Stone Cold Steve Austin Thought the Confrontation Between the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar Was Ill-Timed
Before Brock Lesnar was in the UFC, he was best known for his time in the WWE. During that time he was one of the most feared wrestlers around. At his last fight, another WWE wrestler was in attendance to watch Lesnar get dismantled by Cain Velasquez. The Undertaker was interviewed after the fight and talked about his love for MMA and a number of other things. Midway through the interview Lesnar, after just losing his UFC belt, walked right past Undertaker and there was an awkward confrontation. I have no clue what it was about, but it’s pretty clear that these two guys have a history with each other and they don’t like each other too much. Who knows maybe Lesnar will go back to the WWE to get Tombstoned one more or time or maybe the Undertaker will get inside a cage with Brock so they can settle the problem. Whatever the problem may be.Stone Cold Steve Austin joined the Fan in DC with Chad Dukes to talk about Brock Lesnar losing to Cain Velasquez and what he thought about the confrontation between Lesnar and the Undertaker.
On the confrontation between Brock Lesnar and the Undertaker following the last UFC pay-per-view:
“I watched the pay-per-view and I watch every UFC pay-per-view they have. I saw that and I said okay somebody is working an angle here. I don’t think those worlds are going to collide because UFC and WWE are great organizations but they’re like oil and water and I don’t think oil and water mix very well. I don’t know. Just from what I saw, it looked like a couple of guys that are trying to shoot an angle but with the outcome of that fight that wasn’t a time to shoot an angle. Cain was pretty dominant in that fight. That being said, to go to that UFC note, that loss in that fight will make Brock a better fighter. I think he’s gonna go back to camp, learn better striking skills, learn how to take a better punch, and that loss will make Brock Lesnar a better fighter. He’ll go right back to the top of the UFC. The angle was ill-timed.”