Found December 15, 2011 on
Hypocrisy at its finest. Should Dana White be fired now? I have no problem with jokes, but Miguel Torres should at least be given the chance to leave the UFC like everyone else. In defeat.
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Miguel Torres is gone. Let's hope it's a short stay in exile.
If he returns to the UFC, it won't erase what's gone down on Twitter with the fighters and it certainly doesn't mean that a future blow up isn't right around the corner. Managing verbal gaffes on Twitter will be an ongoing challenge for teams, sports and fight promotions.
Forrest Griffin, who sort...