UFC legend reveals he’s beaten ‘aggressive battle’ with cancer as he shows off incredible body transformation

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UFC veteran Mike Swick has revealed he’s cancer free following an “aggressive” battle with the disease.

The Ultimate Fighter season one star revealed his diagnosis with the disease – which he’d unknowingly been dealing with for seven months – last February.

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But the Ultimate Fighter season 1 star is in remissionTWITTER@OFFICIALSWICK

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Swick began chemotherapy the same month, which, in conjunction with fasting, left him weighing a mere 68kg (151lbs).

But the 43-year-old retired UFC star is now at a healthy 93kg (205) after a long and arduous battle with the deal.

Early on Thursday morning, he tweeted: “43 and cancer free!”

Swick revealing of his remission was greeted with messages of joy, with UFC welterweight Matt Brown tweeting: “Badass!

“Congrats bro!”

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Another of Swick’s followers said: “Congrats Mike, that’s great news!”

And another said: “Tremendous news! So glad to see you’re doing better!!”

One remarked: “Congrats, Mike. All the best to you.”

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Another chimed in: “Amazing news. Congrats!”

Another of Swick’s fans tweeted: “God bless mate.”

UFC men’s bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling tweeted: “God bless you, brother!”

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Veteran MMA reporter Ben Fowlkes tweeted: “Great news for the big homie Mike Swick.”

Swick announced his retirement from mixed martial arts in July 2015 after a unanimous decision defeat to Alex Garcia at UFC 189.

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