WWE/MMA News: Brock Lesnar's UFC 200 opponent Mark Hunt wants rematch
Despite entering his UFC 200 fight against Mark Hunt as an underdog, Brock Lesnar proved that he is a freak athlete of the highest calibre when he ground his way to a unanimous decision victory over the Samoan knockout machine.
And when the press, unsurprisingly, asked him about a potential return to the Octagon, Lesnar was pretty non-comittal either way, although he did assert that “Brock Lesnar does what Brock Lesnar wants!”
Lesnar is next scheduled to face Randy Orton at SummerSlam, and few would expect him to lose that match given that he just underlined his legitimacy as a natural born fighting machine with a pretty dominant victory over Mark Hunt.
But for his part, Mark Hunt isn’t happy with how things played out, reports WrestlingInc.com.
Apparently Hunt wants a rematch against Lesnar, and cites the fact that Lesnar received a exepmtion from USADA testing for the 4-month retirement rule as a reason why the fight went the way it did.
This, despite the fact that it was reported that Lesnar was tested multiple times in the lead up to the fight to ensure that he was competing on an even playing field at UFC 200.