Joshua Fabia accuses UFC boss Dana White and Sean Shelby of sleeping with UFC female fighters

Joshua Fabia accuses UFC boss Dana White and Sean Shelby of sleeping with UFC female fighters

Joshua Fabia, the head coach of former UFC fighter Diego Sanchez, has made some strong comments against the UFC boss Dana White and Sean Shelby.

 

Following the release of Diego Sanchez, there has been a lot of back and forth between Fabia and the UFC.  Regarding the release of Sanchez, white said that it happened because of his head coach, Fabia.

 

“Somehow, this creep got into Diego’s life and has been controlling him. You saw the video of him chasing guys in the Octagon with a knife,” White said about Fabia. “How f*****g nuts is that? He goes to the commission and tells them that he’s taught Diego this death touch. It goes on and on with this guy. He goes into the (fighter-broadcaster) production meeting and tells the commentators what they should be saying? The guy is bats**t nuts. He worked his way into Diego’s life and has gotten control over him. I just want the best for Diego.”

 

Since those comments were stated, the former UFC fighter and his coach have started raising their voice against the company.

 

“Why isn’t nobody talking about, that the reckoning happened, and that Dana White gets to fu*k fighters?” Fabia said during an interview with John Gibson (h/t LowKickMMA). “How many female fighters has he (White) has sex with? How many female fighters has Sean Shelby had sex with? This is the truth, man. “

 

“And so, let’s just get real,” Fabia continued. “There’s a lot of dirty, ridiculousness, and if you don’t want to clean it up and address it, and do this, yeah, man — I do have to show videos. I do have to show things because nobody else has recorded anything. Nobody else has protected themselves. Nobody else protected their fighter.”

 

So far, there has not been any evidence published against the UFC boss and the matchmaker. Both White and Shelby so far have not responded to these accusations.

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