Frank Mir discusses Brock Lesnars 'feminine chest muscles' and tattoo

UFC heavyweight Frank Mir just can't stop talking about one of his past rivals in the octagon.

It appears that even though Brock Lesnar is long gone from MMA, former nemesis Frank Mir still can't hold back from taking shots at the current WWE superstar. UFC Tonight aired a segment that showed their UFC 81 fight (Lesnar's UFC debut) from Frank's eyes. He had a couple of complimentary things to say, but they just led into Mir making fun of Lesnar's pecs and famous sword tattoo:

"He flexed and I said, 'Man, you see how big his back is?' To see a guy who's six-four and that thick, and long muscles on top of that, athletically moving, I was impressed. It's funny how things hit you."

"I was like, 'I know why he got the tattoo. It was to take everybody's mind off the fact that he has boobs.' You know they kind of hang...when he jumps, they bounce up and down. So I thought, 'Oh, it's a diversion. Look at my dumb tattoo so you can keep your mind off my very feminine chest muscles.’"

Of course, Mir ended up winning the fight via kneebar in one of the more famous fights in UFC history. The two men rematches at UFC 100 for Lesnar's heavyweight championship with Brock coming out on top that time via TKO. There's almost no chance of the third bout ever taking place, but leave it to Mir to keep even the faintest hope alive.

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