Promoters Seeking Replacement for Brock Lesnar on 6/2
May 24, 2007
Replacement being sought for Brock Lesnar on 6/2
Schedule Opponent South Korean Giant Hong-Man Choi has been denied a license from the California State Athletic Commission
Los Angeles, CA (rushprnews)May 24, 2007www.MMANewsdesk.com
, the world's foremost authority on the exploding MMA sport, is reporting that promoters are looking for a last minute replacement to fight former WWE Heavyweight Champion (and 4 time NCAA wrestling champion) Brock Lesnar on June 2nd on a live pay per view from the 100,000 seat Los Angeles Coliseum.
MMANewsdesk is reporting that based on a physical, Brock's scheduled opponent, the 7'2'' South Korean Giant Hong-Man Choi has been denied a license from the California State Athletic Commission. Promoters from Japan and the United States are trying to figure out who to match against the 275 pound Lesnar, who will be making his much-anticipated MMA debut on that night.
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