I love when you get these organizations that try to — I guess I’d call it the holier-than-thou approach. You know, really? So when [our fighters] make mistakes and things happen and bad things happen, you want to point the finger at them and say this whole organization is bad and these are bad people because these are things that (they) have done. Fuck you, okay?
… How do you really think that we could possibly police 375 fighters and try to control everything they say?
The thing that Nogueira said down in Brazil, you know? And I’ll tell you right now, if there was a gay fighter in UFC, I wish he would come out. I could care less if there’s a gay fighter in the UFC. There probably is and there’s probably more than one. I mean, it’s 2012. Give me a break.
But you’re going to have guys like Nogueira who come from Brazil, who’s got that macho, Latino—doesn’t want to roll with a gay guy. People are going to say stuff like this.