Found February 27, 2012 on
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A man of few words, Mark Hunt let his fists do the talking today inside of the legendary Saitama Super Arena.
The New Zealander caught his French adversary early with a precise left hand on the jaw that left the Team Wolfslair fighter wobbled. Hunt maintained his composure refusing to follow his opponent. When the two exchanged again Hunt got the better of Kongo stunning him...
Mark Hunt is coming of an impressive win over Kongo this past Saturday night, so let’s take a moment to look back at one of Mark’s more famous moves…the Atomic Butt Drop. It’s a move straight out of WWE lore and Mr. Hunt brings it to the MMA. Wandy has never been the same after Mark busts him with his butt either, not sure I can blame him. It’s got to be deathly scarring...
In the fifth fight of the main event at UFC 144 at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan on Saturday night, Mark Hunt beat Cheick Kongo by TKO (punches) at 2:11 of the first round.
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When it was announced Mark Hunt was making his UFC debut, one of the last obligations the UFC had after its purchase of the Pride promotion, it was one of the biggest head-scratching moments of the time.
Hunt had been on a fairly unspectacular losing streak, and a loss to Sean McCorkle in his UFC debut at UFC 119 had cemented his status as a kickboxing star who had a moment of glory...
I feel like a teenage kid whose dad just gave him the keys to the family car. Hank Booth, in his ultimate wisdom (and complete lack of common sense) has handed over the reins The Weekend in Violence 3 Stars column to yours truly, Dan Rose. Well, I’m not one to overlook the little guy so this will include both the astonishing UFC 144 card and a gem from Legacy Fighting Friday...