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When you’re Dating Mark Hunt’s Daughter
He earned a position as No. One of his altercation outside a nightclub, shortly after being released from jail for the second time changed the course of his life. Hunt knocked out multiple people in the late night brawl that lasted only a few minutes and this impressed one of the bouncers; Sam Marsters who later invited him to his gym to start a formal training. The invitation guided Hunt towards his eventual career in the UFC. Mark Hunt started out his kickboxing career at a Muay Thai kickboxing match a week after being picked up by Sam Marsters. He won the match through knockout and was rewarded with six-packs of beer. Hunt moved to Sydney, Australia that year to continue training and a few years later, he settled in Liverpool Kickboxing Gym under an instructor named Hape Ngaranoa. At first, he was used by promoters as a stepping stone for their upcoming fighters and would usually take up fights at short notice. However, after K-1 Oceania tournament was promoted in February , Hunt entered his first K-1 tournament as a heavy underdog. He became the K-1 World Grand Prix champion, by unanimous decision, after defeating his Brazilian opponent, Francisco Filho who is a Kyokushin karate champion.
Mark Richard Hunt  born 23 March is a New Zealand mixed martial artist and former kickboxer of Samoan descent,  currently living in Sydney, Australia. He is known as "King of Walk-Offs" by walking away and stopping attacks before the referee officially ends the match. Hunt was born in South Auckland , into a large Samoan family, and was a troubled child eventually leading to two jail terms for violent offending. In the beginning of his career, Hunt was used by the promoters as a stepping stone for their up-and-coming fighters, taking up fights at short notice, until Tarik Solak promoted K-1 Oceania tournament in February