Found May 19, 2013 on 5thRound.com:
Las Vegas, here he comes! Eleven days after getting denied at a New Zealand airport, UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt (pictured) has finally obtained a visa to enter America. “Thank u for my visa father,” Hunt tweeted Sunday afternoon. Hunt is slated to co-headline UFC 160 opposite former champion Junior dos Santos. He was hoping to arrive in Vegas a couple of weeks early so he could get acclimated to the time zone changes before Saturday’s shootout. Oh, well. Better late than never… “The Super Samoan” is expected to be on a plane by late Sunday or early Monday. Hunt has remained vague as to why he’s had complications with his visa, but it appears to be linked to a 2002 arrest when two of his friends were involved in a fight. UFC 160 takes place inside MGM Grand in Nevada. A heavyweight title tilt between champ Cain Velasquez and Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva headlines the gig. It is believed a victorious Hunt or dos Santos will get next dibs at the crown.
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Mark Hunt is cleared for UFC 160, the fight with Junior dos Santos is still on.

  After the last two weeks of second-guessing and wondering if the Mark Hunt hype train would be derailed due to a prior arrest years ago, thus effecting his Visa  and travel to the US for his fight against JDS, everything has cleared. Life is good, we are cool, everything is great. Now, we shall see the rightful number one contender fight go down at UFC 160. Rally for Mark Hunt...
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