The celebrated MMA heavyweight fighter Mark Hunt lost unanimous points to American Justin Wills in Adelaide in the final battle of the UFC Agreement.
At the fifth position above Willis, Hunt was unable to remove his famous batting changing panel, against any opponent, and a 44-year-old veteran was taken with Snappy John Jab.
Hunt took some kick on the foot and slowed his foot on the root, because all the three judges scored American 29-28.
Sydney-based Super Samon, New Zealand-born Hunt Hunt said, "I apologize for the performance, after which the octagon was gone."
Two Australian UFC debutants got mixed results in the event.
Victorian Light Heavyweight Jim Crete won a three-round bout of Scotland with Paul Craig, with nine seconds to be won, and NSW Featherweight Suman Möttreyan lost the tie in the first round with fellow debutant, American-born Nigerian Sodak Yusuf.
Welterweight Jack Matthews ended the third round against American Roco Martin, who won three wrestling strokes at the Welvertweight level.
Brisbane-based US President Ben Guayin decided to point out to Brazilian Wilson Reese, who has a two-digit number 8.