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Mark Hunt goes off on UFC, Dana White after lawsuit dismissed: ‘Someone’s going to put you motherf—kers down!’

UFC Fight Night: Hunt v Willis Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

Mark Hunt’s lawsuit against Ultimate Fighting Champion (UFC), Dana White, and WWE superstar Brock Lesnar is no more, according to a judge at a U.S. district court in Nevada.

Hunt has been trying to bring the promotion, White, and Lesnar all to justice for allegedly conspiring to avoid drug testing rules back at UFC 200 to allow Lesnar to fight Hunt on short notice. The two fought, Lesnar won, ended up testing positive for a banned substance, and Hunt soon after demanded that Lesnar’s entire $2.5 million paycheck should be his. Hunt, of course, then brought about the lawsuit.

While most of Hunt’s case was dismissed earlier this year, “Super Samoan” was still seeking word on a charge of breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Now that Hunt got the opposite answer he was hoping for, the MMA veteran is letting the whole combat community feel his frustration.

Check out Hunt’s Instagram message below:

“I tried to make things even on the battlefield of Mma but again the cheating company @danawhite @ufc with all its billions they ripped everyone off win again someone will die against a steroid using cheater and your shit rip off company will be at fault @ufc I hope all u fuckers burn filthy dog cunnnniesss u can go and get fuuuuuaaaaaarrrkkkkeddd Uwonthisbattlebutthewarwillcontinue #aliactmotherfuckers I am not the first to sue this rip off company and sure as hell wont be the last to sue the @ufc u can’t keep ripping fighters off and run monopoly on the market someone’s going to put u motherfuckers down @danawhite @ufc”

Hunt, 45, hasn’t fought in UFC since a loss to Justin Willis back in December of last year. In fact, Hunt has lost four of his last five Octagon appearances, all coming after his eventual no contest against Lesnar at UFC 200 back in 2016. The former PRIDE standout has already talked about fighting outside of UFC to test his aging skills globally, so fight fans don’t really know if “Super Samoan” will ever step foot back inside of the Octagon.

Even if he wanted to the the promotion may not want him back, especially after this heated lawsuit.

What do you think, Maniacs? Did Hunt get hosed?

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