Instead of asking Mark Hunt if he wanted to stop, officials should have forced him to
In retrospect, the doctor should have been a clue. The doctor meant well. The doctor was a great big red flag.
It happened between the fourth and fifth rounds in the headliner of Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 65 event at Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Standing over the series of misshapen lumps that had very recently resembled Mark Hunt, this cageside doctor leaned in close and asked, “Mark, can you honestly see?”
UFC Fight Night 65: Hunt vs Miocic - Weigh-In Results
UFC Fight Night 65: Hunt vs. Miocic Weigh-in Results
Main Card (on UFC Fight Pass)
Stipe Miocic (243) vs. Mark Hunt (266)
-Brad Tavares (184) vs. Robert Whittaker (185)
-Anthony Perosh (205) vs. Sean O’Connell (205)
-Jake Matthews (155) vs. James Vick (156)
Preliminary Card (on UFC Fight Pass)
-Hatsu Hioki (146) vs. Daniel Hooker (145)
-Kyle Noke (170) vs. Jonavin Webb (170)
-Daniel Kelly (186) vs. Sam Alvey (185)
-Bec Rawlings (115) vs. Lisa Ellis (115)
-Dylan Andrews (185) vs. Brad Scott (185)
-Alex Chambers (115) vs. Kailin Curran (116)
-Vik Grujic (170) vs. Brandan O’Reilly (170)
-Alptekin Ozkilic (126) vs. Ben Nguyen (126)
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Eight of Miocic’s twelve wins are by knockout, while seven of Hunt’s victories are by knockout. Hunt, a former kickboxing world champion, is known for his ability to end a fight with one shot, but Miocic isn’t worried about his opponent’s punching power...
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