Heavyweight contender opens up ahead of his bout with Junior Dos Santos.
He might normally be a man of few words, but his fists, elbows and kicks have said plenty during his nine years as a mixed martial artist.
Mark Hunt (9-7 MMA, 4-1 UFC) is preparing himself to take on Junior Dos Santos (15-2 UFC) as part of the co-main event at UFC 160 and the ‘Super Samoan’ knows this will be his last chance to put himself into the heavyweight title picture.
Currently the holder of the division’s longest winning streak at four, Hunt brings with him plenty of momentum as well as some of the heaviest hands in the division.
However, the former K1 kick-boxer has run into trouble trying to enter American ahead of the bout relating to an “incident” in 2002.
Rumors spread that Hunt had been arrested in New Zealand, however, the UFC is confident the bout between Hunt and Dos Santos on May 26 will go ahead as scheduled after they resolve a paperwork issue regarding his entry into the country.