Mark Hunt ended his career by knocking out an unbeaten fighter. This is the veteran’s first victory in boxing: video


Aware Super Theatre, Sydney, Australia. Legendary kickboxer, former popular MMA fighter New Zealander Mark Hunt (1-2-1, 1 KO) today had his last fight in his career. The 48-year-old veteran won for the first time in boxing, and he did it by knockout.

In the 4th round, he stopped the ex-footballer and hitherto unbeaten Australian heavyweight
Sonny Bill Williams (9-1, 4 KOs).

Hunt rushed at the opponent with sweeping and readable overhands. He seemed to see everything, went well on his feet, but soon got tired of working as the second number.

In the 4th three-minute period, Williams gaped: he was clearly expecting a sweeping overhand, and Hunt struck with a neat right straight. The ropes saved the ex-footballer from falling. The New Zealander rushed to finish off the opponent, forcing the referee to stop the fight.

Cool finish to a cool career! Beautiful!

MMA legend Mark Hunt has just knocked out undefeated pro boxer and former rugby star Sonny Bill Williams in his final ever fight.

Mark Hunt is 48 years old #WilliamsHunt #boxing #Knockout

— IFL TV (@IFLTV) November 5, 2022

Hunt TKO 4.