Uh Oh… Frank Mir Is Becoming Disappointed In The UFC

“I thought maybe this was another situation like that, but I guess not,” Mir said of previous times when he asked the UFC for help. “I don’t know.”

He’s no noob to the UFC or the fight game in general, fighting for 16 years in total in the UFC…

“I’ve tried to just make things work as well as possible,” Mir said. “But I don’t even know if I’m allowed to discuss things with other organizations and find out if I can fight for them or not. I’m kind of in this limbo.”

“My feelings have been hurt, yes,” He says. “If that’s what you’re asking. I don’t feel the same about the company as I felt years ago. And I’m seeing that even with some of the ways they’re handling things the way they handle them now. There’s been several times where I’m like, ‘Wow, if Lorenzo was still there at the office, if Dana was still in full control and not just a minority shareholder, would that have ever happened?’ I don’t know about that.

Although he says he has, doubts about the company and how it’s changed since it was founded…

“I don’t know if this is the same company that I started with 15 years ago.”

“Now do I spend x amount of money more going after the supplements I took three years ago now … or do I just ride out the rest of the suspension?” Mir said. “I don’t know. It just doesn’t sit well with me.”

“Thankfully, I’ve had a successful enough career that I have a little bit of money to try to fight this,” Mir said. “What about the guys who don’t? What if a prelim guy gets falsely accused or takes something from a supplement company he wasn’t aware of. Where does he get the money to try and battle this?”

“For me and my family, I want to know what happened and how it happened,” Mir said. “That’s for me.”

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