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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 (photo) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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What do Mark Hunt and Jon Jones have in common? Both UFC fighters mangled their big toe in their last scrap.
Jones’ dislocation was far more gruesome, as his piggy was on full display for television cameras to capture. Hunt, on the other hand (or foot, in this case), didn’t reveal his fracture until a couple of days after getting knocked out by Junior dos Santos.
On Monday, Hunt...
Tweet The headlining fight of UFC 160 was between heavyweights Cain Velasquez and Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva. That fight ended via TKO in the first round, however, the headliner didn’t provide the best knockout of the evening. That came from a fight between two other heavyweights, Junior Dos Santos and Mark Hunt. In the third round [...]
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...
UFC 160 kicked things off with a featherweight contest between Jeremy 'Lil Heathen' Stephens and Estevan Payan. Stephens opened up Payan with a hellbow early on in the bout that had him leaking like a faucet. This Jackson Pollock special created by Stephens would be the new canvas that the remainder of the fights would be contested on. While Stephens did set the stage for...
It's always interesting to observe mixed martial arts (MMA) and how differently the sport is played out in various divisions, and how tactics unfold accordingly.
For example, few top contenders below heavyweight could expect to stay there for long without a proven good gas tank, while bouts below the 155-170 range, and especially down at 125-135, often resemble lengthy kickboxing...
Mark Hunt suffered a broken toe in the first round of the UFC 160 co-main event bout with Junior dos Santos on Saturday. What’s up with toe’s lately.
Junior Dos Santos Interview
JDS KO’s Hunt With Spinning Wheel Kick
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...
Former heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos poses next to his walk out shirts inside Nike Town Las Vegas. Junior has definitely take some damage in his last two fights, hopefully he gets some time off before stepping back in with Cain.
Mark Hunt Had Toe Problems
JDS KO’s Hunt With Spinning Wheel Kick
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.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today issued its list of medical suspensions for UFC 160: "Velasquez vs. Bigfoot 2," which took place on Sat., May 25, 2013, from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Considering the damage sustained by a handful of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighters on the pay-per-view (PPV) main card, as well as the "Prelims...
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...