-A real hero

-A real hero

MMA legend Mark Coleman (59), who became the first-ever Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion, is fighting for his life after what is presumed to be a serious fire.

The 59-year-old's daughter, Morgan Coleman, said on social media that her father was willing to sacrifice his life on Tuesday to save her parents from their burning home.

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The coincidence means that Coleman was sleeping with his parents on the night in question, and was awakened by the dog Hammer, who may have alerted him to the fire.

“My dad has always been a true hero. He is the strongest and bravest person I know. Please pray for him in this very difficult time,” the daughter wrote. Instagram.

in the hospital

according to CNN Coleman ran in and out of the house several times to rescue his parents and the dog, Hammer. Unfortunately, the latter died of his wounds.

Although the parents escaped the fire without life-threatening injuries, it remains uncertain whether Coleman will survive.

Coleman's mother hopes her son will survive the heroic act.

“Thank God we are alive. I hope everyone is praying for Mark,” writes Connie Voss Coleman Facebook.

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Coleman took large amounts of smoke into his lungs as he took turns removing the parents. The former UFC champion is in a hospital in Toledo, Ohio.

Mixed martial arts writer Jonathan Snowden visited Coleman in hospital and posted a photo of him, with the 59-year-old attached to a ventilator.

“If there's anyone who can cheat death, it's Mark,” Snowden wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.

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Coleman is considered one of the greatest players in the martial arts community. The former UFC champion has been inducted into the organization's “Hall of Fame.”

Before his MMA career, Coleman was a successful wrestler. He won several titles, and participated in the Summer Olympics in Barcelona in 1992, where he placed seventh.

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“Mark has always been a fighter. Now he is fighting for his life. I hope everyone thinks of him,” wrote former UFC champion Dan Severn. x/twitter.

“Pioneer, inspiration, founder and amazing guy. We got your back, Mark.” Reports MMA reporter Ariel Helwani.

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