The Paris-born fighter watched with envy as former wrestling star Lesnar dethroned Randy Couture inside two rounds to claim the heavyweight title at UFC '91 in Las Vegas. Kongo said: "I'm disappointed because he got the title so fast." Since winning in the first round of his UFC debut against Gilbert Aldana, Kongo has struggled to put together enough wins to justify a title shot, however. He won a convincing victory over Mirko Cro Cop at UFC 75 but a split-decision points defeat to Heath Herring at UFC 82 moved him back down the pecking order. Kongo said: "Everytime I try to get this (title), but most of the time someone keeps me back. I would like to come back here in the cage and prove I deserve it." Kongo will next face newcomer Mustapha Al-Turk at UFC 92 as he makes another attempt at muscling in on the sport's elite. "I don't think I'm a star, you know, or a super fighter, I just try to get better, I just try to get this title you know. That is why I am here." The fight is another step on the long road to a potential title shot for Kongo, but he remains adamant that he will not still be fighting at 45 years old, like Couture. "I don't want to be be an old guy with a lot of injuries, walking like c--p. It's not for me."