Whether it's WWE or UFC, Paul Heyman believes Brock Lesnar is a hall of famer.
Lesnar's four-year stint in MMA seemingly challenges the UFC Hall of Fame's undefined, intangible standards. It included three consecutive million pay-per-view buy rates with half of his eight career bouts having a UFC title at stake.
Can a fighter be a hall of famer with fewer than 10 career outings? With a UFC record that's one loss short of the .500 mark?