Q&A With Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar, fresh off a dominating win over Heath Herring, is gradually improving as a MMA fighter as anyone who watched the Lesnar-Herring fight can attest to.  That being said, Lesnar sat down with the New York Times’ Stephen J. Dubner for a one-on-one interview; Lesnar discusses a varety of subjects.  Below are some excerpts:

Q: What kind of non-critical pain actually bothers you? Papercuts? Headaches? Biting the inside of your cheek?

A: I had a root canal a couple of months ago that was pretty annoying!

Q: I know this is a stupid question, but how does it feel to have an action figure based on yourself?

A: It’s cool. It’s always interesting to see how it will turn out and whether it actually looks like me. I don’t collect toys or novelties though, so I don’t have any around the house.

Q: Have you ever read Freakonomics?

A: No. I don’t have the Internet, so I’ve never read the blog.

Q: I just watched you fight Heath. It seemed that you had many opportunities to go for the rear naked choke and other moves. Does the training fade away in the middle of a fight?

A: No. We developed a game plan. The plan was to control Heath, not give up position, dominate, and win. I stuck to the game plan. I won. It’s that simple.

For the rest of this interview, please click here.

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