The UFC released a statement today on their website reinstating top light heavyweight contender Anthony “Rumble” Johnson. “The person who filed a civil temporary protection order against UFC contender Anthony Johnson last September voluntarily dismissed their complaint last week in the Florida Circuit Court. Before granting a dismissal of the case, the presiding judge independently … Read more
UFC lightweight Nate Diaz was already on a bit of thin ice having lost his last two fights in a row, so when he broke the UFC’s Code of Conduct this past week by calling Byan Caraway a “Fag”, UFC president Dana White said Diaz would either be fined, suspended or released by the promotion.
Fortunately for Diaz he gets to keep his job — at least for now.
Nate Diaz did not approve of Pat Healy having his $130,000 bonus money taken away for testing positive for marijuana. And he certainly didn’t like the fact that the bonus money was awarded to pot-hater Bryan Caraway. However, Nate went a bit far in expressing his discontent with the following tweets…
The UFC didn’t give Quinton “Rampage” Jackson a chance to speak inside the Octagon following his decision loss to Glover Teixeira at UFC on FOX 6 last week. Now the former champion talks about the loss to Teixeira and what he thinks the future holds for him. He also discusses the reasons he no longer wants to fight for the UFC, the Reebok sponsorship, his desire to do some boxing, UFC pay-per-view numbers, the infamous “motorboat incident” and much more.