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Mark Hunt Destroys Dana White For UFC Fight Night 121 Removal

12 October, 2017, 18:21 | Author: Alberta Rodriguez
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In its statement, the UFC said that "Due to medical concerns, heavyweight contender Mark Hunt has been removed from his UFC Fight Night main event bout against Marcin Tybura on November 19".

The veteran fighter then took to social media to vent his frustration at the UFC chief teling him to "kiss my a** you bald-headed p**ck" and called him a "c**ksucker".

So when Hunt did an interview with Players Voice and started to complain of memory loss and slurred speech, the UFC chose to pull him from his upcoming UFC Sydney match-up against Marcin Tybura, something Hunt angrily responded to through a series of Instagram posts made from his official page.

To say that Hunt is irrate about the situation is an understatement.

Recent UFC 216 victor Fabricio Werdum replaces Hunt on the November card from Australia.

'My memory is not that good anymore'.

Hunt claims he is already out of $100,000, the amount he spent on training expenses. Hunt is now also in a lawsuit with the UFC demanding compensation for damage he suffered against Lesnar who failed drug tests following their bout. Despite that, he's been a longtime critic of the UFC's business and an advocate for increased fighter pay.

'[I] forget something I did yesterday but I can remember the sh*t I did years and years ago, ' he wrote.

The Super Samoan continued on Instagram: "I don't slur my words and... I would be like "I'm tough, I'm fine, I'm good, I got this, I know what I'm talking about, I've been doing this sport long enough, trust me" but it's just so evident in this case that it's like c'mon man, what else do you have left to prove?"

Kiwi fighter Mark Hunt has been pulled from the upcoming UFC event in Australia following recent confessions that he had been slurring his words and suffering severe memory lapses.

Lesnar was Hunt's third consecutive opponent who had tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. Lesnar failed multiple drugs tests that were taking around the time of the fight, but took a few weeks until afterwards for the results to come back. "The organization will require that Hunt undergo further testing and evaluations prior to competing in any future UFC bout".

The heralded mixed martial arts promotion originally had Tybura squaring off with Sydney resident and New Zealand native Mark Hunt.

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