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Brock Lesnar on Conor McGregor: 'I take sh*ts bigger than that kid'


In an interview with Sam Roberts at Friday night’s WWE 2K17 press event in New York City, Brock Lesnar didn’t seem too happy when asked about comments Conor McGregor had made about him and the WWE.

McGregor began a war of words with the WWE roster earlier this month at the UFC 202 media conference call when he called most wrestlers “messed up p*ssies” and later tweeted that he’d “slap the head off” the entire WWE roster.

Many wrestlers responded to the comments, and McGregor seemed to revel in getting his desired reaction from them when he later called the roster a bunch of dweebs.

But it was comments McGregor made about Lesnar that the Beast didn’t take kindly to. McGregor previously said that he credited Lesnar for getting in the Octagon and fighting, but he was “juiced up to the f*cking eyeballs” so he ultimately couldn’t respect him.

Roberts asked Lesnar if he would be interested in facing McGregor in a WWE ring, and Lesnar challenged McGregor to meet him face-to-face.

“Man I take sh*ts bigger than that kid, alright.” Lesnar said. “Come on guys, I know you guys all play f*cking video games and you live in this f*cking false sense of reality and sh*t, but I’m 290 pounds, alright. This guy’s 145 pounds, that’s if he’s lucky and gets up and eats his f*cking Wheaties, okay.”

“If Conor McGregor wants to say some sh*t to me, and get his name out there more than he already has by dropping my name, I’ve got f*cking about 10 words for him, come here face-to-face Conor, alright, and say it to my face. Otherwise leave me and the f*cking WWE out of it, because I came to your arena and kicked ass. Now if you want, and if you’re so f*cking tough, come to our arena and try to kick some ass.”

Full video of the interview is available below: