Dana White cuts Paul Daley and Kimbo Slice from the UFCPosted on May 9, 2010, 01:03 AM by Anton Gurevich
Following the performances during (and after) their fights at UFC 113, promotion's president Dana White declared that Kimbo Slice and Paul Daley will never fight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship again. Talking about Paul Daley's outbrust following the loss to Josh Koscheck, White talked about his disappointment:
"He'll never come back. I don't care if he's the best 170-pounder in the world. He's never coming back here. There's no excuse for that. You never hit a guy like that after the bell."
As for the money-making Kimbo Slice, UFC President stated that he is "done". Kimbo was dominated by the fellow TUF 10 participant Matt Mitrione, failing to deliver any damage to the "Meathead":
"That's probably Kimbo's last fight in the UFC," Dana White said at the post-fight press conference. "He's doneWe're probably going to cut him."
Paul Daley may sign for Strikeforce, who are desperately looking for the top Welterweight contender to challenge Nick Diaz for the title. The fight against Diaz could be one of the best striking shows of the recent years in MMA, not speaking about the pre-fight trash talk between the two. Twenty-seven year old Paul Daley is currently 23-9-2 in his MMA career, fighting out of Nottingham, England.