Mark Hunt is currently in the midst of a lawsuit against the UFC and former UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar.
According to the heavyweight fighter, the lawsuit will not end anytime soon, but it is going all the way.
“Do I want it to go to discovery? Yeah, of course I want it to go to discovery. Like I said, this shit is going all the way. These guys are gonna have to make this right, and not just with me, but with every fighter’s contract. I want the Mark Hunt clause put in their contract. I want every fighter’s contract to put in – if you are juicing, all their money should go to the other guy. If you’re both juicing, none of you guys should get money. People say, well why don’t you take 80 percent, blah blah blah? I say, okay, so me losing my life is 80 percent worth? No. They shouldn’t get anything. Cheaters don’t deserve any sort of money. He knew. These guys that cheat know that they’re gonna get into a fight three or four months down the track, so they premeditatedly know that they’re gonna fight, so they cheat. So it’s like someone trying to rob a bank. They’re planning it out, they premeditate, they go rob the bank and they get the money. It’s like what these juice heads are doing with fighting,” Hunt said to Submission Radio.
The Samoan heavyweight also doesn’t care if the UFC brass chooses to fire him over the legal matter.
“No, nothing’s happened,” Hunt said. “I’m just putting it out there and saying, you know, I mean, you said they might fire me, well that’s just the way it is with work.”
Hunt is actually preparing to headline UFC Fight Night 110 next month against Derrick Lewis.
UFC Fight Night 110 takes place on Saturday, June 10 from the Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand with Mark Hunt and Derrick Lewis headlining. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, which airs live on Fox Sports 1.