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Dated on: Friday, December 6,2013
Event: UFC Fight Night 33: Hunt vs. Bigfoot
Where: Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Television: FOX Sports 1
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The Brisbane Entertainment Centre (BEC) is located in Boondall, a Brisbane City suburb, in Queensland, Australia. It is managed by AEG Ogden.
The arena has an array of seating plans which facilitate the comfort of its users, subject to performance. Specific seating plans are usually allocated, depending on the performance and the size of its audience. The general seating arrangements are end stage mode, “in the round” and intimate mode, which only uses half of the arena. The centre also houses a sporting complex and small function rooms which are available to hire for wedding reception and business functions.
The centre has 11,000 tiered seats and a maximum concert capacity of 14,500 making it the largest indoor live entertainment arena in Brisbane. It cost $71 million to construct.
The centre’s large audience capacity is mostly used for the staging of concerts and musical theatre shows, including Pink’s The Truth About Love Tour, Grease, Beauty and the Beast, and The Man from Snowy River: Arena Spectacular. It has also staged ice-skating shows, including Disney on Ice. The Entertainment Centre was also the filming venue for the original Australian series of Gladiators from 1995 to 1997.
Located in Boondall, just off the Gateway Motorway, patrons can catch a QR Citytrain to Boondall railway station, on the Shorncliffe railway line, or travel by taxi. There are 4,000 car parking spaces. Buses do not run to the centre even on event nights.
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There are a million variables that go into attempting to pick the correct outcome of a prizefight, but you really can’t argue with cold, hard facts, and UFC heavyweight contender Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva has one for you leading up to his UFC Fight Night main event against knockout artist Mark Hunt tomorrow night.
“Since I started my career I never lost to a striker,” said Silva. “But statistics and numbers don’t matter to me. I just believe in my training and myself.”
It is an interesting number though, because none of the five defeats the Brazilian has suffered over the course of his 23 fight career have come against someone you would classify as a pure striker. And on the flip side, several of his victims – Alistair Overeem, Travis Browne, Mike Kyle, Andrei Arlovski, Cabbage Correira – would fit that description of having a striking-based style. That kind of success could make a fighter not just confident, but overconfident, but Silva appears to have found the right mix of confidence and respect for his opponent.
“He is an excellent striker with a lot of experience,” said Silva of Hunt. “He deserves respect, but I am ready and I have confidence in myself.”
Silva and Hunt are no strangers to each other either, as the two had trained together in the past at the American Top Team gym in south Florida. Neither fighter is willing to put too much, if any, stock in those training sessions, choosing instead to focus on the task at hand and where they stand today in the heavyweight division. For Hunt, the fight is an opportunity to get back on the winning track after a Fight of the Night loss to Junior Dos Santos in May. On that same UFC 160 card, Silva lost a rematch to Cain Velasquez in a heavyweight title bout. It’s a defeat that still stings Bigfoot.
“In my eyes, (referee Mario) Yamasaki stopped the fight too early,” he said. “I was conscious and he stopped the fight.”
It’s the fighter’s mentality in vivid view. If you want to beat me, knock me out. And that’s not just talk from the 34-year-old Brasilia native, as he hasn’t been to a judges’ decision since his May 2010 win over Arlovski. That’s seven straight fights where, win or lose, someone got finished. It’s precisely why, despite his loss to Velasquez, Silva is back in a main event this week.
“The UFC knows I fight hard and I go there to finish my fights by knocking people out or submitting them,” he said. “I don’t want to win my fights by decision.”
And even though this one is scheduled for five rounds, the odds of it going 25 full minutes are probably slim and none.
“I am ready to fight five rounds on the feet,” he said. “But you can’t always predict a fight. I will try to knock him out but don’t be surprised if you see a submission.”
At this point in Silva’s career, the only surprising thing would be if he and Hunt hear a judges’ decision at the end of the night. So for now, Bigfoot firmly believes that this fight is the start of a 2014 campaign that will put him back in line for another shot at championship gold, and he can’t wait.
“Mark Hunt is a tremendous athlete, and by beating him I will close the year very well,” said Silva. “2013 was a great year and I learned a lot with my fights, and in 2014 I will train hard and reach my goal to be a UFC heavyweight world champion.”
Mark Hunt, who fights Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva this Friday night (Saturday in Australia) in the main event of UFC Fight Night, was expecting a holiday after his loss to Junior Dos Santos. Instead, he was struck down with a nasty leg infection, spending several weeks in and out of the hospital. If you were following the “Super Samoan” on Twitter or Facebook, you’ll know just how bad it was, as he shared photos and videos of the gaping hole in his leg. If you’re curious, those images are still floating around the internet, but they aren’t for the squeamish.
Hunt says the gruesome infection is behind him though and he is back in top condition.
“It’s (recovery) been long but training’s really good now, I’m in good shape, and I’m looking forward to the fight. Recovery’s been good, training’s been really hard and I’m just looking forward to getting to work.”
Hunt was valiant in defeat against Dos Santos in May at UFC 160. Despite being dropped in round one by a huge right hand from “Cigano,” Hunt still looked dangerous early, putting together some good combinations. However, former champion JDS began to dominate as the fight wore on, eventually finishing Hunt with a spinning hook kick in the last minute of the third round.
After the fight, Hunt revealed that he suffered a broken toe in the first round. However, he downplays the role that had in the fight’s outcome. > Watch: Mark Hunt – The Art of Fighting
“I lost the fight because I lost the fight. It felt like he changed gears in the second round and I couldn’t keep up. I just couldn’t change gears with him. So I was still in first gear and I sat in first gear trying to catch up, trying to play catch up footy but I just couldn’t do it so I fell behind and got chopped up.”
Perennial underdog Hunt is once again facing one of the heavyweight division’s top fighters in #4 ranked “Bigfoot” Silva. It’s not a fight Hunt particularly wanted as both Hunt and Silva are members of Florida-based fight camp American Top Team (though Hunt has opted to prepare in New Zealand for his last few fights). Nevertheless, he’s grateful for the opportunity.
“We’re not close friends but he’s still one of the American Top Team guys. It’s a fight I didn’t want but that’s not my job to make calls on who I’m fighting. It’s a pretty good opportunity for myself. I’m thankful to have this opportunity, Bigfoot’s number four in the world so people are always going to say it’s a step down for him to fight me, but I feel great to have this opportunity.”
Former K-1 kickboxing World Grand Prix Champion Hunt holds Silva in high esteem.
“We worked together but there was no animosity; he’s a respectful guy and so am I, so I have a lot of respect for Antonio, he just does his work and so do I.”
Both men are powerful strikers, though on paper Bigfoot has the superior ground game. In response, the New Zealand-born Sydneysider Hunt is working all aspects of fighting in preparation for his Brazilian opponent.
“Just the same thing, working on the ground defenses, ground skills, wrestling, striking – just working on the whole lot.”
While the two have sparred together, Hunt will not be relying on anything learned in those sessions.
“I’m not gonna bank on that; it’s a fight and anyone can win the fight, that’s the way I look at it. It’s one of those things, who would’ve thought JDS would’ve done a spinning hook kick to fix me up (laughs). You can’t work a game plan for something that might not even work like that.”
Forever a Fighter
Hunt’s career turnaround has been inspirational. After lengthy periods of inactivity and failing to win a fight in almost five years, the Super Samoan strung together four wins and has re-established himself as a dangerous contender.
Fighting can be an unforgiving sport though. Hunt recently encountered one of his heroes: heavyweight boxer David Tua, a fellow Samoan from New Zealand. Tua, an elite boxer with a turbulent career, recently tried a comeback of his own. Hunt empathizes with Tua because he knows all too well what it’s like to be burned by the fight game. > Watch: Rhythm of Hunt
“David Tua’s one of the pioneers of fighting; we all looked to David Tua as one of the pioneers for the Samoan community here in New Zealand. He’s had a lot of things happen to him like I did, being cheated by management and everything, and it’s a hard thing to watch someone (go through that) as a fighter, knowing what goes on. For him to go through that, where he’s been, because you’ve been there already.”
David Tua’s comeback effort, though brave, was not as successful as Hunt’s. After a decision loss to Alexander Ustinov on November 16, Tua announced his retirement. At 39 years old, Hunt finds retirement hard to imagine.
“Well I don’t know (when I will retire); it’s hard for a fighter to give up fighting, I’ve spent my whole life fighting, I love fighting. For me to give it up, it’s gonna be hard for me to walk away and say I can’t do it anymore. But when God says it’s time for me to move on, that’s when I’ll move on. It could be the next fight, who knows.” Hunt is a fighter to his core, and as he once put it, fighters aren’t normal.
“I’m not a 9-5 person, I don’t want to go get a job (laughs). I just don’t think I’m a normal person to be doing all this. To put yourself through so much stress mentally, physically, it’s like a drug for me, and when you come down from the whole scenario (it’s hard).”
Whatever comes next, however, Hunt’s focus right now is on beating Bigfoot.
In the fight game, you take any advantage you can get: physical, psychological, whatever it takes. Sydney’s Richie Vaculik basically went in the other direction when trying out for the first season of The Ultimate Fighter: The Smashes series in 2012, giving up any advantage he had to get a shot at a UFC contract by signing up as a lightweight competitor on the reality series.
Vaculik is a career-long bantamweight.
“It was too good of an opportunity not to take on,” he explains. “It’s always been a dream of mine to compete in the UFC, and I didn’t want to leave any stone unturned, so I applied for it, selected lightweight, went through the audition process, and got lucky and was chosen.”
Only a real fighter will call himself lucky while knowing that he had six weeks of training and fighting with monsters ahead of him, separated from family, friends, and the outside world as part of the deal. And as his custom, Vaculik tried to look at the bright side.
“I was one of the lucky ones that didn’t have to cut weight in the house, which was a bit of a bonus,” he laughs. “But then of course when you step into the cage and the guy has 15 to 25 pounds on you, it’s a little tough. But that’s no excuse because I still think I could have beat both my opponents; I just made a few mistakes and they capitalized.”
Representing his native Australia against Team UK, Vaculik lost his first bout in the competition to eventual winner Norman Parke. An injury to Team UK’s Mike Wilkinson brought him back to the semifinals, but his second stab at glory came up short when he was submitted by Colin Fletcher.
“It was extremely tough,” said Vaculik of the TUF experience. “I didn’t realize how tough it would be, being away from my loved ones and my family and living in a house with your opponents and having no escape. All you saw was the gym and the house for six weeks. I love to surf and spend time on the beach. It’s a great escape from fighting and a great way to come back to the gym refreshed and excited about fighting, and that was all taken away from me. So it was a massive learning experience as a fighter and as a person and something I was really grateful for. I’m very proud to have been there and done it, and I feel like I left the place a better person for it. I knew it was a gamble going in there as a lightweight and giving that weight away, but I still believe I could have won it. I was a little disappointed in my performances.”
Vaculik, 9-1 entering the house, did impress with his heart and tenacity, but once the show was over, a UFC contract wasn’t on his doorstep.
“After I left I was hoping to get signed back down at my weight by the UFC, but the roster was so stacked at that moment that it was just best to go out and get some fights at bantamweight or flyweight and try to stick with it,” said Vaculik, who stayed busy in a bit of an unconventional manner, fighting at home for the Combat 8 promotion that uses modified rules of three minute rounds and only 30 seconds of groundfighting allowed per round. Vaculik won the organization’s championship at bantamweight, competed in jiu-jitsu tournaments, took part in another reality series, The Crew, and even though he was fielding offers from other MMA promotions, he still had his heart set on getting a call from the UFC.
“I’ve tried to stay busy and I did that, fighting in a promotion that had modified rules,” he said. “I won the bantamweight title in that promotion and then I was in talks with promotions throughout Asia, and I just wanted to stay active. That was the main thing, but it was getting quite hard to stay active here in Australia. A few promotions went under. But then I got a call from the UFC so I was over the moon.”
So what is it about those three letters – UFC – that meant so much to the 30-year-old Vaculik?
“It’s the biggest and best promotion of mixed martial arts in the world,” he said. “If you’re a serious MMA fighter and you want to prove yourself and test yourself with the world’s best, the UFC is the only place to do it. They’re head and shoulders above any other promotion. I had a taste of it being in the Smashes, and I did wonder what it would be like to fight in the UFC, so I never lost sight of it.”
On Friday (Saturday in Australia), Vaculik gets his shot at 125 pounds against fellow newcomer Justin Scoggins.
“He’s a really exciting fighter,” said Vaculik. “He’s a very creative striker, he loves to move and he’s pretty evasive. He brings a whole different bunch of skills that are unique in mixed martial arts, and I’ve been working with particular guys to replicate what he’s really good at. I’m just really excited to get in there and mix it up with someone as exciting as Justin. These are the kind of fights that I really chomp at the bit for.”
Then again, you get the idea that Vaculik would be amped up for any fight in the Octagon, especially since being in the UFC was as far-fetched a notion as an Aussie fighter could have back when he turned pro in 2006.
“In the early days when I started, the UFC was just a dream because they didn’t have my weight class and it wasn’t active in this part of the world,” he said. “Then things changed and all of a sudden they added the weight classes and they started to do shows in Oz, and the possibilities started to become reality, and that’s when that excitement just grew.”
Now it’s reached a fever pitch for “Vas,” who gets that rarest of opportunities shortly: to fulfill one dream and start another.
“It’s like a new beginning.”
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