Brock “No Class” Lesnar’s UFC 100 Victory Speech

We have a newly solidified UFC Heavyweight Champion, Brock Lesnar. While he did show how powerful and massive his body was on saturday night, he also showed how small his character was and how disrespectful and unsportsmanlike he is. With a dominating win over Frank Mir and an avenged loss, Brock Lesnar should have been a happy camper. He could have graciously shook his opponent’s hand, receive his title belt and told the world how hard he had trained, how much the fans mean to him and how hard he is going to work to defend his title. Unfortunately this is not what he did.

Instead, after the fight, while Mir was on the ground recovering, Lesnar continued to talk shit and get in his face. Then Lesnar flips off the MMA fans. That’s right, the same fans that pay for tickets, Pay Per View and buy the UFC gear. Where does Lesnar think the UFC gets the money to pay him?

Then, Lesnar goes on to make a super uncool winners speech. Here’s what Mr. No Class had to say.

“Frank Mir had a horseshoe up his ass. I told him that a year ago. I pulled it out of him and beat him over the head with it. [Now] I’m going to drink a Coors Light. That’s right a Coors. Bud Light don’t pay me nothing. I may even get on top of my wife tonight.”

So, in that lovely choice of words, Lesnar not only continued to throw salt in Frank Mir’s wounds, but he also shit on one of the UFC’s biggest sponsors and completely disrespected and probably humiliated his wife in front of the world. I am sure his wife was very proud and felt really good about how she was portrayed during the highlight of her husband’s life.

It is unbelievable really. I can’t speak for Lesnar’s wife but I know Dana White and the UFC could not have been happy about the way Brock Lesnar reacted after his UFC 100 win. Lesnar did try to give a half ass apology at the UFC 100 Post Fight Press Conference apparently after Dana White checked him. In doing so, he seemed very insincere.

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