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UFC, Brock Lesnar, & Dana White Lose Federal Appeal to Heavyweight Mark Hunt

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Dan, Mike, and Jason dissect the viral story up now on Conduct Detrimental.

Former UFC Heavyweight Mark Hunt once sued the UFC, President Dana White and one of UFC’s biggest stars Brock Lesnar, over an alleged doping scheme and fraudulent cover up. Specifically, Lesnar beat Hunt and then - afterwards - failed a drug test. Hunt alleged that if Lesnar didn’t have illegal drugs in his system that Hunt would have won the fight. The case was largely dismissed at the District Court level but in a surprising move, the Ninth Circuit overturned the dismissal on appeal. It has been revived... [Cue the Undertaker sit up GIF]

Now that the case is back, Mark Hunt is doing a victory lap on social media and EXPLICITLY singing the praises of Jason Morrin and Conduct Detrimental for breaking the news to the world. The most-read article in the young history of ConductDetrimental.com

We break it down. 

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Dan Wallach (@WallachLegal)

Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust)

Mike Lawson (@Mike_SonOf_Law)

Jason Morrin (@Jason_Morrin)

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