Samoans are a proud people, and if they aren’t, they should be. Never mind having amazing hair, I’ve never met one that wasn’t bigger/stronger than me; possessing superhuman power well-suited for pummeling a home intruder or chopping down a tree with a low ‘leg-kick’. If that’s not a sign of Darwinism at work, then please acknowledge that whatever deity you believe in, he/she favors Samoans over you. If you’re Samoan, pat yourself on the back just because you’re physically gifted to those around you. If you aren’t…I’m sure there’s something else you’re good at. You’ll find it one day and we’ll write about it on this colorful website right alongside a picture why Mark Hunt is cooler anyway.
After a win over Chris Tuscherer at UFC 137, Mark “The Super Samoan” Hunt is back in his rhythm, despite feeling like he couldn’t defeat a wooden chair just a few months ago. Now Hunt feels he’s the best in the world, and he needs a few more fights to prove it.
“I think the lowest moment was every fight I was just losing and I just didn’t know what the hell was going on. I just couldn’t get it right. I didn’t know what it was. It was just a mental block. It didn’t matter who I fought, I would have just lost anyway. They could have put me in with a wooden chair and I still would have lost. It was just inside my mind and I had to break the cycle. I don’t think I’m sitting anywhere at the moment. I think a few more fights, three or four more fights for me to get into the picture at all. I don’t see myself anywhere in the heavyweight division, yet I still feel I’m the best on the planet of course or else I wouldn’t be doing it.”
Mark “The Super Samoan” Hunt returns to the UFC this weekend to fight Ben Rothwell in what he hopes to be the start of a glorious winning streak en route to the heavyweight championship belt. Otherwise, it’s back to South-East Asia where women will throw themselves at him and cater to his every desire, cause that’s how they roll. [Source]