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UFC Hall of Famer Mark Coleman Receives Special Invite After Surviving House Fire

UFC Hall of Famer Mark Coleman is receiving his figurative ‘flowers’ for being one Bad Motherf***er.

Coleman, 59, made headlines last month for his jaw-dropping act of heroism: saving his parents from their burning home, braving intense smoke that sent him to the hospital.

The ex-heavyweight fighter overcame an induced coma required due to severe smoke inhalation, battling for his life amid an uncertain battle.

Coleman rushed into his burning childhood home early in the morning on March 12. He managed to rescue his parents, carrying them out separately from the death trap. He went back into the building on three occasions; Coleman attempted to rescue his dog but sadly was unable to save his beloved pet.

The UFC community rallied around Coleman. His family set up a GoFundMe to cover the fighter's lofty medical bills, which amassed more than $120,000 in donations in less than a week's time.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - MARCH 03: UFC hall of famer Mark Coleman is seen on stage during the UFC 30th Anniversary Q&A session at MGM Grand Garden Arena on March 03, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

After spending days in the hospital, Coleman made a miraculous recovery.

Coleman has the toughness to boot, appearing at a nearby gym just a day after being discharged from the hospital. And what better way to celebrate one Bad MoFo than to invite Coleman to UFC 300 for the BMF fight between Max Holloway and Justin Gathje. Coleman posted the update on his Instagram, charmed by the honor of attending the landmark occasion.

Holloway, speaking with MMA Junkie, mentioned he'd love to see Coleman hand out the 'BMF' title at UFC 300 based on his unmatched toughness.

And he's right, no one deserves the

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