Mark Hunt knows a thing or two about the walk around knockout.



The 41-year-old powerhouse striker has esteemed the claim to fame of the one-shot fitting, most starting late finishing Frank Mir with a single blow Saturday at UFC Fight Night 85 in Brisbane, Australia.

To a couple, the stoppage had every one of the reserves of being severely composed. Regardless, Hunt saw something else that hailed the end.

“Direct to the point, he was quiet inconsiderate grounds when I saw him [after getting the punch],” Hunt said in the midst of the post-fight question and answer session. “His face was still…he hadn’t arrived, so I beginning late left it. He hadn’t arrived. He was out, somewhere else.”

After some laughing from those in coordinated effort, Hunt clarified on his novel affirmation.

“In light of current conditions, it’s true blue,” Hunt continued. “He hadn’t arrived. He was gone out.”

Pushing ahead, Hunt feelings he’s prepared for a matchup against one of the heavyweight division’s hotshots. While he has starting now been squashed by key five contenders Junior dos Santos, Stipe Miocic, Alistair Overeem and champion Fabricio Werdum, Hunt slant towards his chances in a rematch.


“I’d fight any of the top people,” Hunt said. “I could rematch any of those people – JDS, Stipe, the related with the belt…Fabricio…I’ve never lost a rematch, so I’d like to rematch any of those people.”

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