Mark Hunt vs. Stefan Struve full fight video highlights from UFC on FUEL TV 8

Check out the highlights for the UFC on FUEL TV 8 co-main event bout that saw Mark Hunt break Stefan Struve's jaw with a third round knockout in Saitama, Japan.

Mark Hunt uses a perfectly placed left hook following a hard right hand to not only knock Stefan Struve out in the third round of their co-main event bout at UFC on FUEL TV 8: "Silva vs. Stann" at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan, last night (Sat., March 2, 2013), but to break "The Skyscraper's" jaw. Indeed, Struve tweeted after the bout that he was headed to the hospital and in need of morphine after the ass whooping "The Super Samoan" put on him. What made the bout so interesting was how awful it was before the thrilling third round. Struve once again failed to properly utilize his considerable reach advantage, instead electing to stand in the pocket and lamely attempt to cover up while Hunt picked him apart. Eventually, Struve's defenses opened and Hunt exploited it with one of the strongest left hook knockouts you'll ever see from a gassed heavyweight sucking wind late in a fight. Believe it or not, Mark Hunt is a top heavyweight in 2013, folks. Get used to it. For a more detailed breakdown of Hunt vs. Struve click here and for complete results and blow-by-blow, story-by-story coverage of UFC on FUEL TV 8 click here.

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