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LAS VEGAS – He overpowered Randy Couture. He overwhelmed Frank Mir. He holds the Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight championship and stands as the biggest draw in the sport.
And as hard as it is to fathom that Brock Lesnar can actually get better, both as a fighter and as a gate attraction, it's likely true. To this point in his career, Lesnar has been an unpolished fighter, relying on his freakish power and surprising athleticism to carry him.
When he actually learns how to fight, when he understands the nuances of the game and eliminates the fundamental mistakes he occasionally still makes, he'll be shockingly good.
Lesnar will get better because he's not satisfied with just being good. He brought Couture into his Minnesota training camp to help him prepare for Carwin. Lesnar didn't bring in Couture to give him platitudes, though.
He brought Couture in to find problems and, hopefully, to fix them.
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