Mark Hunt slammed UFC and USADA

Former К-1 World Grand Prix champion – Mark Hunt, slapped once again the biggest mixed martial arts promotion company in the world.

“Super Samoan”has never been silent about the issues of PED (performance enhancing drugs) in combat sports and the special treatment of specific fighters who were caught taking them.

The return ot Jon Jones for UFC 232 and his latest failed drug test obviously made the New Zealander sick to his stomach and he spoke his mind when was interviewed by MMA UK earlier this week.

“They [UFC] have actually taken my love for fighting away because of how they promote steroids and cheaters, how they’ve done it all,” Hunt said.
“They’ve pushed me out of the way, to be honest and that’s what’s taken my love for fighting away. It’s kind of sad because they should be promoting the guy that’s not cheating whereas they are promoting the cheaters of this sport, which is wrong. I actually thought Jeff Novitzky was a nice person but he’s just a sellout. You’re a sellout, bro. That’s the bottom line.”
The wrathful Hunt said the decision of moving UFC 232 from Las Vegas to Los Angeles just because Jon Jones was caught with Turinabol is the best testimony that UFC only cares for the household names.

For example, look at the situation with Jon Jones and Gustafsson,” Hunt said. “Look at that situation. They move a whole freakin’ show for one cheating guy. All the fans miss out on all their airlines, all their flights, all that jazz. They miss out all because of this one idiot.

The UFC has the best stringent testing in the whole freakin’ world but look what they’re doing. They give people four-month waivers so they can get past the tests, they’ve got these guys that say ‘The tests say he has a picogram — a bit of steroids in him — but that’s from the last time we caught him.’ But he’s still got some sh*t in him. So does that mean he’s cheating? Yes, he is. Why are you even putting him to fight?

The truth of the fact is, it didn’t matter whether he had a picogram now or if he had it 20 years ago, he’s still got some sh*t in him so he shouldn’t be fighting. It’s illegal. They’re promoting steroids, that’s what they’re doing,” Hunt added.

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