6. Choi Hong Man
Standing at an astonishing seven-foot-two-inches tall and weighing in at 330 pounds, Choi Hong Man is one of the most amazing sights we’ve ever seen compete in MMA.
Man started out his combat sports career in kickboxing, where he made a thunderous debut with a first round knockout in just two minutes with his meaty left hook.
The South Korean would then simultaneously compete in both kickboxing and MMA, when he made his debut in K1 with a thirty-second finish of Bobby Ologun.
Man also competed against the great Fedor Emelianenko in his second ever MMA bout, but succumbed to the Russian’s superior ground game with a first round submission.
Currently Man’s MMA record sits at a dead even 4-4, and he recently competed inside the cage at ROAD FC this past April with a first round finish of Aorigele.
If the UFC decided to implicate a super heavyweight division, would you pay good money to see Man compete under the promotion’s banner?