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UFC on FOX 13: Watch Junior Dos Santos wheel kick KO Mark Hunt

Former UFC heavyweight champion Junior “Cigano” Dos Santos is one of the most dangerous strikers in MMA today, and could potentially be the most vicious knockout artist in the sport. When he and fan-favorite Mark Hunt were scheduled to meet each other at UFC 160, fans expected an all-out striking war, and that is exactly what they were granted. Prior to watching Dos Santos return...
Via Fight Hub TV
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Fabricio Werdum beats Mark Hunt with flying knee (Video)

Fabricio Werdum beat Mark Hunt at UFC 180 in Mexico City Saturday with a vicious flying knee to claim the interim heavyweight title. The knockout occurred during the second round and it was surreal. Werdum caught Hunt open and punished him by punting his noggin like a football. Hunt was knocked out cold:
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Fabricio Werdum TKO’s Mark Hunt To Become Interim Champ At UFC 180

Fabricio Werdum went toe-to-toe with Mark Hunt tonight in the main event of UFC 180 and despite being knocked down himself a few times, he rallied to TKO him in the second to become the UFC’s new interim heavyweight champion. Round One: The main event of the evening is underway. Werdum lands a solid low leg kick to start. Hunt lands one of his own. Hunt taps Werdum’s chin with...
Via Fight Of The Night
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

This UFC 180 Duck Hunt promo is ridiculous

On Saturday night in Mexico City at UFC 180, Mark Hunt and Fabricio Werdum will face off for the interim UFC Heavyweight Title. The UFC put together this short, hilarious hype video for the fight, featuring Hunt starring in a Duck Hunt parody. Fantastic. It should be a great fight, and if Hunt manages to knock out Werdum, the MMA world will explode. The post This UFC 180 Duck Hunt...
Via Awful Announcing
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Four Reasons Mark Hunt Won’t Win The Interim Title At UFC 180

This Saturday night (November 15, 2014) No. 4-ranked UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt will take on No. 1 Fabricio Werdum for the interim title in the main event of the UFC 180 pay-per-view (PPV) from Mexico City, Mexico. It’s a golden opportunity for the power-slugging Hunt, as a window opened for him to make a quick turnaround for his long-awaited UFC title shot when champion Cain Velasquez...
Via Fight Of The Night
November 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Mark Hunt Focusing On Weight Cut For Title Fight At UFC 180

Mark Hunt was recently handed the opportunity of a lifetime when Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta asked him if he’d step in at short notice for an interim heavyweight title fight against Fabricio Werdum at UFC 180. Hunt, who knocked out Roy Nelson just a month ago, says he immediately said yes when asked about the fight, but confesses that since he hadn’t been anticipating getting...
Via Fight Of The Night
October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

40-Year-old Mark Hunt defying the odds with unlikely shot at interim belt

As always, injuries are the mother of opportunity for mixed martial artists, but being in the right situation when a promotion comes calling for a replacement is the difference between having a chance to capitalize on that opportunity, and adding another ”I almost” story to an unlikely contender’s post-fight career. Earlier this week, one of those potentially career-making...
Via Sports-Glory
October 25, 2014  |  Discuss

King of Violence 2013: Mark Hunt

The 2013 award for 'King of Violence' goes to The Super Samoan Mark Hunt.Entering the UFC at thirty-six years of age with a 5-6 record, nobody gave Mark Hunt hope of being anything other than a short term UFC also-ran. Boy, didn't he prove everyone wrong. As the story goes, UFC president Dana White offered to pay Hunt for the remaining fights left on his contract following the Pride...
Via hov-mma
January 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Mark Hunt Posts Photo of Broken Hand Following Epic Fight

On Friday night, Mark Hunt and Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva took part in arguably the greatest heavyweight contest in UFC history as they fought for five thrilling rounds to the delight of the Aussie crowd. The two fought to a majority draw, a satisfying result considering the effort both put into the contest. Following the match, Hunt received x-rays at the hospital to find his hand...
Via The Flying Knee MMA
December 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Hunt, Bigfoot draw in brutal UFC Fight Night main event

The beauty of prizefighting is that two men bare their souls to the world. No one really knows what kind of resolve a man can muster until faced with the adversity of fighting for his consciousness. The draw of prizefighting comes in witnessing just how far they can go. Mark Hunt and Antonio Silva provided another example on Saturday night at the Brisbane Entertainment Center, fighting...
Via Fox Sports
December 07, 2013  |  Discuss
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