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Mark Hunt blasts Dana White with profane Instagram post after removal from UFC Sydney main event

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The UFC might be looking out for Mark Hunt’s best interests, but he’s not pleased with its latest decision regarding his career.

Hunt was scheduled to fight Marcin Tybura in the heavyweight main event of UFC Sydney on Nov. 19, but the promotion announced Tuesday that “The Super Samoan” has been removed from that booking due to “medical concerns” and he will be replaced by Fabricio Werdum.

Suffice to say, this apparently didn’t sit well with Hunt. He took to Instagram to post an expletive-laden message aimed at UFC president Dana White, threatening to sue him over the news:

@danawhite u peice of shit motherfuker why u fuckers pull me from the fight u getting another lawsuit u fuckwit u can kiss my ass u bald headed prick u put that chicken shit bitch in get fucked cocksucker

A post shared by The Super Samoan (@markhuntfighter) on Oct 10, 2017 at 4:20pm PDT

Hunt recently wrote a passionate testimonial for the Players Voice, in which he detailed some of the health problems that have been plaguing him after almost 20 years of professional MMA and kickboxing.

“I will probably end my life fighting,” Hunt wrote this past September.

“I’ve been fighting since I was a child, fighting to get out of my circumstances. I used to make $300 a week, struggling to put food on the table but I have become one of the highest-paid fighters in the world. I feel that’s destiny. This is what I’m supposed to be doing and if I die fighting, that’s fine. I just hope that if it does happen, it will be in an honest and fair competition.

“My body is f**ked but my mind is still here. I’ve still got my senses about me and I know what’s right and wrong, which is the main thing. Sometimes I don’t sleep well. You can hear me starting to stutter and slur my words. My memory is not that good anymore. I’ll forget something I did yesterday but I can remember the s**t I did years and years ago.

“That’s just the price I’ve paid – the price of being a fighter. But I’ve fought a lot of drug cheats and copped a lot of punishment from guys who were cheating and that’s not right.”

No official statement has been made regarding the specific medical concerns that led to Hunt’s removal.

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