LOL take it with a grain of a salt as it's obviously biased (Although not all of it is entirely false) BBC - 606 - - A71291487 - Klitschko would flatten Lesnar in one I decided to tune into UFC 116 to find out what the fuss was about headlined by UFC heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar. I will say I found the whole card quite entertaining. Some plus points + All fights were almost 50/50 no apparent mismatches + Presentation of broadcast + Enjoyed how they showed the fighters talking about the opponent with a highlight reel before both entered the arena (something boxing could learn off) + Overall good promotion & fan friendly However the problem I found is, most fighters were absolutely shattered after about 5 mins the cardio was terrible, which made me wonder are these guys just part time fighters?? For those who didnt see it the main event 2 big guys Carwin v Lesnar for the title, the challenger Carwin battered Lesnar for the first round with his fists and without doubt would of won if he didnt blow him self out after just 1 round. Now no doubt about it Carwin is a big strong kid but lets be honest his boxing skills look average at best and his not the fastest you would even say ponderous, yet he had Lesnar absolutely shellshocked hurt,backing off and rolled in a shell for some respite. Unfortunately Carwin after 3 mins was blowing out of his backside as though he'd been 15 rounds with Rocky Marciano. Which leads me on too if Klitschko (either) were to face Lesnar in a UFC match I'd make them favourite after seeing the world champ on sat. Simply because they'd knock Lesnar straight out who hasnt got a clue how to fend punches off. Now I know many will say well if Lesnar took Klitschko to the ground it would be over I agree, however I just cant see that being the case the fight starts standing up and Klitschko can read the distance well and I'd see Lesnar getting shook up before he could even think about rushing them. In all an entertaining bill, however was disappointed with the lack of cardio and skill level by many who are believed to be full time athletes.