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Monday, 05/06/2013, 09:24 am

Munoz Recounts Depression Following Weidman Defeat

“I kind of went into depression and was kind of like one of Austin Powers’ characters in his movie. I ate because I was sad and I was sad because I ate. Having an adversity stricken year was really, really hard for me. It was just hard for me to not be able to fight and not be able to compete and not train for six months. It was very hard. Adversity is the dust that polishes the diamond. It’s a bump in the road for me and it’s part of my story.”

During a recent Media Scrum, UFC middleweight fighter, Mark Munoz discussed his recent bout with depression following his important fight against Chris Weidman.

Munoz returns to action at UFC 162 against Tim Boetsch.


One Response to “Munoz Recounts Depression Following Weidman Defeat”

  1. The Way Of The Dutchman says:

    I’m pretty sure he was already depressed before the Weidman fight. He came in fat and out of shape so he was already eating and not training like he should. Good to see he’s back on his feet though. Now after Silva makes quick work of that bum Weidman, Munoz should have a rematch with him.

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