Mark Hunt Lashes At ‘F**kin’ Little C**t’ Brock Lesnar For Getting A Heavyweight Title Shot Opportunity Against Daniel Cormier
Mark Hunt is returning to Octagon against Russia’s Aleksei Oleinik at UFC Fight Night 136 this weekend (Sat., Sept. 15, 2018) from Moscow and this will UFC’s first ever event in Russia. It doesn’t mean if Hunt is facing some other opponent, he forgets about his former rival Brock Lesnar. ‘Super Samoan’ never shys away from sharing his feelings about Lesnar.
Lesnar and Hunt faced each other back in 2016 at UFC 200, where the initial results was that of unanimous decision win for former heavyweight champion Lennar, which later overturned to no contest after Lesnar being flagged by USADA for Clomiphene. This whole fiasco of drug test pissed Hunt off and sued the company and Lesnar claiming, WWE star’s positive test caused him financial hardships.
As you can see clearly, Lesnar, who hasn’t earn any victory inside the Octagon since 2010 and upon his return, Lesnar is getting a heavyweight title shot opportunity against Daniel Cormier. Hunt isn’t happy with this whole drama. (Via MMAMania)
“Well, why do we have ranking for?” Hunt asked Submission Radio. “And it is what it, is man. That’s not my call, that’s just the way it is. I think it’s s**t though. How’s that work? The motherf**ker’s a cheater. How is that controversy? F**kin’ little c**t is f**kin’ cheating, using steroids. F**k, man, how is that – (you’re) talking ‘a little bit of controversy?’ The f**king guy is cheating.”
“He’s cheating and trying to hurt me and you say ‘Oh, we’re going to be nice here,’” Hunt continued. “F**k that cheater. How are you gonna be nice to the guy that is taking shortcuts, man? Don’t give him that. Why would you want to give him that sort of s**t? F**k, they don’t deserve it. You know, all these guys are just shortcut takers, and to me that’s all they’ll ever be. Nothing else.”
Well, Hunt’s lawsuit doesn’t stop him and UFC from making money off each other. “Super Samoan” isn’t too happy to continue working for UFC and want to leave the promotion as soon as his last two fight from his contract is over.
“Like I said, I didn’t want a lawsuit or a court case against any of these (guys),” he said. “I said to Dana already about the s**t, you know, take that motherf**ker’s money off him. Don’t give it to me, just take it off the c**t so he doesn’t get nothing. But, he wouldn’t have it, so that’s why we’re here now. And with this lawsuit, all I’ve been trying to do is make it an even playing field. It’s not even these guys, these guys are cheating flat out and they’re still getting these opportunities. Why? Honestly?”
Mark, 44 realizes that his storied career is fading down slowly and looking forward to his last fight at UFC Adelaide on December 2 and then wants to fight globally three to four times.
”I already spoke to (my manager) Zen and said I’d like to get a match if I’m not injured as soon as possible,” Hunt said. “And if it’s Adelaide, then so be it. Yeah, I look forward to it. It’d be great. And it’s just three rounds anyway. You know me (laughs). I get to fight the same card as Tai [Tuivasa] on the undercard also. It’d be great. It’d be a good send off.”
“It would be my last fight with UFC, so it’d be great,” Hunt concluded. “I don’t know about retiring, per se. It’d be finishing from the big time. And, you know, I wanna fight three more times globally, or four. We’ll see what happens for the division and chasing (the belt). That cut that dream off. So, you know, that’s how it works, but who knows? Maybe I’ll retire with Dan Kelly. It’d be fun!”