Stefan Struve vs. Mark Hunt Finalizes All Heavyweight Main Card for UFC 146 (MMAWeekly.com)


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An all-heavyweight main card for UFC 146 is set with the addition of Stefan Struve versus former K-1 fighter Mark Hunt. UFC president Dana White confirmed the new bout to Yahoo! Sports on Wednesday. At only 24 years of age, Dutch fighter Stefan Struve has already faced a lifetime of competition inside the Octagon. The six-foot-11-inch fighter has taken on some of the toughest heavyweights in his UFC career, and while he’s faced a few defeats, he’s currently riding a two-fight win streak with vic view original article >>

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