Brock Lesnar announced his resignation from Mixed Martial Arts after the game 141 against Alistair Overeem.
Overeem stopped Lesnar after just one strong kick at his body of the first round 2:26 in the heavyweight division last Friday night.
Brock was the most famous UFC pay-per-view star in the Heavy Weight Division. But he was gone for 14 months due to his disease.
In the first round, Lesnar could not recover from Overeem’s kick.
Lesnar is a former NCAA champion and went to the different division, MMA.
Recently, he just played three times because he has Diverticulitis, an intestinal illness that nearly killed the star.
Brock revealed in an interview, “I’ve really had a difficult couple of years with my disease, and I’m going to officially say tonight is the last time. ”
“This is the last time you will see me in the Octagon.”
He added, “I promised my wife and kids, If I won this fight I would get a title shot, and that would be my last fight. But if I lost tonight, you’ve been great.”
Overeem was three years younger that Lesnar but much more experienced than him.
His next fight will be with Junior Dos Santos who watched in their game.
Alistair is a champion kickboxer and just joined MMA last September.
He said, “Today was all about bad intentions. First, or second round, I promised.. I worked on my take down defense a lot. Brock is an excel, so I had to step up my game.”
Lesnar’s last fight before Alistair was against Cain Velasquez in October 2010 and canceled a game against Junior Dos Santos last June in Vancouver.