Australian fighter Symbol Hunt has questioned the UFC’s decision to waive Brock Lesnar’s medicine test before their UFC 200 showdown.
Lesnar’s challenger at next month’s ufc 200 event has launched a scathing harm on the WWE superstar after he was awarded an exemption from medication testing.
Hunt is furious in the UFC’s decision, proclaiming that the 38-year-old from South Dakota, USA, is “juiced to the gills.”
The other day, Lesnar arrived of his four-and-a-half yr mixed fighting techinques hiatus to consent to co-headline the UFC’s landmark 200th event with Jon Jones versus Daniel Cormier II on Sunday July 9 at the T-Mobile World in NEVADA, Nevada.
Usually four calendar months’ notice is necessary for drug assessment under the UFC’s anti-doping plan guidelines, governed by america Anti-Doping Company (USADA).
However, the guidelines do allow an exemption to get at the UFC’s discretion “in exceptional circumstances or where in fact the strict application of this guideline would be manifestly unjust to an sportsman.”
It has prompted an competitive response from Lesnar’s challenger, with Make Hunt expressing:
“I don’t believe that’s fair. I believe it’s fill of bulls***, I believe it’s rubbish,” Hunt informed UFC Deal with WEEK on Fox Sports activities within an exclusive interview.
“I don’t believe anyone should be exempt from trials. If they’re hoping to clean the activity up – combined fighting techinques – this is an awful way to do it. I don’t service who you are. It’s absurd.
“I don’t believe from the great move. I believe he’s juiced to the gills – and I still think I’ll knock him out. THEREFORE I don’t believe that’s accurate. I don’t believe he should be permitted to get a four-month exemption often everybody else should. Normally I will start juicing.
“How will you clean the activity up doing that s***? It will not happen. I don’t believe it’s fair.
“I’ve already voiced my view to [UFC employer] Dana [White] about any of it but obviously he [Lesnar] has been getting examined but he’s probably been off several cycles anyways.”
The UFC released a affirmation to mass media organizations saying that Lesnar’s prolonged spell from the UFC and that he only agreed upon a package to struggle at UFC 200 on Fri contributed to your choice to waive the four-month notice guideline.
Since Dec 2011 lesnar hasn’t stepped in to the UFC cage, when he lost a name eliminator against Alistair Overeem with a first-round TKO.
Hunt, 42, retains an MMA record of 12-10-1, and minds into UFC 200 pursuing back-to-back victories over Antonio Silva and Frank Mir with a TKO and KO respectively, both in the first circular.
The grappler continues to be agreed upon with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and is also expected to go back to the squared group prior to the end of the entire year. The athletics entertainment company could face criticism off the trunk of the UFC’s decision to waive the wrestler’s medication test as the WWE itself has been scrutinized over time as it pertains to its sportsmen and drugs. (RT)