Brock Lesnar v Mark Hunt | UFC 200 | MMA | UBET

UFC 200 features Australian resident Mark Hunt challenging former WWE wrestling legend and returning MMA star Brock Lesnar for the heavyweight championship. Hunt is a 42-year-old Kiwi of Samoan descent and opened as the early favourite with UBET to topple his opponent. Lesnar is making his highly anticipated return to the sport after spending five years in the wilderness, so it is a bit of a lottery as to which Brock Lesnar shows up on Sunday.

Aside from the feature heavyweight bout between Mark Hunt and Brock Lesnar, there are also a host of other fights scheduled to take place in UFC 200. Female champion Miesha Tate has proven popular with UBET punters as she opened at $1.35 to knock-off Brazilian challenger Amanda Nunes who was $3.20 for the win. Other fights of interest with UBET are; Jose Aldo v Frankie Edgar, Travis Browne v Cain Velasquez and of course, the main event, with Jon Jones facing outsider Daniel Cormier once more for the unified UFC light heavyweight title!

Brock Lesnar | UFC | UBET



  • Brock Lesnar has a W-L-D record of 5-3-0 in the UFC, while opponent ‘Super Samoan’ Mark Hunt has a 12-10-1 record throughout his career.
  • Each fighter weighs in at 265 pounds, however it is Lesnar with a height and reach advantage. Lesnar stands at 6’3” (81” reach) compared to Hunt’s 5’10” (72” reach).
  • The heavyweight division at UFC level has yielded more champions than any other weight class in the history of the competition, producing 17 belt holders.
  • Returning champion Brock Lesnar has a striking accuracy of 73% compared to Mark Hunt’s measly 44%.
  • Brock Lesnar’s last two fights have been losses to Overeem and Valasquez after he had previously won his three matches before. Mark Hunt, on the other hand, has won his last two fights over Mir and Silva.
  • STARTING ODDS: $2.45

Mark Hunt | UFC | UBET



  • The most strikes in one fight in UFC history was 361 by Stipe Miocic against Mark Hunt at UFC 65. Miocic went on to win that heavyweight title.
  • Both of these orthodox fighters have differing average fight times in their respective careers; Hunt’s average is 9:24 while Lesnar’s is almost half that at 5:49.
  • No heavyweight champion has defended their title more than twice, with Brock Lesnar one of four champs who have achieved that feat.
  • The fastest fights in UFC history have lasted seven seconds; at UFC 102, Todd Duffee knocked out Tim Hague in seven seconds. That mark was matched by Chan Sung Jung against Mark Hominick at UFC 140 and again by Ryan Jimmo against Anthony Perosh at UFC 149.
  • The two fighters’ takedown accuracy is very similar with Lesnar’s 57% slightly superior to Hunt’s 55%.