Tim Hague says he felt like a "b-tch" while sparring with Brock Lesnar and Cole KonradPosted on December 26, 2011, 05:05 PM by Anton Gurevich
"Was pretty surreal. Best training, and best group of guys I've ever trained with. WAR LESNAR. Because I need to get better at everything, and being able to work with Pat Barry and Cole Konrad one-on-one was unreal. Working MMA with Brock and five other legit UFC level HW's every day is something I don't get up in Edmonton. I'm not gonna give away any of his strategy, but he is scary strong, and scary conditioned, and if he gets the jump on a takedown, you're going down, or you're blowing out a knee or something haha. I just went there for a week to be a [heavyweight] dummy for Brock and the guys, I was slightly outta shape, but know what I have to do to be better next time. I wasn't paid or nothing, didn't ask to be and felt like I should have paid them to be there. I don't know who's better (Lesnar or Konrad), they both made me their bitch on the mats, and Cole's boxing is great as well. I got invited back for a full camp, and I'm chomping at the bit to make that happen." - (The UG)
UFC veteran Tim Hague shared his impressions from training with Brock Lesnar and co. at the DeathClutch camp in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The six-foot-four Canadian usually weights around 260lbs, and has a professional Mixed Martial Arts record of 13-5. Hague's comments back up the talk of Brock Lesnar being "at his full potential" for the fight with Alistair Overeem this weekend. Lesnar will look to prove a point against one of the most decorated fighters in the game, and answer to those who called for his retirement after the UFC 121 loss to Cain Velasquez.
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