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Brock Lesnar UFC Record: What is the Beast Incarnate’s fight record?

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Brock Lesnar is one of the most impressive combat athletes and professional wrestlers in the history of either sport. The Beast Incarnate has been hugely successful in whatever discipline he has competed in, but what is his official UFC record?

Lesnar has a 5-3-1 in mixed martial arts overall, with three wins via KO/TKO, one via submission and one via decision. Lesnar’s three losses in the sport saw him take two KO/TKO defeats and one via submission.

Here is Brock Lesnar’s official record in MMA, including his fights inside the Octagon for the UFC:

NCMark HuntUFC 200 – Tate vs. Nunes
Jul / 09 / 2016
No Contest (Overturned)
Dan Miragliotta
LOSSAlistair OvereemUFC 141 – Lesnar vs. Overeem
Dec / 30 / 2011
TKO (Kick to the Body and Punches)
Mario Yamasaki
LOSSCain VelasquezUFC 121 – Lesnar vs. Velasquez
Oct / 23 / 2010
TKO (Punches)
Herb Dean
WINShane CarwinUFC 116 – Lesnar vs. Carwin
Jul / 03 / 2010
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke)
Josh Rosenthal
WINFrank MirUFC 100 – Lesnar vs. Mir 2
Jul / 11 / 2009
TKO (Punches)
Herb Dean
WINRandy CoutureUFC 91 – Couture vs. Lesnar
Nov / 15 / 2008
TKO (Punches)
Mario Yamasaki
WINHeath HerringUFC 87 – Seek and Destroy
Aug / 09 / 2008
Decision (Unanimous)
Dan Miragliotta
LOSSFrank MirUFC 81 – Breaking Point
Feb / 02 / 2008
Submission (Kneebar)
Steve Mazzagatti
WINMin Soo KimK-1 HERO’s – Dynamite!! USA
Jun / 02 / 2007
TKO (Submission to Punches)
Steve Mazzagatti

Brock Lesnar UFC Record

It is very unlikely that we will see Brock Lensar make a return to mixed martial arts, with the 40+-year-old WWE Superstar now having another major run at the top of the sports entertainment powerhouse.

If you’ve never seen a Brock Lesnar MMA fight, then check out the contest below, which saw Lesnar attempt to avenge his first UFC loss against Frank Mir:

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