Brock Lesnar has defeated Mark Hunt in UFC 200 to make a successful return to Octagon. It was a unanimous decision win as Brock Lesnar Dominated from start to finish. He has yet to comment whether it was one off fight or he might return permanently.
After pretty underwhelming first half of the first round Brock Lesnar finally had Mark Hunt on the ground but Hunt was quickly back up on his feet and threw couple of blows to Lesnar. He again had him on the canvas and this time threw wild punches which became the feature of the fight.
Brock Lesnar impressed on the night against one of the hardest punchers in MMA but size advantage helped in great deal. When asked about his future in the sport he was more realistic but left the window open for a return.
Mark Hunt on the other hand conceded that the early blows took the sting out of him and he never really went beyond first gear. But he is already looking forward to a return by the end of the year.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar will be making his much awaited return to octagon this Saturday night, 09 July 2016 in Las Vegas, USA. It will be a UFC ppv event with several other big fights on the undercards featuring the likes of Women champion Miesha Tate defending her title against Amanda Nunes while Anderson Silva takes on Cormier. Jose Aldo also fight Edgar while Cain Velasquez takes on Travis Browne in what looks like a massive fight night for the MMA fans.
US viewers can of course buy the PPV event via their local cable operations or visit ufc.com/event/UFC-200 to get further information how to get live access in your part of the country. International viewers can check their local TV listing or they can buy the international fight pass on UFC.com to watch the live action on UFC official website via their live streams.
Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt: Brock Lesnar is coming back into the Octagon after several years away from the sport and he looked big as ever in the official weigh-in on Friday while Mark Hunt who is known as knockout artist clearly looks the shorter man and will go into the fight as slight underdog. If you missed the live action of UFC 200, you don’t need to worry as we will be placing full fight replay videos of most of the big fights right here on this page.
Below is the schedule for the fight night on Saturday, 09 July in what will be a loaded UFC fight card. Here is the details and schedule how the night will pan out.
|UFC 200 (Early Prelims)||6:30 p.m ET / 3:30 p.m PT|
|UFC 200 (FS1 Prelims)||8:00 p.m ET / 5:00 p.m PT|
|UFC 200 (Main-Card Starts)||10:00 p.m ET / 7:00 p.m PT|
|Undercard 1||Cain Velasquez vs Travis Browne @10:00 pm ET|
|Undercard 2||Daniel Comier vs Anderson Silva @10:30 pm|
|Undercard 3||Jose Aldo vs Frankie Edgar @11:00 pm|
|Co-Featured||Meisha Tate vs Amanda Nunes @11:30 pm|
|Main-Event||Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt @12:00 pm|