Brock Lesnar didn’t simply appear at UFC 226 the previous evening (Sat., July 7, 2018) live on pay-per-see (PPV) from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, he put on a show.

After UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier put a stop to heavyweight ruler Stipe Miocic, “DC” got out the previous UFC champion and ebb and flow WWE whiz from the cageside seats. Lesnar obliged and ventured within the Octagon.

From that point, Lesnar not just pushed Cormier when the two came nose-to-nose, yet he continued to verbally bash Miocic and UFC 226 heavyweight contender Francis Ngannou. It was an incredible exhibition, and unquestionably something that stacks up to an arranged WWE promotion.

Since Lesnar has squared off with Cormier the two need to battle, correct?

Clearly, however we don’t know very when. With Lesnar’s USADA suspension still in play, the two heavyweights wouldn’t have the capacity to square off until right on time one year from now.

With respect to the matchup itself, Cormier will be profoundly outmatched from a physical angle. Yet, considering what the light heavyweight champion did to Miocic today around evening time at UFC 226 there’s no telling how prevailing Cormier can be at heavyweight.

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