Brock Lesnar Attempting To Play Football Shows He's Not The Perfect Athlete After All
Brock Lesnar is an absolute specimen of a human and one of the most gifted athletes you've ever seen.
A two-time NJCAA All-American, Lesnar had a ridiculous college wrestling record of 106 wins and five losses before he went on to enjoy success in WWE and UFC, becoming a champion in both companies.
He even once went on trial with NFL side Minnesota Vikings and although he never got signed, it's clear to see that Lesnar is a rather complete and well-rounded athlete.
However, football is where he falls short. A few years back, 'The Beast Incarnate' was filmed having a kickabout with fellow WWE superstars Randy Orton and Cesaro in Saudi Arabia ahead of the 'Greatest Royal Rumble' event in 2018.
In a video that started circulating, Lesnar miscontrolled the ball and then proceeded to collect it before pressing it inwards with his massive hands - looking very much like your dad checking if the ball was pumped up properly.
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Standing at 6 ft 2 and around 280lbs, it's transpired that Lesnar does not have good feet for a big man and we're not exaggerating when we say we genuinely have a better first touch than him.
The hilarious Lesnar clip has resurfaced again after footage emerged of UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov playing football in Dubai.
The undefeated Dagestani fighter was playing in a game alongside Netherlands and AC Milan legend Clarence Seedorf, his late father's favourite player - and showed he's got some serious pace in his locker when he darted down the left flank.
Khabibs got 99 pace pic.twitter.com/ccWhMJcLF7- ArtOfWar:moyai::island: (@TheArtOfWar6) January 10, 2021
Top marks for the Asics running trainers and UFC x Reebok training shorts combination.
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