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There is a particular point of view which suggests that the Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar should be in jail by now and not in anywhere around his career.

Hunt, who squares off with Alistair Overeem at UFC 209 on Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada spoke with the New Zealand Herald on Wednesday and voiced his concerns for the safety of fighters in the octagon as well as stronger punishment for those caught cheating.

“To be honest, I should be feeling really excited about fighting this weekend and being back in Vegas where everything happens … but I’m kind of upset being here because of what’s happened.
I’ve missed out on three fights – that’s $3 million or $4 million that me and my family should have got, so why did I miss out on that money? I did nothing wrong, yet I’m the one being punished. I’m the one being ostracised.

Some of them fighters are trying to implement the Ali act” which is a bit more transparency through the company and trying to create an even playing field. I’ve said it before; someone could die in the ring if they come up against someone using steroids.

It should be a criminal act where the guy goes to jail.”

Lesnar was suspended for over a year from the UFC for the violation, but no criminal charges were filed. Luckily, the WWE was less strict on his health regimen as they claimed to not test for part timers.

Brock Lesnar was scheduled to face his big time foe Bill Goldberg at WrestleMania 33 which will be a revenge match.