Shane Carwin vs. Brock Lesnar Could Be Biggest UFC Event Ever

Mike Chiappettaby Mike Chiappetta

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Shane Carwin is bright enough to handle the demands of a full-time job as a civil and mechanical engineer in northern Colorado. Maybe then, he’d be so kind as to explain the science behind the mind-scrambling statistics he’s compiled. Twelve fights, 12 first-round stoppage victories.

“I’m wordless. I’m speechless,” was all he could muster after smashing his way through his latest victim, the one-time undisputed and one-time interim UFC champion Frank Mir at UFC 111.

The challenges though, continue to get bigger, and the next problem the engineer must solve is the biggest in MMA right now: UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar. When he and Lesnar meet this summer, likely on July 3 in Las Vegas, it will be — quite literally — huge. In fact, the biggest title matchup ever, at least in terms of bulk. And the interest level for the fight might just match the oversized participants.

Shane Carwin vs. Brock Lesnar Could Be Biggest UFC Event Ever originally appeared on MMA Fighting on Mon, 29 Mar 2010 10:52:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.


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