It appears that Mark Hunt is a little bit upset with the recent news that Brock Lesnar failed both his out-of-competition and in-competition drug tests for their UFC 200 co-main event showdown. Lesnar tested positive for clomiphene, the same substance that sent Jon Jones off the card entirely, but Lesnar's results weren't known until after Brock had beaten Hunt by unanimous decision.
Hunt has already stated that he wants all (upgraded from half) of Lesnar's $2.5 million purse or else he wants out of his UFC contract. Those comments are decidedly tame compared to what he unleashed on Monday's latest edition of The MMA Hour. The current USADA punishments call for a two-year ban for a first offense of the anti-doping policy, but "The Super Samoan" wants much much much harsher penalties.
"The best outcome is if the company that I work for says, ‘you've been cheating, you lose all of your [fight earnings], and since it was cheating, you get fined. You get sued and you get a fine. You're going to straight to court, criminal court, because what you've done is an offense.' That's what I want done," Hunt said. "So that these guys who are cheating don't have more incentive to do it, because they do it for financial gain. If you take all of that away, they get nothing.
"Make them banned for five or 10 years. There goes your career. Five, 10 years, you have no career left and not only that, you lose all of your money. You're done as a fighter. That'll stop you from doing it. That's what I want to see done. I won't be a part of any company who says ‘we don't mind you cheating or doing this or that,' otherwise then every monkey will be [cheating]."
According to Hunt, the UFC has not spoken to Hunt about Lesnar's double failures. He recently called for a fighters association, addressing both Lesnar's four-month testing period USADA exemption, and the UFC's decision to take Conor McGregor off of UFC 200 for, as Hunt put it, "not going to a press conference that me or Brock didn't go to anyway."
As far as Hunt's future in the UFC, he isn't backing down on his earlier comments about wanting out of his contract if action isn't taken. Hope you like the "*" symbol because it's not in short supply for these next two paragraphs.
"I'll go and work somewhere else," Hunt said. "Like I said, I don't give a sh*t. If we've got to sue their asses, well then f*ck you, you're going to get sued. You scummy c*nts. The problem is everyone these days, ‘man, I want to get into the UFC.' F*ck the UFC. You're sh*t. You motherf*ckers don't look after nobody.
"We'll let this f*cking white piece of sh*t f*cking stick needles in his ass and say, ‘oh, he's going to take us all the way to the f*cking bank.' Let's give him f*cking millions of dollars and not worry about this motherf*cker. You know what? F*ck that and f*ck your sh*t company. Look at that for a contract. You can sue me on that, motherf*ckers."
All transcription was courtesy of MMA Fighting. You can watch the full interview at the 3:20:10 mark of the video.