Because of your voices, Brock Lesnar does not stand a chance at the newly-featured UFC heavyweight campaign Daniel Cormier.
According to the results of our last daily MMAjunkie Radio Debate Survey where we asked readers and radio listeners predict the outcome of the planned match between Cormier (21-1 MMA, 10-1 UFC) and Lesnar (5-3 MMA, 4 -3 UFC), as planned by the beginning of 2019.
While Cormier plans to squeeze in a light heavy title defense before, UFC officials are clearly knocking on Lesnar – a current WWE star who has not hit an official UFC winner since 2010 – to give a pay-per-view bonanza.
Lesner's worthy title challenger is understandably thin at best, but the former UFC champion has proven box office and PPV gold. Even Cormier knows, which explains why he wants the fight (and the high payday).
Still is the game a competition free? The opening cod for Cormier vs Lesnar has the government champion as a modest favorite, but in our daily debate survey, the predicted result is far more lopsided (via Twitter ):
So Overall A total of 83 percent expect Cormier to win (73 percent of stops) and only 17 pages with Lesnar.
In the above video, MMAjunkie Radio hosts, as well as guest guests in studio and UFC challenger Khalil Rountree, preview combat and discuss why Cormier is likely to be the choice for so many combat fans.
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