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According to Mark this has been the easiest cut of his career. The middleweight has lost almost 70 lbs to get to where he is now and doesn’t have much left to make the 186 lb limit. He said at the press conference that he is weighing 192 lbs and still sweating. Must be nice not having a major weight cut to be concerned about and in typical Reign Training Center fashion many of Mark’s teammates are their to support him. I think Saturday night is going to be the best Mark Munoz we have ever seen.
Mark Munoz weight loss before and after pictures
Mark Munoz UFC 162 vlog: Fighting Solo
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Mark Munoz rolls around with teammate and friend Jake Ellenberger in a sweat suit to get off the final few pounds before he steps on the scale this afternoon. When Mark weighs in he will have lost over 70 lbs in the last six months. That’s a major feat but what he really needs is a win. Makes me a little nervous seeing his foot tapped up but let’s hope that isn’t anything...
Mark Munoz is facing Tim Boetsch this weekend in a fight that he hopes will put his career back on the right path. Mark has been talked about for his huge physical transformation and seems to be very excited for this fight. A healthy and motivated Munoz is a top contender in the middleweight division for sure.
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Mark Munoz looking...
Mark Munoz (pictured) returned to the Octagon on Saturday night at UFC 162 after taking a year-long hiatus. During that time, Munoz battled injury, obesity and depression.
However, “The Filipino Wrecking Machine” came storming back with plenty to prove against a brutal opponent in Tim Boetsch. Munoz dominated most of the action, pulverizing Boetsch with his “Donkey Kong punches”...
Death, taxes and Donkey Kong punches from Mark Munoz. Thats what we saw tonight against Tim Boetsch. It was arguably the best we’ve ever seen Munoz, and he decimated the notoriously tough Boetsch with body shots and superior wrestling. In the next fight, we saw Tim Kennedy and Roger Gracie go at it in their collective UFC debuts, and Kennedy, using his superior wrestling...