Named the real cause of death of UFC Hall of Famer Stefan Bonnar

Named the real cause of death of UFC Hall of Famer Stefan Bonnar

The participant of one of the most legendary fights in the history of mixed martial arts, Stefan Bonnar, who passed away in December last year, died from an accidental drug overdose.

The death of the 45-year-old UFC Hall of Famer was ruled an accident due to “fentanyl, parafluorofentanyl and mitragynine intoxication,” according to a coroner’s report released to MMA Fighting. Other details of the incident were not released due to medical privacy law. According to the version announced by the UFC two days after the death of the fighter, he died due to heart problems.

The participant of the first season of The Ultimate Fighter, Stefan Bonnar, lost the final match of the TV project to Forrest Griffin in 2005, however, the epic fight of the light heavyweights, which ended in a unanimous decision of the judges, allowed the organization to overcome the crisis and eight years later was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame, becoming part of it ” Combat Wing.

In the strongest league in the world, “American Psycho” spent fifteen fights, scoring eight victories and suffering seven defeats. The last fight in his career, Stefan Bonnar spent under the Bellator banner, in November 2014, losing a split decision to Tito Ortiz.

According to available information, in recent years, Bonnar had problems with alcohol, and in April last year, the fighter’s house burned down completely, after which a fundraiser was organized on the GoFundMe website to help his family, who lost all their property.