"Why can't I find Diet Dr. Pepper in Australia?? Grrrr!!" Hyatt posted on Facebook.
Hyatt, a 23-year-old strawweight, apparently grew fond of the popular soft drink during her recent visit to the United States for her Invicta FC 4 title bout against Carla Esparza, and she had trouble finding cans of it when she returned to her homeland.
Hyatt posted on her official Facebook fan page a photo of herself holding a can of Diet Cherry Dr Pepper, a tasty variation of the original soda.
Dr Pepper was first nationally marketed in the United States in 1904, and is now also sold in Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand as an imported drink, South Africa and South America.
However, it's availability in Australia is extremely limited. Dr Pepper has a unique taste, and it hasn't caught on in Australia as it has in the United States.
Hyatt is expected to return to the United States in April, as she is slated to fight on the Invicta FC 5 card in Irvine, Calif.
Hopefully, Hyatt will be able to slurp down a delightful Dr Pepper beverage at that point in time.
Invicta FC 5 official fight announcements include Vanessa Porto (15-5) vs Barb Honchak (7-2) for the inaugural Invicta FC flyweight title, and an atomweight title bout between Jessica Penne (10-1) and Michelle Waterson (10-3).
Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp said Invicta FC fans can also expect to see the return of Rose Namajunas (1-0) and Veronica Rothenhausler (1-0), as well as the promotional debut of ex-Strikeforce champ Sarah Kaufman (15-2).
Hyatt's opponent for Invicta FC 5 has not yet been officially announced. Be sure to follow her on Twitter at @rowdybec.