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Brock Lesnar Was So Hyped For UFC 121 He Pushed A Cop During His Entrance

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Brock Lesnar Was So Hyped For UFC 121 He Pushed A Cop During His Entrance

Brock Lesnar was so hyped for his UFC 121 clash that he shoved a cop during his intense walk to the Octagon.

The WWE superstar turned MMA champion headed into his bout with Cain Velasquez as the reigning and defending UFC heavyweight king.

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Lesnar was pumped up on adrenaline when he made his entrance to the cage at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, back on October 23, 2010.

He punched the air then made a menacing walk to the famed Octagon as he later pushed a cop out of his way before making his way to the prep point.

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Lesnar entered the fight with two defences of his title following stoppage victories over Frank Mir and Shane Carwin.

But Velasquez put an end to his reign after stopping the champion in the first round by strikes to become the first fighter with Mexican heritage to win a heavyweight title.

Speaking after his defeat, Lesnar said: "You know, I was a bit delirious. Obviously, Cain put me on a street that I didn't know the name of, and I was looking for my way home.

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"So, I went out of the Octagon and I had heard that The Undertaker was going to be there. Once again, I enjoyed working with Mark in the ring but me and him... Well, there were some things said that kinda really pi***d me off."

The two went onto rematch in another sport in the shape of professional wrestling as Lesnar defeated Velasquez at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia.

Topics: Cain Velasquez, UFC News, Fight News, UFC, Brock Lesnar

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