Mark Hunt Gets Skinny Ahead Of UFC Return, Appears To Be In The Shape Of His Life

UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt is gearing up for his big return to the UFC. Now it would appear that “The Super Samoan” is in the best shape of his life, as the fighter is looking skinny ahead of UFC 221.

UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt at the post fight presser

Hunt recently pulled himself out of a knockout loss to former top contender Alistair Overeem. Getting back inside the winning column, Hunt earned a TKO victory over Derrick Lewis at UFC Fight Night 110. Now “The Super Samoan” is gearing up for another heavyweight war.

UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt admits he's got brain damage due to years of getting hit in the head during his fight career.

Hunt is locked in to fight Curtis Blaydes at UFC 221. The event will go down on Feb. 10 inside the Perth Arena in Perth, Western Australia.

Blaydes is now on a winning streak, having most recently earned a TKO by way of doctor stoppage over Alexey Oleynik. Now the two heavyweight warriors will be throwing down for fight fans around the world to determine their division dominance.

Mark Hunt believes his removal from the main event of UFC Fight Night Australia is a personal attack against him by UFC President Dana White.

In anticipation for the match up, Mark Hunt has taken to Instagram to share a picture of himself with his team. The fighter can be seen looking in potentially the best shape of his life.

Check it out in the Instagram post below:

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