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Former MMA fighter War Machine real name Jon Koppenhaver was found guilty on 29 charges including sexual assault and battery on his ex-girlfriend, Christy Mack.

The jury came back deadlocked on two counts of attempted murder in the 2014 brutal beating of Mack and a male friend, Corey Thomas who was in her apartment the day of the attack.  War Machine, 35, was found guilty on 29 of 34 charges including domestic violence, coercion, dissuading a witness, battery by strangulation, kidnapping, and multiple counts of sexual assault.

Mack, 25, whose real names is Christine Mackinday, told the jury how War Machine first pummeled Thomas and then turned his rage on her, beating her for two hours before she could run to a neighbor for help.

By the time the incident was over, Mack said, she was left with missing teeth, a broken eye socket, a fractured rib and a ruptured liver. She also said War Machine tried to rape her at knifepoint, but was unable to follow through.

The fighter and his attorneys previously turned down a plea deal that could have put him away for 18 to 40 years.  Koppenhaver will remain behind bars until his sentencing; he faces the possibility of life in prison without parole.  His sentencing is scheduled for June.

Photos of Mack’s brutal injuries are on TMZ Sports.

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