Found March 07, 2013 on
Mark has to be one of the nicest guys in MMA and it is great to see him back in the sport. Mark will face Tim Boetsch at UFC 162 on July 6th making it nearly a year lay off. We wish Mark a healthy training camp and look forward to seeing him compete again. Thanks to MMA Heat for the interview.
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According to MMAFighting, middleweight Mark Munoz will return to action against Tim Boetsch at UFC 162.
The event takes place July 6 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Either Mandalay Bay Events Center or the larger MGM Grand Garden Arena will host the gig.
Munoz had his four-fight winning streak snapped by Chris Weidman the last time he took center stage. “The Filipino Wrecking Machine”...
The Filipino Wrecking Machine headed to the Philippines to do some promotion for the UFC. Here is Mark taking the time to snap a picture with one of his many fans. Munoz has to be one of the nicest guys in the sport and look for him to make a strong return at UFC 162 against Tim Boetsch after almost a year absence due to injury.
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Mark Munoz is one of the most like guys in MMA, here he is visiting his local news station just this morning. Munoz vs Boetsch should be a war.
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Munoz has a unique perspective on this fight since he has coached and trained with Anderson and competed against Weidman. Hard to bet against the GOAT when he has proven himself time and time again. Thanks to Rick Lee for the video.
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Chris Weidman has sat idle for nearly a year waiting for a shot. He destroyed Mark Munoz and contenders fell by the wayside as Chris rehabbed his injured shoulder. Things fell into place for Weidman.
“Without a doubt, it feels like fate,” Weidman told MMA Fighting. “When I got injured, I was down, but I did feel like something better was going to happen out of this. I thought...