It’s been nearly 10 months since former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion, Brock Lesnar, stormed the Octagon at UFC 226 to shove newly-crowned division kingpin, Daniel Cormier, for what was expected to be “DC’s” retirement fight.
That means the 265-pound weight class was put on hold for absolutely no reason. So the “Cormier vs. Miocic” rematch scheduled for August could have already transpired and top contenders like Curtis Blaydes would have perhaps been one step closer to the title.
Yes, “Razor” is pissed.
Fuck you @BrockLesnar holding up the whole damn division just to quit smh inconsiderate AF— Curtis Blaydes (@RazorBlaydes265) May 1, 2019
That’s what happens in fake sports filled with illegitimate juice heads.
Blaydes (11-2, 1 NC) is 6-2 inside the Octagon, with both losses coming to heavyweight knockout artist and top contender Francis Ngannou. “Razor” was last seen blanketing Justin Willis at the UFC Fight Night 148 event back in March.
It seems a bit strange for Lesnar to go through all the steps to make his mixed martial arts (MMA) comeback, which includes the hassle of United States Anti-Database Agency (USADA), only to back out roughly two months before his UFC return.
Perhaps there is more to the story than we’re privy to ... for now.