After the UFC on Fuel TV 2 press conference UFC president Dana White spoke about the King Mo situation & the chance of him returning to Zuffa.
“We’ll see how this whole thing goes down. The fact that he called her and reached out to her, I mean that’s what he should have done. It’s respectable. I respect that.
Some of the dummies in the press started talking about me cutting him as if this was something between me and him. What people have to understand, this is way bigger than me and him. First of all, this guy is an unlicensed fighter. He’s not licensed. He just got busted using something. Everybody has their due process. He will have his day before the commission. He went before the commission, and they said, ‘We’re suspending you for nine months,’ and he got whatever was handed down to him. Now, he has to go before the Nevada State Athletic Commission again before he can get licensed.
He called her a racist [expletive]. These are the people that oversee me, too. These are the people that can tell me, ‘You can no longer have a license.’ It’s bigger than me and him. It’s bigger than that. So he’s got his own problems before he’s got to deal with me. You understand what I’m saying? He’s got to go back before the commission to get licensed.
I’m going into court, and before the judge hands this sentence to me, I say, ‘Hey, judge, before you sentence me, I’d just like you to know that I think you’re a [expletive]. Alright, go ahead. What do you want to do to me now? That’s literally what he did.
Before he gets licensed again, he has to go before the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and that is not going to be a fun day for him, I would have to imagine. Maybe I’m wrong.
Everybody makes mistakes. I say this all the time, and it’s all in how you handle yourself after the mistakes.
I’m not Mr. Perfect. I’ve made a lot of mistakes myself, and I will make more. There’s other guys, too. Tito Ortiz still fights in the UFC.”