MMAmania.com UFC 141 contest giveaway with Hayabusa winner announced!

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Another MMAmania.com contest is in the books thanks to our great friends at Hayabusa -- a leader in producing the world's finest MMA apparel, gloves and gear -- following the blockbuster UFC 141: "Lesnar vs. Overeem" event in Las Vegas, Nevada, back on Dec. 30, 2011.

Congratulations "Chubbster," who came closest in predicting which fighter would land the most power strikes, as well as who would land the most total strikes throughout the 265-pound headliner between Alistair Overeem and Brock Lesnar.

His guess: 19 total power strikes and 21 total strikes landed. The actual number, which came after a first round technical knockout finish by "The Reem," was 18 total power strikes and 19 total strikes landed

Pretty friggin' close.

So what did the Chubbster win? None other than Alistair Overeem's custom walkout T-shirt, seen in his UFC debut at the MGM Grand Garden Arena to kick off the New Year.

Congratulations, Chubby. And thanks to everyone who participated. Be on the lookout for more great giveaways as we kick-start 2012.

For more on UFC 141 click here. To see what else Hayabusa has in its impressive line-up click here.

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