The two men meet this weekend in Las Vegas
On a card that includes three title fights, the most eagerly anticipated bout at UFC 200 does not even have a belt on the line.
Four-and-a-half years after he was last in the octagon, Brock Lesnar returns to action this Saturday night, when he faces Mark Hunt.
"The Super Samoan" goes into the fight as the favourite, but will also give up a considerable size advantage to Lesnar. Despite that, Hunt has only gameplan for Lesnar.
Speaking in the latest UFC Embedded episode, Hunt was very straight forward about his plans for the current WWE wrestler.
"I'm just going to go and punch him in the face until he doesn't get up. Punch him the the face! Punch him the the face! Punch him the the face! And then, punch him in the face a few more times. It's the simplest game plan ever."
Lesnar's fight with Hunt, is the co-main event at UFC 200. It will be followed by the UFC light-heavyweight title fight between Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones.
The interim featherweight title will also be on the line as Jose Aldo meets Frankie Edgar. The winner will be expected to fight Conor McGregor to unify the titles.
Miesha Tate also defends he women's bantamweight title against Amanda Nunes in Las Vegas.