MMA fighter Mark Hunt losses final Octagon fight

Celebrated MMA heavyweight fighter Mark Hunt has suffered a unanimous points loss to American Justin Wills in Adelaide in the final fight of his UFC contract.

Ranked 10th, five places above Willis, Hunt was unable to land any of his famed fight-changing punches against an opponent who stayed out of range and picked off the 44-year-old veteran with a snappy right jab.

Hunt took some kicks to the leg and his footwork looked slow on Sunday as all three judges scored 29-28 to the American.

"My apologies about the performance," said Hunt, the New Zealand-born, Sydney- based Super Samoan, who walked to the octagon following a haka.

Australia's Tai Tuivasa's unbeaten MMA record was shattered in a second-round stoppage loss to former world champion Junior Dos Santos in the main event.

Tuivasa, who was 10-0, did well in the final stage of the first round but was knocked down by a right hand in the second.

Dos Santos then pounded the Australian with a number of blows before the referee intervened to stop the contest.