15 Craziest Haircuts in MMA History

G DAnalyst IIIDecember 12, 2011

15 Craziest Haircuts in MMA History

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    In the sport of mixed martial arts, no two fighters are the same.

    All fighters have their own fighting style, personality, strengths, weaknesses and—of course—their own hair style.

    Like any sport, mixed martial arts is home to some of the craziest-looking hairstyles known to mankind.

    Sometimes a change can be a good thing as many of these fighters have been recognized as some of the greatest fighters in the sport.

    However, for others, their crazy hairstyles haven't helped them the slightest bit.

    So, the following slides display the 15 craziest haircuts in MMA history.

    Let's take a look.

Chris Leben

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    Chris Leben is one of the most well-liked fighters in the sport of mixed martial arts, as you never know what you're going to get.

    However, you at least known what to expect when it comes to Leben's hairstyles.

    Possibly some pink, maybe a mohawk, but always something crazy.

Clay Guida

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    Clay Guida is one of the most entertaining fighters in the UFC today.

    However, it's not just Guida's fighting style that has attracted fans across the globe, but his hair as well.

    Insert a little blood and you have arguably the craziest hairstyle in mixed martial arts history.

Alistair Overeem

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    Alistair Overeem's hairstyle changes as much as Charlie Sheen's personality.

    As we've seen over the years, Overeem has a tendency to rock the hairstyle of former San Diego Charger linebacker Junior Seau.

Miguel Torres

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    Miguel Torres was recently released by the UFC, so I'll take it easy on him.

    See picture above.

Jens Pulver

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    Jens Pulver may have had a regretful end to his career, but his crazy hairstyle remains alive and well today.

    Pulver's hair was like a box of chocolates—you never know what you're gonna get.

Dan Hardy

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    Dan Hardy may be on the down slope of his mixed martial arts career, but he's known to have one of the craziest hairstyles.

    More times than not fans can expect the reddish-pink mohawk.

Roy Nelson

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    Roy Nelson has one of the best personalities in mixed martial arts today as his humor has caused many to appreciate him as a fighter.

    Recently, Nelson brought a new style to MMA.

    The mullet.

Heath Herring

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    Throughout his mixed martial arts career, Heath Herring was often referred to as the "Texas Crazy Horse."

    Delete horse, and insert hair.

Josh Koscheck

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    Have you ever wondered what exactly is on the top of Josh Koscheck's head?

    Well, you're not alone.

    Just call him Joshy Locks.

Hermes Franca

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    Many fans often wondered what was at a higher level, Hermes Franca's fighting style or his hair?

    Next question.

Jonathan Goulet

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    If you happen to run into Jonathan Goulet, you better have a dictionary on hand.

    It seemed as if Goulet had a new word shaved into the side of his head nearly every time he stepped foot inside the Octagon.

Kimbo Slice

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    Kimbo Slice will be remembered as one of the biggest busts in UFC history as he was one of the most hyped fighters of all time.

    But, fortunately for Kimbo, he still has the crazy hairstyle.

Jason "Mayhem" Miller

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    While Jason "Mayhem" Miller may have fallen to defeat in The Ultimate Fighter Season 14 Finale, he remains one of the most-liked fighters in mixed martial arts today.

    And while Miller may lose inside the Octagon, he'll never lose his reputable hair.

Scott Jorgensen

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    Scott Jorgensen is one of the best up-and-coming fighters in the UFC today.

    However, Jorgensen isn't the only thing that's up-and-coming.

    Check out the hairstyle.

Frank Mir

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    Frank Mir was on the receiving end of one of the worst beatdowns in UFC history against Brock Lesnar at UFC 100.

    However, a lot of fans turned their attention away from the fight and began focusing on Mir's hair.

    Is that a perm?

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