Dana White Changes Tune In Regards To Sherk Situatuon


The following is an interesting excerpt from an article on UFC.com called “Interim Matters at 155 Pounds”, by Thomas Gerbasi:

“The belt can’t be in limbo for this long,” said [Dana] White. “I’ve said since the beginning that I believe in Sean Sherk, but we have to support the Athletic Commission in whatever decision they make. As soon as Sean Sherk can put all of this behind him, he can get right back into the Octagon, and he will be given an immediate shot at the lightweight championship.”

Quite the change in tune, if you ask me. Although I must point out, clearly understandable from Dana White's perspective – and that is not a shot at Sean Sherk. It's not his fault he hasn't had the hearing yet.

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