3. No Training Camp for Brock

When Lesnar was in talks with the UFC about returning 2 years ago the rumours were that he had held a mini-camp in order to help him decide if a return to fighting was what he wanted to do.  Leading into the announcement that he would fight at UFC 200 there have been no reports about Lesnar training with anyone, let alone a camp that could help him put together a gameplay for a guy as dangerous as Mark Hunt.

All we know is that Lesnar has supposedly been training since his last match in WWE 2.5 months ago, but there are no reports that anything closely resembling a full training camp has been taking place.  Certainly not a training camp with the likes of experienced training partners or coaches that Lesnar will need to stand a chance at UFC 200.


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Ian is a MMA writer based out of Toronto, ON Canada. An avid mixed martial arts enthusiast and passionate fan since he was born, Ian has been writing about mixed martial arts for over 5 years.