Mark Hunt and Justin Willis, who were afraid beforehand, seemed to be boiling, and the media on the spot reported confusion between them after they left the stage.
Some kind of incident just happened in the background when Mark Hunt and Justin Willis had a warm face.
The security that was triggered may have been heard by Tai Tuivasa: "Who the hell do you think you are?", "I will curse you!" pic.twitter.com/dG8WkiGn6z
– broadcast radio (@ SubmissionRadio) November 30, 2018
It was just under official weighting for UFC Adelaide. When the heavy duo was carrying a nose, Hunt seemed to say something to Willis. Willis then answered before men became more animated, which prompted UFC staff to distribute them.
After going to the stage something happened in the background, which caused a delay in the face during the main season, Tyson Pedro and Mauricio "Shogun" Rua. As reported by Radio Submission, the headliner Tai Tuivasa stated: "I will curse both" in response to the incident.
When he talked about Radio broadcast about what happened, Pedro described Willis's behavior as "disrespectful".
"This is disrespectful," said Pedro. "I know you have a pump yourself, but like me with" Shogun "-" Shogun "is a legend and Mark is a legend, from the same time. And I do not know if [Willis] she knows she's in Australia and there are no rules outside where we are. "
Pedro claimed he did not know what Willis told Hunt, but he did not believe that interaction would help the US when he met the "Super Samoan" on Octagon.
"I think he's trying to draw more than he is trying to draw Mark, and you do not want Mark to move. If anything is the worst thing you can do."
Pedro described the scenes.
"I went back and tried to stop the fight, but you can not ignore our leading horseman. Do not encourage the fight outside Octagon, but do not go and tell that to our leading horse, then get out and say something about our team," Pedro said.
"I'm sure he went to Mark and Tai was there," he added. "I'm not going to our team; we're all here and we are in Australia, so it's probably not a good idea."