Dana White Believes Sean Sherk Didn't Take Steroids

The following is an excerpt from an ESPN.com interview with UFC president Dana White:

ESPN The Magazine: What are you going to do with the 155-pound weight class?

White: I don’t know. Like I said, I trust when Sean Sherk tells me something, and I believe him. I’m not just saying this because I’m president of this league. He’s my friend, and if he tells me he didn’t do this, I believe him. He’s innocent until proven guilty. He’s not a liar, he’s not a cheater. We’ll see what happens. If at the end of the day the commission says he took steroids, then that’s what the ruling is and he’ll get whatever they put on him. That division will live on. This is a speed bump, and it hurts us bad. But we’re going to move on.

To read the complete interview on the ESPN.com website, click here.

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