By Sean Ross Sapp
Brock Lesnar returned to the UFC with a successful appearance against Mark Hunt at UFC 202 and according to him, nobody can stop him.
"Brock Lesnar does what Brock Lesnar wants to do," he said.
The former UFC and WWE Champion defeated #8-ranked Mark Hunt, dominating him on the ground on his way to victory. Lesnar was a man of few words when summing up the bout.
"I've been out of this game for five years people. I stuck to the plan, took some good shots, I took him down. He never knocked the fuck out of me. I'm here, I'm happy," Lesnar said.
After missing so much time, Lesnar said that coming back to the UFC was an emotional and mental battle. After 'closing the book' on his MMA career 13 months ago when he re-signed with WWE, Lesnar said that he was mentally prepared to come back.
"You have to keep an open mind. Many days and nights I took myself back to prior training camps. 85 to 90 percent of this is a mental game. If you put the work in, good things are going to happen. I was excited to be in there. It's been a long time. Mark knocked the dust off of me and away we went," Lesnar said
Lesnar also admitted that returning on a whim was spontaneous, but something that followed the path of his life.
"I hate to say it, but ever since I've been a little kid, I've been a bully. Not necessarily picking on anybody, but getting my nose dirty. I've never turned down a fight. When I decided to make this comeback, it was a hard decision. If you don't stick your neck out, you're never going to get ahead," Lesnar said.
Brock Lesnar will now head back to the WWE, as he'll be involved in the WWE Draft in under two weeks.