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Mark MunozVitals6'0" 185 lbs (Middleweight)71" reach, OrthodoxFebruary 19, 1978Record12-2 (UFC: 7-2)Current Streak4 straight winsTrainingNCAA Champion & Two-Time NCAA All-American wrestlerPurple belt in Brazilian Jiu-JitsuChampionships HeldNone
Strengths- strong wrestler- aggressive, relentless ground and pound- very physically powerful fighter- lands a lot of takedowns- able to control fights due to his strength and wrestling- great cardioWeaknesses- poor takedown & takedown defense percentages (23% & 61% respectively)- doesn't possess much of a submission game- getting up there in age- is a bit of a "one trick pony" - relies heavily on ground and pound to win- not much "one punch" knockout power on his feet- can be knocked outSynopsisMark Munoz's success in the cage depends on one thing - can he take his opponent down? Because if he can, he more than likely will ground and pound his way to victory.Click here to visit our F...
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Mark Munoz and Chris Weidman are set for a key middleweight clash in the main event at UFC on Fuel TV 4 on Wednesday, July 11th. An impressive win by either fighter should put them on the short list for a possible title shot.
Munoz (12-2) has put together a four fight winning streak which includes victories over Demian Maia and Chris Leben. He was scheduled to face Chael Sonnen...
A key middleweight tilt between Mark Munoz and Chris Weidman is official as both fighters successfully made weight on Tuesday. Munoz and Weidman both weighed in at 186-pounds for their five round main event bout at UFC on FUEL TV 4.
In the co-main event of the card, James Te Huna will take on Joey Beltran in a battle of light heavyweight brawlers.
UFC on FUEL TV 4 takes place from...
Today’s UFC on FUEL 4 weigh-ins took place at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California.
In the main event, both Mark Munoz and Chris Weidman successfully made weight for their pivotal middleweight bout. As the two former collegiate wrestlers faced off, they both dropped into wrestling stances and exchanged friendly smiles. All other competitors made weight without incident.
If you thought the Octagon would be taking a brief hiatus following Saturday’s UFC 148 extravaganza, the planet’s premier mixed martial arts promotion was actually just getting warmed up. The Ultimate Fighting Championship is right back at it Wednesday with “UFC on FUEL TV: Munoz vs. Weidman.”
A critical middleweight showdown with Mark Munoz (Pictured) and Chris Weidman...
Say whatever you want about the UFC, but no one can accuse them of being slow. With the octagon barely packed up from a landmark Pay Per View event at UFC 148, they are heading back to the land of free TV for UFC on Fuel TV 4 this Wednesday night. Related posts:
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All the fighters slated to participate in tomorrow night’s “UFC on FUEL TV: Munoz vs. Weidman” event will be tipping the scale today inside HP Pavilion in San Jose, California. The first athlete is scheduled to weigh-in at approximately 7PM ET/4PM PT.
Please click HERE if you would like to stream today’s weight competition.
Middleweights Mark Munoz (Pictured) and Chris Weidman...
“UFC on FUEL TV: Munoz vs. Weidman” takes place Wednesday inside HP Pavilion in San Jose, California. The first preliminary bout is scheduled to start at approximately 5:45PM ET/2:45PM PT. Make sure to stay with 5thRound.com all night for our live coverage.
Facebook will kick off the festivities by streaming five prelims. Fans simply have to “Like” the UFC’s page in order...
The official weigh-ins for “UFC on FUEL TV: Munoz vs. Weidman” take place today inside HP Pavilion in San Jose, California. Stream Tuesday’s weight contest live right here on 5thRound.com starting at 7PM ET/4PM PT.
Middleweights Chris Weidman (Pictured) and Mark Munoz headline the freebie fight card. A light heavyweight battle between James Te Huna and Joey Beltran serves...
So with the defeat of Chael Sonnen at the hands of UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva, it leaves the division wide open for a new number one contender. It is a spot UFC middleweight Mark Munoz feels he deserves as he firmly believes that if he would have not injured his elbow he would of [...]
Full Results from San Jose: Mark Munoz (186) vs. Chris Weidman (186) James Te Huna (205) vs. Joey Beltran (205) Aaron Simpson (171) vs. Kenny Robertson (170) Karlos Vemola (186) vs. Francis Carmont (186) T.J. Dillashaw (136) vs. Vaughan Lee (135) Rafael dos Anjos (156) vs. Anthony Njokuani (156) Damacio Page (136) vs. Alex Caceres [...]