Mark Hunt Will Not Go Gently into That Good Night

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Mark Hunt Will Not Go Gently into That Good Night

At 43 years, 2 months and 20 days old, Mark Hunt is the oldest fighter on the UFC roster. Instead of being called “old,” he’d probably prefer to be called “timeless.” For years, the best heavyweights in the world have been trying to close out his career with no luck. The UFC once tried to pay him to go away. He’s been knocked out four times in the last four years. And yet he persists and finds a way to work himself back into the mix.

On Saturday night (Sunday in New Zealand), Hunt extended his career, perhaps to the disappointment of UFC brass. Facing the surging Derrick Lewis—a man 11 years his junior—Hunt took another dip into the fountain of youth, taking over late for a fourth-round technical knockout.

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