By Sean Ross Sapp
Mark Hunt has the ability to finish any UFC heavyweight, and after a UFC 200 loss to WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar, Hunt still thinks he can get the job done in a rematch.
TMZ Sports caught up with Hunt last night, and asked him about fighting Brock. While Hunt admitted he holds no ill-will towards Lesnar, he says that Brock Lesnar getting an exemption from the United States Anti Doping Agency (USADA) isn't something that he was comfortable with.
"I've got no beef against Brock. I've got issues with the (USADA) exemptions he got. Of course (he'd like a rematch)," Hunt said. "I couldn't get out of first gear."
It's important to note that any fighter who hadn't signed the agreement when USADA and the UFC joined forces is subject to the same exemption. Lesnar was tested several times leading into the fight, as well as on fight night.
The TMZ reporter that was questioning Hunt also also asked if Hunt would be interested in following in the footsteps of the likes of Ronda Rousey and several others by making a crossover appearance in the WWE.
"I don't know. I don't think so. I'm trying to stick to real fighting," Hunt said before driving off.