Undertaker likes to pretend to be this MMA style fighter. Therefore, it's acceptable to use Lesnar's MMA experience for this match. You can go into Lesnar beating Taker repeatedly on the much bigger stages in the more important matches. Taker was never the guy who had the company built around him. Lesnar did and was like 25 years old and in his few year with the company. Brock Lesnar survived Shane until the guy gassed out. He was talking to the ref the entire time. Lesnar proved how great he was that night. He took some of the biggest shots ever and then submitted Shane in the next round with his wrestling. Lucky? No, Lesnar had been working heavily on his submission game at that point and as one of the best wrestlers, a champion at college and professionally in MMA, it was not luck. That was skill. Lesnar can take massive shots while Taker got knocked out within minutes at Mania 30. He can't handle punches from a heavyweight like Brock can. Cain, who is a top 3 heavyweight of all time in MMA? Wow, real shame in losing. It took one of the three best heavyweight fighters of all time to take the title off Brock. Think about that. And Alistair... you mean the guy who got busted for PEDs soon after that fight? You mean the guy who was huge at the time and suddenly decreased in size? Hmmm. So Brock lost to one of the greatest in the division and a guy who we know was juicing soon after. Well, I think that says a lot about how great Lesnar was at the time. You're being very disrespectful to Lesnar's reign as champion. The gap wasn't as big as you are acting like it was. Lesnar had no right to still be fighting. The guy is a freak after surviving that disease. He was beating guys at 50% while they were ready to go. It took a future HOFer and a cheater to dethrone him. The UFC is the highest level of MMA. Brock Lesnar was UFC Heavyweight Champion. Therefore, Brock competed at the highest level. Sure, nobody expected him to beat Cain. He was undefeated and clearly the best in the division. We know see him as a top 3 fighter for that division. What's wrong with losing to that? Lesnar was absolutely at the highest level. Lesnar was at the highest level in both MMA and wrestling. Undertaker was never the top guy in WWE. Ever. Lesnar did it twice in two different sports. And Taker has proven to have a weak head. Lesnar already knocked him silly once within minutes at Mania. Taker isn't going to be throwing hard kicks to the stomach. Lesnar can knock him silly again. Point Lesnar. He still won. That's what I was getting at. He beat the piss out of him once Carwin gassed and the fight went into the second. Lesnar showed his will to survive in that fight. It's a major plus for him in this match. No matter what Taker throws at him, Brock can survive. Taker doesn't hit like Carwin. He can't kick like Alistair. Physically, Brock would ruin Taker. When has Taker even thrown a decent kick? And that liver kick came from a guy on steroids. You can't use that as the standard for Lesnar's liver. The guy was juiced. Again, by a top 3 fighter in the division and a guy on juice. The cheating by Alistair removes the liver kick in my opinion. That leaves Lesnar's loss to Cain. A guy who is one of the best ever. Losing to him isn't a negative. That's what it took to bring down Lesnar. It took one of the best we have ever seen. Taker isn't a top 3 guy. He's never been the man in WWE. Lesnar was and also UFC. Lesnar is so much better than Taker. Let me remind people that it wasn't Brock who came running. WWE and Taker came running to him way back in the day. They needed him. Lesnar is a star. He is a bigger draw than Taker. It was Taker who showed up to the UFC and confronted Lesnar. Not the other way round.