On July 3, 2010, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the multitudes of UFC fans worldwide will witness the greatest heavyweight fight since “The Last Emperor” Fedor Emelianenko (31-2) faced Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovik (28-7-2) in 2005 when UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar (4-1) squares off with Interim Champion Shane Carwin (11-0) not only for the UFC crown, but also for the title of number one heavyweight fighter in the world. Never has there been a bout in the UFC heavyweight division between two such incredibly dominate fighters, not in terms of record per say, but in terms of results. Brock Lesnar is a giant of a man who is far more athletic than the majority of fighters from 185lbs up and he has utterly dominated everyone he has faced since his loss to Frank Mir (13-5). Shane Carwin is just as big, if not bigger, and has never taken more than four minutes to finish an opponent. This fight was already set to be one of the most anticipated bouts in UFC history, but with the fall of Fedor last Saturday, it has become positively epic. The only thing I worry about is how Brock and Shane plan to live up to all the hype in the 2 minutes 55 seconds their fights last on average.