Mark Hunt blasts Dana White after removal from UFC Sydney

Mark Hunt launched a tirade of abuse against the organisation┬┐s boss Dana White after he was booted from an upcoming Sydney event

"Following a recent first-person article published by UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt, UFC has taken the precautionary steps of removing Hunt from a previously announced bout in Sydney, Australia", the statement read.

The UFC has pulled Mark Hunt from his November scheduled main event bout against Marcin Tybura in Sydney.

On his last post, Hunt claims that the organization President Dana White "always hated" him.

"I think Mark Hunt deserves to be more a part of his children's life and hopefully his grandchildren, and not be "punchy" which is a road he's headed down if he continues to take this kind of punishment".

If you recall, Hunt recently wrote a passionate testimonial for the Players Voice, and he detailed some of the health problems that have been plaguing him due to his nearly 20 years of professional MMA and kickboxing. That's just the price I've paid - the price of being a fighter.

"I'm fit and healthy and would have understood if the UFC requested a medical to ensure my safety, however this is total bullshit".

"I'll forget something I did yesterday but I can remember the shit I did years and years ago".

"I spent hours the other day with the doctors", Hunt wrote. "The interview I did with Player's Voice was misquoted". I don't slur my words and [it] is a running joke between my wife and me my memory isn't that great. And spent 100,000 on camp.

"The Super Samoan" obviously feeling insulted by the fact that yet another one of his opponents was popped for steroids filed a lawsuit against the UFC and has been embroiled in legal battle with them ever since. The former heavyweight champion had a drug testing rule for its U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) program waved by the UFC, so Lesnar could fight in the octagon on short notice.

MARK HUNT has launched a foul-mouthed assault on Dana White after being dropped from UFC Sydney, as the fighter reveals he slurs words and struggles with his memory.

Lesnar tested positive for a banned substance in samples taken two weeks before the bout and on the night of the fight itself. Lesnar was able to compete because the results of the failed test were not available before the fight. It's a very fast turnaround for Werdum, who submitted Walt Harris last weekend at UFC 216 in Las Vegas.

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