Brock Lesnar Vs Cain
October 25, 2010 by staff
Brock Lesnar Vs Cain, Despite Zuffa, LLC, the parent company of the UFC, has remained steadfast in their attempts to eliminate online piracy of their broadcasts, it seems that should redirect their anger at “The Worldwide Leader in Sports.”
Immediately after the blockbuster hit 121 Saturday’s UFC event, ESPN done most of the main event between Brock Lesnar and the newly crowned champion Cain Velasquez available for viewing – TKO devastating finishing and everything.
The first iteration of the scrap heavyweight title during the MMA was shown live on ESPN2. The crew was in place inside the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, to review the case of 4:12.
As if this were not enough, ESPN.com pasted the same video on their website for an even wider audience to enjoy.
Although I’m sure most fans did not care and pay 44.99 to see the deepest fight card of 2010, I am sure you would not have cared to know most of the main event will be free only moments after UFC president Dana White wrapped the belt around the waist of Cain.
Bummer, I wish I had done this after all the fights of Mike Tyson, when I was a kid and had no money to buy pay per views …
Please click the media player below to see ESPN break Lesnar vs Velasquez:
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