Mark Hunt Rants About Brock Lesnar Amid 2016 WWE SummerSlam Madness

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Mark Hunt still is fuming over Brock Lesnar.

Lesnar defeated Hunt last month at UFC 200, after which it was revealed that Lesnar failed two separate drug tests for a banned substance. The whole ordeal hasn’t been sitting well with Hunt, who again ripped Lesnar on social media during Sunday night’s WWE SummerSlam pay-per-view event.

Lesnar faced Randy Orton in the main event at SummerSlam, at which point someone tweeted a photo at Hunt showing a fan holding a “got juice” sign. It was a clear reference to the performance-enhancing drug allegations made against Lesnar, and Hunt took the opportunity and ran with it.

Using steroids isn't anything to be proud of dikhead u are a fraud like everything u done fake ass steroid user 😂😂😂😂😂😂👎🏾👎🏾👎🏾👎🏾💉💉💉💉

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Some fans didn’t care for Hunt blasting Lesnar, if only because it came off as sour grapes. Hunt followed up with an obscene message for those haters.

This pic is for all u cowards telling me to let it go Don't ever tell me to let it go ok I'm not a scared ass puppet like u I will speak my mind regardless the circumstances that's the problem with u little cockroaches as soon as the light goes on u scatter amazes me how many coward steroid using trolls on here jus so u know I don't give a flying fark about u or your scared ass u let it go u go and sit at the back of the bus u go and hide I ain't never scared 😂😂😂😂😂 #rideordie bitches 🖕🖕🖕🖕

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Lesnar won his match versus Orton via TKO following a controversial finish. Orton was left in a pool of his own blood, and some on the Internet immediately began to speculate whether Lesnar went off-script in delivering a vicious (real) blow to his opponent’s head.

Hunt was among those who chimed in, calling for Lesnar to be banned from WWE for what he seemingly believed was a deliberate act within an otherwise scripted realm.

Don’t expect Hunt to get over his feud with Lesnar anytime soon.

Thumbnail photo via Joshua Dahl/USA TODAY Sports Images

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