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Brock Lesnar asked if he would fight Conor McGregor, his response was absolutely brutal

Nasir Jabbar

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Brock Lesnar asked if he would fight Conor McGregor, his response was absolutely brutal

Brock Lesnar absolutely destroyed Conor McGregor when asked if he would like to face the UFC superstar in a wrestling match.

Lesnar successfully transitioned to MMA from wrestling as he won the UFC heavyweight title, beating the likes of Randy Couture, Frank Mir and Shane Carwin during his career as a fighter.

McGregor has been linked with the WWE despite his disparaging comments about the wrestling company.

Lesnar, who returned to the WWE following his career in the Octagon, was asked whether he would entertain a match against the 'Notorious' in the WWE ring.

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But 'The Beast Incarnate' reacted angrily to the hypothetical bout as he verbally dismantled McGregor, pulling no punches. Check it out below:

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Speaking to NotSam, he exclaimed: "I take sh*ts bigger than that kid, all right. Come on guys, I know you guys all play f**k video games and you live in this f**king false sense of reality and sh*t. I’m 200 and f**king 90 pounds all right. This guy is 145 pounds. That’s if he’s lucky, gets up and eats his f**king Wheaties okay, all right?"

Lesnar added: "If Conor McGregor wants to say some sh*t to me and his name out there more than he already has by dropping in my name, I got f**king about 10 words for him, come here, face-to-face Conor all right and say it to my face otherwise leave me and the f**king WWE out of it because I came to your arena and kicked ass know if you want anything - if so f**king tough - come to our arena and try to kick some a**.”

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McGregor has won a UFC title at featherweight and lightweight, but is almost eight stone lighter than Lesnar.

The Irishman hasn't fought in the UFC since July 2021 when he suffered a defeat to Dustin Poirier.

However, he's closing in on his return as he looks to embark on another title run.

Lesnar hasn't had an MMA fight since his appearance against Mark Hunt at UFC 200 back at July 2016.

Featured Image Credit: NotSam/Getty

Topics: Brock Lesnar, Conor McGregor, WWE

Nasir Jabbar
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