Mark Hunt was never afraid to speak out against his employers, and you can bet he's ready to beat for his fellow campaigners. This week, the UFC decided to postpone the UFC 232 event at the end of the year from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to the forum in Inglewood, California, after the Nevada State Athletic Commission had refused to title challenger Jon Jones To grant a provisional license to the light heavyweight because the United States Anti-Doping Test was conducted for testing purposes. The Agency closed with a balance of a banned drug for which Jones was previously sanctioned. Jones was given a one-year suspension for drug testing in 201
The California State Athletic Commission tested Jones on the weekend, and Andy Foster, CSAC executive officer, told MMA Fighting that Jones was "a clean athlete" who set the wheels for venue change.
All this information is not particularly convincing to the "Super Samoan," who opted for Instagram on Monday to tear UFC and President Dana White for their decision, not just headliners Jones and Alexander Gustafsson also affected the rest of the fighters on the map as well as countless fans. 19659005] See the full statement below (edited for clarity):
UFC, Ultimate F * ckin & # 39; Cheaters. Why not just cut Jones off, pay Gustafsson and leave the show in Vegas? All fans and families who have already paid, are not forgotten. Oh, you're only interested in the pay-per-view. Merry Christmas to all who have already paid to go there.
I hope nobody buys your PPV mother. The least you could do is to pay for all California flights and accommodation. Tickets, food and everything else you've messed up.
Oh, and you can put my curved finger in your butt hole for Christmas, you poxy-little slut Dana White.
This is the latest in a long line of public criticism that Hunt had for the UFC. He seriously talked about officials removing him from a major event last year for possible health problems. The UFC 200's opponent, Brock Lesnar, may have won a heavyweight title and concerns over his MMA career in general. Hunt is currently involved in a lawsuit against UFC, White and Lesnar relating to the circumstances of the UFC 200.