My thought is what constitutes an official offer by the UFC and what constitutes a subsequent official turn down by the fighter? I mean they can throw names of potential opponents all day , does the fighter lobbying for a different fight get accused of "turning down" any of those? Seems to me the only way a fighter can be accused of turning down a fight officially/legally/wtvr is if there is some sort of contractual offer or demand by his employer. Is it as cut and dry as say an NFL team offering up a payday of a specific contract and the perspective draftee/free agent saying yes or no? Just wondering what "turned down a fight" means and why it is so bad.
Thats right bitches, gonna have to bling out the other hand soon...