The UFC 200 event was scheduled on July 9th and the biggest attraction Brock Lesnar competed against Mark Hunt at the pay-per-view just hours ago to win his returning fight to the Octagon quite convincingly. It was his comeback to the MMA promotion after a long hiatus of five years since 2011. So he was the underdog in the fight but Lesnar showed why he is called the beast incarnate.
Brock Lesnar was supposedly getting hurt after the fight as his opponent was none other than Mark Hunt who is famous as a dangerous combat inside that cage. Mark is veteran in this business and he always had the upper-hand prior to the fight, to say the least at the PPV that took place inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
But in the fight, Lesnar came up with a perfect gameplan. He avoided the big punches from his opponent and kept himself intact in on his way. Though it wasn’t always pretty but Lesnar is a very experienced fighter and executed the plan perfectly putting down Mark to the canvas.
Once he was able to manage that he became relentless and pinned him to the by unleashing his pendant ground-and-pound style. Brock Lesnar was the victor in all of the three judges scorecard eventually by achieving the 29-27, 29-27 and 29-27 scorecard by each of them.
During the post-match interview, Lesnar was asked whether he will return to the Octagon, once again or not he did not have any concrete answer. But, the rumor mill suggests that the beast may return to the next big PPV of the promotion when it makes debut at the New York City with PPV number 205.