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Mark Hunt says steroids won’t help any fighter once he lands a punch on them

Mark Hunt says steroids won’t help any fighter once he lands a punch on them

What happens when you get two heavyweights with a combined weight of over 500 lbs? You get an elevator that will be unable to elevate. The door will just endlessly open and close in an attempt to lure someone out. The elevator doors will resemble an oversized and immobile Pac-Man, unable to get those little white pellets that it desires. Mark Hunt and Alistair Overeem have the ability to make handicapped Pac-Mans, and there’s nothing you can do about it — except politely tell one of them to get off the elevator.

In an interview on the MMA Hour, Mark Hunt takes a few jabs at Alistair Overeem for his positive drug test, but ultimately states that it doesn’t matter if any fighter is taking steroids. According to Hunt, it won’t matter when he delivers a one-two piece on their chin. Check out this excerpt transcribed by MMAMania.

“Drugs in all sports is a big problem. It’s a cutthroat business, people take this shit just to get by. I don’t use that shit, but when Alistair takes that shit or whoever takes it they just screw themselves out. Like when Barnett screwed himself out of the fight with Fedor. But who am I too judge anybody. I don’t take that shit and no one else should. If they do, that’s on them, Alistair is now in court, and everything that Alistair has done is meaningless now. At the end of the day he just got caught cheating, so what’s the deal? I lost to him, so did he use that shit when I was fighting him? That’s on him, he has to live with that shit not me. It’s not my position to judge him, he has to look himself in the mirror. At the end of the day, I don’t give a crap who’s taking what. The steroids are not going to help them when I hit them. Take as much as you like, I don’t care.”

Now that you’ve read what Mark Hunt said regarding his fists, Skate or Die! Ah, that has no relevance to this article, but it’s incredible that those were the two options presented to Generation Y via Nintendo. Learn how to skate, or face an early death is how we lived. Kids today are nincompoops.

What’s that? You want to see Mark Hunt vs. Alistair Overeem at Dream 5 back in July 21st 2008? Sure, you don’t have to ask me twice.

Now Skate or Die! Ah, that has no relevance to this article, but it’s incredible that those were the two options presented to Generation Y. Learn how to skate, or face an early death is how we lived. Kids today are nincompoops.
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