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Watch: Mark Hunt Scores Yet Another Spectacular Walk-Off KO At UFC Brisbane

Mark Hunt’s nonchalance in the moments after his right-hand felled former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir was a thing to behold.

The Kiwi is a fan of the walk-off KO, but this was the mother and father of all walk-offs. As Mir lay on his back in a daze, Hunt took one look at him, shook his head dismissively and simply sauntered away.

We know one person who would have taken great enjoyment from that finish.

With the 1st round win, “The Super Samoan” moved to 12-10 as a professional. It’s not the most flattering of records on paper, but 6 of those defeats came between 2006 and 2010 when he was still adapting to MMA. Since joining the UFC he has lost on 3 occasions, however those setbacks came at the hands of Junior dos Santos, Fabricio Werdum  and Stipe Miocic – a terrifying trio indeed.

The win over Mir marked Hunt’s 2nd in a row.

Mir, however, dropped his 2nd on the trot, and his 6th in 8 fights. The 36-year-old veteran fell to 18-11 overall.

Elsewhere on the card, Neil Magny scored his 10th win in 11 bouts and claimed his most significant scalp to date with a brutal 3rd round TKO of Hector Lombard. Just before that, 21-year-old Australian Jake Matthews snapped the 12-fight winning streak of Johnny Case via 3rd round submission.

You can watch the finishes of each bout below….

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Author: The PA Team

This article was written by a member of The PA Team.