With Mike Tyson Ignoring His Cry for Help, UFC Legend Confesses About His“Suffering” After Joe Rogan’s Shoutout!
2024/02/11

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The UFC has given fight fans some legendary fighters who, to this day, have the ability to step into the ring and have a go like nothing has changed. Former UFC fighter and the first UFC heavyweight champ ever, Mark Coleman, is all set to return to combat sports. Having made his name in the world of MMA, the UFC legend is now preparing to fight a former boxing champion in a boxing bout.

The news that a legend like Mark Coleman is returning to the fight game had fans excited, and concerned. Coleman is pushing 60 (currently 58 years old) and is no longer the dominant MMA fighter that he used to be. But, no matter his age, the fire burns inside Coleman, who recently took to Instagram to share the story of his ‘suffering’ as he is seen putting in work ahead of his boxing bout.

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True fans of the sport of MMA need no introduction to the name Mark Coleman. That is why, when Coleman announced that he would be returning soon, fans were excited. It was later announced that he had signed on with Celebrity Boxing and his next opponent is going to be former champion Montell Griffin. This will mark Coleman’s boxing debut and the fight is scheduled to be held in October.

In the middle, Coleman had uploaded a video where he looked feeble and almost tripped over himself. The fans were worried for him. However, Coleman has decided that he will do this and recently uploaded a video on Instagram where .

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