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Brock Lesnar Apologizes After UFC 100 – Video

UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar continued talking after UFC 100. Instead of taking shots at one of UFC’s big advertisers, he apologized. Check out this video from the UFC 100 post-show press conference with Lesnar. It sounds like it was Dana White and not Frank Mir who wound up taking the big man down on Saturday night.

Unlike some people, I really had no problem with Brock Lesnar’s post fight actions. Taking shots at a UFC sponsor is just downright stupid and embarrassing. However, there was nothing wrong with the rest of his rant. I don’t think he was a pulling a WWE stunt at all. We were just getting the real Brock Lesnar following an emotional win.

It is funny how people how assume it was Brock being a WWE wrestler. Ironically, his range of emotions was probably the most real thing a “real fighter” has said in a long time. I find it more ridiculous when Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock hug after trashing each other for six-months or Nick Diaz admitting he was just hyping a fight than Brock’s real emotions. You can’t knock a man for being honest.

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