UFC 209 Results: Alistair Overeem's Brutal Knee Puts Down Mark Hunt

UFC 209 Results: Alistair Overeem's Brutal Knee Puts Down Mark Hunt

I was like low energy. I'm sick of it.

"I've fought him before". Take away the code of armor, which is steroids, and they become average again.

Ngannou happened to appear at the press conference as well but UFC president Dana White hinted that he had other plans for the Frenchman, who is fresh off a knockout over former heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski in his last fight.

The 42-year-old New Zealand knockout artist has accused the UFC of fraud, racketeering and negligence in a wide-ranging suit filed earlier this year.

Australian-based MMA fighter Mark Hunt has taken to social media to assure his fans he is ok after breaking his leg and copping two brutal knees to the head during his bout against Alistair Overeem at UFC 209.

"I was forced to be here, come on", Hunt said.

"I got really sick and yesterday at the weigh-ins I was out", said the fighter.

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"I haven't done nothing wrong here, so why should I be the outsider here?"

"I didn't want to be in this position".

"I feel like (PED users) don't deserve to be here, and I've said it many times, but until someone loses their life, that's when people are going to look differently at it".

HIs opponent, Overeem, has had his fair share of history with performance enhancing drugs.

With a 5-1 record over his past six fights, Overeem is still ranked in the top five and could face any number of potential opponents in the heavyweight division but he has his sights set on three fighters in particular. As a result, the NSAC handed down a nine-month suspension to the Dutch fighter.

Of course, Hunt would rally back like he often does. "Put in a clause that if he gets caught doping, once he's been processed by USADA or whatever, his money should go all over to the guy that's worked hard to get there, that didn't cheat". Why should I have to deal with it?Bottom line, these guys are dirty cheaters.

"I would have got a new contract, everything was rosy, it would have been good for me and would have been good for my family, but it's not the right thing to do. "(But) what am I supposed to do, keep coming to work and fighting steroid cheaters?

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