Mark Hunt and the UFC have been at odds for a while now, but the latest incident between the two saw the promotion remove Hunt from a main event bout against Marcin Tybura at UFC Fight Night Sydney.
Despite all of his problems with the promotion, the heavyweight wants to know where he stands right now with them.
“They don’t like people telling the truth,” Hunt said on The MMA Hour. “You want the truth? You can’t handle the f*cking truth! They’ve got three fights to honor. Either pay me out of the contract or give me three fights. If there’s things they want me to do to compete, then fine. I’ll do that. I need to do these three fights and move on. I’m still waiting for what they want me to do. I’m still waiting to here what it is that I need to do to fix this.”
UFC President Dana White recently penned a letter to the Daily Telegraph saying that Hunt refused to come to Las Vegas to get tests done on his brain.
Hunt is saying that he is willing to take the tests, but he would rather get them done in his home country of Australia.
“I did do it in Australia and they still pulled me from the card,” Hunt said. “They didn’t use the doctors results that they got. They still pulled me. They didn't listen to the doctors’ reports. Why should I have to fly all the way out to Las Vegas for? Why?”
There is currently no timeframe in place for when Hunt could return to action or for when the UFC may decide on his future in the organization.