Win or lose at UFC 100, Mark Coleman isn't calling it quits on his fighting career

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emfleek
7/9/09 2:23:38PM
Win or lose, whether he's with the UFC or not, 44-year-old Mark Coleman isn't calling it quits on his fighting career anytime soon.

The former NCAA Division I national wrestling champion and 1992 Olympian (and UFC 10 and UFC 11 tournament winner, first-ever UFC heavyweight champion, 2000 PRIDE Openweight Grand Prix champ and UFC Hall of Famer) said Saturday's UFC 100 fight with Stephan Bonnar will in no way be his last.

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Twenty20Dollars
7/9/09 2:35:43PM
Im gonna wait and see what happens after his fight because alot can change between now and saturday night. He might change his mind.
2hotty
7/9/09 2:48:03PM
Both of these fighters are going to have problems finishing the fight period . With Coleman barely going to be able to get out of the first round & Bonnars less than stellar performances . I hope to see Coleman doing more fights, he is entertaining to watch. still think this one is going to the judges.
whardin19
7/9/09 8:21:45PM
He might not quit, but the Athletic Commision might make him quit. They barely gave him a license to fight in this fight. After he gets whipped in this fight there's no way they'll give him another license.
clintjack
7/9/09 9:24:18PM

Posted by emfleek

Win or lose, whether he's with the UFC or not, 44-year-old Mark Coleman isn't calling it quits on his fighting career anytime soon."






He needs too.
theguido
7/10/09 7:41:53AM

Posted by whardin19

He might not quit, but the Athletic Commision might make him quit. They barely gave him a license to fight in this fight. After he gets whipped in this fight there's no way they'll give him another license.


I disagree there are alot more fighters in worse shape or older as long as he remains copetitive he'll be ok
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