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The Latest on Brock Lesnar’s Health and UFC Future

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As the world focuses in on UFC 106 weekend, the 800 pound gorilla in the room is the health and future of Undisputed UFC Heavyweight Champion of the World Brock Lesnar.
Lesnar, who is the biggest pay per view attraction on the UFC roster, was sidelined with an illness, reported to be Mononucleosis, that forced him to pull out of his scheduled UFC 106 main event Title defense against the undefeated Shane Carwin.

But the seriousness of Lesnar’s condition was unknown at the time, even to the big man himself. The former WWE “Next Big Thing” had a hole in his intestines, and fluid was spilling into his system. At first wanting to keep his condition a secret, Lesnar had no choice but to inform UFC President Dana White, who was trying to get Lesnar to accept a January 2nd rescheduled date for the title defense against Carwin.
In an exclusive blog posted here on the Hustle, our own Hustler de Tuti Hustlers PAUL HEYMAN COMMENTED ON BROCK’S CONDITION, saying:
For those who want to talk trash about Brock Lesnar, go right ahead. He’s not going to pay attention to you. He’s not on the web, and he’s only buzzed about things by a select few that he is willing to talk to. And while you’re painting the picture of a faking, slacking, swine-flu infected Octagon-dodger, keep in mind that sooner rather than later, Brock Lesnar is going to step into the cage and defend that title. Whether he’s defending the championship against the undefeated hard hitting knockout artist, or a confident self-promoter talking trash is up to Shane Carwin, who should definitely place a call to Frank Mir and ask “what is Brock’s reaction when he finds out someone’s been talking trash about him?”

Brock Lesnar is sick. That’s bad news for no one but Brock Lesnar (and, well, I guess Dana White, too). But Brock Lesnar won’t be sick forever. He’s going to get better. He’s going to get healthy. And he’s going to go back into that Texas Chainsaw Massacre-like existence, training in the middle of the woods in the sub-zero temperatures of Alexandria, Minnesota. Sick today, healthy tomorrow.

And that’s bad news for Shane Carwin.


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