kicked ass. Now, if you want and you are so fucking tough, come to our arena and try to kick some ass."

During a recent press conference, McGregor again slammed Lesnar -- as well as Jon Jones -- saying "fuck them both" after their failed drug tests. Recognized as the biggest star on UFC's roster, McGregor had to take a back seat to Lesnar's over-sized star when the box office draw returned for a one-off fight against Mark Hunt at UFC 200, much to the delight of Daniel Cormier, who dubbed Lesnar a bigger star than McGregor.

Lesnar earned even more bragging rights over McGregor once UFC 200 wrapped, as it was reported that he took in a cool $2.5 million purse for his efforts, more than doubling McGregor's then record-setting $1 million payout for UFC 196. But, according to McGregor, Lesnar wasn't that good of an investment of the UFC higher-ups, as the confident Irishman declared UFC 200 "bombed."

As for Lesnar, he's now back in the WWE arena and will likely stay their following the whole UFC 200 debacle. But, if "Notorious" wants to try his hand in Lesnar's arena, the hulking Heavyweight has a few smaller friends who would be glad to welcome him in. But first, "Notorious" has to try and get some get-back on Nate Diaz when they collide one more time later tonight (Sat. Aug., 20, 2016) at UFC 202 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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