Former UFC interim heavyweight champion Shane Carwin (12-2 MMA) says he would be willing to end his retirement to have a rematch with Brock Lesnar at UFC 200 this July in Las Vegas.
Here is what the 41-year-old veteran posted to Twitter:
For everyone blowing up my phone, yes I would take this fight @UFC 200. I would love to knock Brock out. Any time, any place
— Shane Carwin (@ShaneCarwin) June 5, 2016
The UFC announced that Brock Lesnar would be returning to the octagon at July’s UFC 200 event during yesterday’s UFC 199 pay-per-view broadcast.
No opponent for “The Beast” has been named at this time.
Lesnar and Carwin already have a history, having fought at UFC 116 in July of 2010. Brock won that fight via second-round submission, this after being dominated by Carwin in the fights opening round.
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