Lesnar served in Hunt lawsuit

March 23, 2017

Brock Lesnar has been personally served in the Mark Hunt lawsuit according to court papers filed today.  The UFC heavyweight filed the lawsuit in January in Nevada.

Earlier this week, Hunt’s attorneys filed its opposition brief in the UFC and Dana White’s Motion to Dismiss.  Lesnar had not yet been served according to a footnote in the brief.  The attorneys for Hunt had been working to serve Lesnar but had been unsuccessful.

Proof of Service by JASONCRUZ206 on Scribd

Since Lesnar is a Canadian citizen and he was unwilling to accept service voluntarily, Hunt had to serve him pursuant to the protocol of the Hague convention.  While this might sound daunting, it shouldn’t be.

Payout Perspective:

One would have to think that Lesnar join the Motion to Dismiss brought by the UFC and White.  Although this Lesnar’s claims differ from the UFC and White, expect the current WWE star’s attorney to proclaim the lawsuit as without merit.  MMA Payout will have more on this in the coming weeks.

3 Responses to “Lesnar served in Hunt lawsuit”

  1. TOPS E on March 23rd, 2017 9:57 PM
  2. Ben on March 24th, 2017 9:12 AM

    Isnt it ilegal to post a celebritys address on the web

  3. Jason Cruz on March 24th, 2017 1:14 PM

    @Ben Not sure that’s his address. Moreover, this is all public record. If they wanted to seal or redact it was up to them to do so.

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