Mark Hunt was never shy in bashing Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), its president Dana White or fighters who were caught pissing hot while he was employed by the promotion, so you know no one is going to put a muzzle on him now that’s he a free agent.
After the entire UFC 232 pay-per-view (PPV) event — which is set for Saturday Dec. 29, 2018 — was moved from Las Vegas, Nevada to Inglewood, California due to an abnormal finding in Jon Jones’ drug test (explanation here), plenty of fighters took to social media to expressed their disdain for the move.
Of course, Hunt has always been a vocal supporter for increased drug testing and stricter penalties for those who choose to dabble in performance enhancing drugs. So when he caught wind of the situation, he unloaded on UFC, Jones and White.
hey everyone let’s move the whole Ufc show in a week for a cheater promoting and condoning steroids isn’t ok @Ufc @jeffnovitzkyufc @danawhite and @jonnybones your a worthless cheating lil rat @alexthemauler don’t bother this loser isn’t on your level this peice of shit company has always promoted cheaters and now they moving the show in one week from Vegas to California for money they certainly have taken away my love for fighting fucken scummy theives I hope everyone sues the ass out of u fuckers fucken trash oh and a merry Christmas to all u fuckers and a happy steroid new year
UFC ultimate fucken cheaters why don’t u jus cut jones pay gustuvsen and leave the show in Vegas all the fans and families who have already paid don’t miss out oh u only care about the PPV merry Christmas to everyone who has already paid to go there I hope no one buys your ppv motherfuckers the least u could do is pay for everyone’s flights to California and accommodation tickets food and everything else u have screwed those there from oh and u can stick my crooked finger in your bum hole for Christmas u poxy lil bitch @danawhite
Hunt is currently embroiled in a legal battle with UFC stemming from a lawsuit he filed against his ex-employer following the UFC 200 debacle with Brock Lesnar. Just last month, “Super Samoan” competed in his final fight for the promotion, ending his run with UFC, but not his beefs.
As for “Bones,” he is standing firm in his position that he did nothing wrong, be it this latest incident or the one scientists say originally caused it.
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