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K-1 Grand Prix K-1 is a combat sport that combines stand up techniques from Muay Thai, Karate, Savate, San shou, Kickboxing and traditional Boxing to determine the single best stand-up fighter in the world (the "1").

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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 11-25-2006, 01:29 AM
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He'll have good grappling, strength, reach and now submissions working with the Gracies. The biggest thing to work on will prabably be the striking. Hopefullly he has a chin so he doesn't get KO'd with a single shot and lose all his cred in one fight.
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post #12 of 30 (permalink) Old 11-26-2006, 09:02 PM
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K-1 Hero's / Mixed Martial Arts (2006-present)
On April 28, 2006, Brock Lesnar appeared inside the ring after the final match of K-1 Hero's Las Vegas and has since signed a deal with the K-1/Hero's. He is currently training with Minnesota Martial Arts Academy under Greg Nelson coach to UFC Lightweight champion Sean Sherk and with University of Minnesota Head Assistant wrestling coach Marty Morgan. Brock Lesnar announced on 12 August 2006 in Las Vegas that he has joined the K-1 promotion and will have his first Mixed martial arts match in February 2007. Royce Gracie then announced that he will serve as Lesnar's trainer.

Damn Lesnar with Sherk, jesus wanna talk about a real Team Hammerhouse, those are some damn good wrestlers right there.

Anyways i think he'll do good, i think he should stick with MMAA (minnesota martial arts academy), Royce Gracie i'm sure is a great teacher but i think lesnar would be better learning ground and pound instead of a submission fighter which is imo all gracie can teach him.

Anyways im still looking forward to watching him fight.

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K-1 Hero's / Mixed Martial Arts (2006-present)
On April 28, 2006, Brock Lesnar appeared inside the ring after the final match of K-1 Hero's Las Vegas and has since signed a deal with the K-1/Hero's. He is currently training with Minnesota Martial Arts Academy under Greg Nelson coach to UFC Lightweight champion Sean Sherk and with University of Minnesota Head Assistant wrestling coach Marty Morgan. Brock Lesnar announced on 12 August 2006 in Las Vegas that he has joined the K-1 promotion and will have his first Mixed martial arts match in February 2007. Royce Gracie then announced that he will serve as Lesnar's trainer.

Damn Lesnar with Sherk, jesus wanna talk about a real Team Hammerhouse, those are some damn good wrestlers right there.

Anyways i think he'll do good, i think he should stick with MMAA (minnesota martial arts academy), Royce Gracie i'm sure is a great teacher but i think lesnar would be better learning ground and pound instead of a submission fighter which is imo all gracie can teach him.

Anyways im still looking forward to watching him fight.

That is awesome news. Will he be able to hang with the big boys? Will he be crushed? Either way we can't lose!
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[QUOTE=Sydon666]...a barrel with arms. Butterbean is tough dude btw. Packs one hell of a right.

Thanks dude, your post made me spit Mountain Dew out of my nose.
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post #15 of 30 (permalink) Old 12-04-2006, 12:17 PM
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I can imagine Brock being able to overwhelm fighters quite easily, he has always been incredibly strong, but it just depends if the guy has a weak chin, then all that power wont mean much.
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I think it could go opposite ways. He'll either debut and kick some serious ass and KTFO everyone. OR he could debut and get the **** beat out of him. It's hard to tell at the momeny, but if Royce is training him, he will likely be goood.

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Brock will probably just fight a bunch of cans in K-1 to build up his resume. I can't really see him beating any top guys right now. Yeah he was an NCAA HW champ in 2000, but that doesn't really mean shit in MMA. There are gold medalist and silver medalists from the Olympics that have never won a MMA title. Brock is a big dude that is brought in to sell tickets because of his Pro Wrestling popularity. Remember this is the same guy that tried out for the NFL about 2 years ago. He's a hype machine, that's about it.

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post #18 of 30 (permalink) Old 12-06-2006, 12:34 AM
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I hoep K-1 isn't stupid enough to put hi in there with top guys right away, because if he losesright away he's buried and so are their chances of making all that money off him. They need to feel him out for a while first, feed him some guys before really testing him hard. Then, if he gets some wins and a buzz, put him in the ring against somebody really good. If he's losing already at that point, just let him fight out his contract and admit the experiment failed.
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Maybe he should go back to the vikings and try out for quarterback!
Lord knows we need a new one
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man brock lesnar in mma(k1), the guys a beast he's an animal, obviously it's not all about the size and strength though it helps, he's got good wrestling background which is important and it sounds like he's got some good coaches behind him. he will need to work hard on his striking if he can get that sorted along with his wrestling ability then we could have a pretty decent fighter coming our way, we have to remember though the only way we're gonna no if he's any good is after he's had a good ten fights then if he's successful maybe just maybe we can stick him in the ring with fedor.

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