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Former heavyweight champion Junior Dos Santos earned himself another rematch with Cain Velasquez with a spectacular knockout victory over Mark Hunt at UFC 160. Aside from Velasquez, Hunt was easily the most dangerous and experienced striker Junior had ever faced. Only the best strikers on the planet can out-box Mark Hunt, and Dos Santos proved himself worthy of this status by being the first man to knock Hunt out in the UFC. He reminded us once again why the stand-up war is his domain because if the surging Hunt couldn’t out-point or stop Junior Dos Santos on the feet, it doesn’t look like any other top contenders will be able to either.
If only Cain Velasquez was willing to stand with Junior Dos Santos.
In their first meeting, Cain Velasquez stood right in front of Junior Dos Santos and got knocked out within a matter of minutes. In their second meeting, Cain used his incomparable cardio to constantly make Junior move while pressuring him against the cage; causing Dos Santos to s...
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On Saturday, UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt suffered a broken toe during the first round of his loss in a bout against Junior Dos Santos at UFC 160. In order to properly document the injury, Hunt posted a disgusting photo om Monday to his Facebook page providing ample evidence just how messed up his toe was [...]The post UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt posts disgusting image of fractured toe...
Junior dos Santos (pictured) was a heavy 4-to-1 odds-on favorite to dispose of Mark Hunt on Saturday night at UFC 160. Dos Santos eventually did what he was supposed to do, but the former heavyweight champ did so in a manor nobody had ever seen from him before.
“Cigano” rocked Hunt several times throughout their shootout with some vicious overhand rights, but that was to be...
Mark Hunt (pictured) proved once again he’s got a chin made of granite after refusing to stay down after eating several bombs from Junior dos Santos at UFC 160 – before ultimately succumbing to a highlight reel spinning heel kick, of course. Unfortunately for Hunt, his toes are made of human bone just like the rest of us.
According to “The Super Samoan,” he broke one of...
When fans descended on Sin City for UFC 160 they knew that chances were they would have one if not two solid heavyweight fights on their hands. Cain Velasquez did his part against Antonio Silva, but did Junior Dos Santos do his part against Mark Hunt?
Junior is known as a boxer so the fact that he came out with his spinning, round house kick...
Junior dos Santos won the UFC heavyweight title in 2011 by beating Cain Velasquez at UFC on FOX, but he gave it back to Velasquez a year later. Reflecting on his December loss to Velasquez, JDS says he overtrained for the fight. Dos Santos told Yahoo! Sports’ Kevin Iole that he peaked about 15 days [...]
In the UFC 160 main event and co-main event of the evening, Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos both proved why they are the top of the heap in the Heavyweight division, with each man earning impressive stoppage victories over their opponents.
Most believed former UFC heavyweight champ Junior dos Santos punched his top contender ticket when he knocked out Mark Hunt on Saturday with a spinning heel kick. UFC president Dana White subsequently confirmed during the UFC 160 post-fight press conference that dos Santos will in fact face current champion Cain Velasquez for a third time.
“No brainer,” White said of arranging...
UFC Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez has had some impressive wins in the octagon. His resume speaks for itself above.
Cain vs JDS III “A No-Brainer”
Dana White Does Pull Ups To Rage
Cain Velasquez def. Antonio Silva via first-round TKO : Pure domination by Cain once again. It’s a truly incredible act, considering the insane size difference in the fight. Bigfoot just couldn’t get anything going once again and Cain was able to time the big man looking to shoot in, connecting with a HUGE uppercut that flattened Silva. Cain then finished him off with...
“UFC 160: Velasquez vs. Bigfoot II” will be jumping off Saturday inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Facebook kicks off tonight’s festivities by streaming three preliminary bouts at approximately 6:35PM ET/3:35PM PT.
Fans simply have to “Like” the UFC’s Facebook page in order to watch the scraps live.
FX will then broadcast the remaining four prelims starting...
Today the Nevada State Athletic Commission released the medical suspensions for UFC 160 to BoneSnapper.com and three of the main card fighters are facing up to six months of suspension. Heavyweight Mark Hunt, light heavyweight contender Glover Teixeira and two-time lightweight title challenger Gray Maynard all could be out for as much as 180 days. Four fighters on the [...]
The Nevada State Athletic Commission has medically suspended 16 of the 24 athletes who competed in Saturday’s “UFC 160: Velasquez vs. Bigfoot II” event.
Gray Maynard (pictured), Glover Teixeira and Mark Hunt were issued the longest bans. They each could be riding the pine for up to six months, but can return to action sooner with a doctor’s note.
UFC 160 took place inside...
Main Card Cain Velasquez def. Antonio Silva by TKO (Ref Stoppage, 1st Round, 1:21) -Junior Dos Santos def. Mark Hunt by KO (3rd Round, 4:18) -Glover Teixeira def. James Te Huna by Submission (Guillotine, 1st Round, 2:38) -T.J. Grant def. Gray Maynard by TKO (Ref Stoppage, 1st Round, 2:07) -Donald Cerrone def. K.J. Noons by [...]