ESPN with a five-hour Brock Lesnar marathon on Sunday

ESPN will be airing a five-hour Brock Lesnar marathon on WrestleMania Sunday, starting at 6AM and going up until 11AM. The marathon, which is mostly UFC-related, will air on ESPN2.

The schedule will start with Lesnar vs Alistair Overeem at 6AM, then Lesnar vs Shane Carwin at 7AM, Lesnar vs Cain Velasquez at 7:30AM, and Lesnar vs Randy Couture at 8AM. At 9AM, ESPN2 will air the 2000 NCAA Wrestling Championship which Lesnar won.

ESPN’s E:60 ​​feature on Brock Lesnar from 2009 will also re-air as part of Sunday morning’s SportsCenter.

Then at 3PM, ESPN will air an encore presentation of WrestleMania 35 which featured the first-ever women’s main event at a WrestleMania. This is the third and final WrestleMania that ESPN will air having previously aired WrestleMania XXX and 32.

All telecasts will stream via the ESPN App as well.

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