Dana White Responds To Mark Hunt’s Profane Comments After UFC Sydney Removal

Heavyweight fighter Mark Hunt published an aggressively profane message to UFC President Dana White after the removal from the UFC Fight Night show in Sydney on Nov. 19.
“The Super Samoan” was very upset about his removal and trash White on social media referred to him as “bald-headed prick.

TMZsports caught up with Dana White on Thursday and asked him about Mark’s rant.

Dana replied: “He’s always going off on me,”

The UFC pulled Hunt from the main event fight with Marcin Tybura on Nov. 19 due to of safety reasons, he is admitting to memory loss and a slurred speech in the first-person article he published for Players Voice in Australia.Werdum will replace Hunt in the bout.

“My body is f**ked but my mind is still here,” Hunt wrote in the article. “I’ve still got my senses about me and I know what’s right and wrong, which is the main thing. Sometimes I don’t sleep well. You can hear me starting to stutter and slur my words. My memory is not that good anymore. I’ll forget something I did yesterday but I can remember the s**t I did years and years ago.”

Mark said in his Instagram post that the interview he did for Players Voice, and he was being misquoted. He believes he is being pulled from the fight since he has an ongoing lawsuit against the UFC for criminal conspiracy.

Dana White told TMZ, Hunt pulled from the fight due to of safety reasons:

“Listen, sometimes you gotta protect these guys from themselves and that’s what we’re looking into right now. He made a statement that I’ve hated him forever,” White said. “I don’t hate Mark Hunt at all. I never hated Mark Hunt. He knows that. I was actually really good with Mark Hunt.”

Moreover, TMZ asked white, if Mark will take his words back in future and gives you friendly sorry.

White laughed off on any thoughts of apology from Hunt and said:

“I don’t expect an apology at all, no,”


Published on October 13, 2017 at 12:00 am
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