The former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir is scheduled to take on Cheick Kongo on December 12th in Memphis, Tennessee as part of the UFC 107 co-main event. Mir was recently interviewed by Fighters Only Magazine and when asked what he desired the most before one day retiring from mixed martial arts, he immediately responded by stating that he wanted “to end Brock Lesnar’s career.” Ever since losing to Lesnar back at UFC 100, there hasn’t been any other thing on Mir’s mind than to train harder in order to earn another chance to face him in the cage.
From Frank Mir:
“I want to end Brock Lesnar’s career…Really, it’s what I think about all the time. Brock Lesnar exploited a huge weakness in my game and no matter who I crush after this, I have to crush him to show I’ve improved that weakness…It’s nothing about how he talked to me in my last fight, I could care less about it. If I took it that personal there are other ways to handle situations like that outside of a cage, but honestly I just want to fix what was exploited…If you’re a true martial artist you don’t do it for money or titles, just to be the best human being possible, and if someone exploits a weakness, who better to see if you’ve fixed it than the guy who exploited it.”