(Photo via Esther Lin/MMAFighting) By Elias Cepeda Heavyweight Stipe Miocic came to the UFC in 2011 with an undefeated amateur and pro record and a penchant for knocking people out. Impressively, he continued his tear once in the world‘s top MMA organization, winning his first three UFC bouts, two by stoppage, and earning a main event slot opposite Stefan Struve. The fight was a step up in competition for the Ohio fighter but he appeared to be handling Struve well until the Dutch fighter staged a come back and TKO‘d Miocic in the second round. Suddenly, the Croatian-American fighter‘s hype-train was derailed and his undefeated streak snapped. That was back in September of 2012. Miocic has not fought since then. This Saturday, however, he will be back in the Octagon at UFC 161. “I took time to heal and then to improve,” Miocic tells CagePotato. “I definitely feel like I‘m much better than I was back then.”