June 26, 2011 by staff
Nate Marquardt, For the first time since his abrupt departure from the UFC, former top middleweight contender Nate Marquardt has led the public in connection with his recent dismissal. Because Twitter only allows 140 characters per message, “Nate the Great” was rather selective (generic and vague) of what he revealed.
“I feel all my fans and the UFC for not passing the examinations for the fight tonight. I’m heartbroken I could not fight, but I’ll b back,” Marquardt wrote just now. Posts Unfortunately, no follow-up were issued. Athletic Commission Penn State is organizing a press conference at 16:00 ET/1PM PT to discuss the situation Marquardt.
Just minutes before Marquardt was scheduled for weighing for his debut at welterweight, the first of 185 pounds was forced to withdraw from the fight main event tonight with the story of Rick. In a way the keyboard warrior, the rumor has been rampant, with the possible answers to why the Commission brought 32 years of age, when 11.
UFC President Dana White immediately sent to the unemployment line Marquardt following the decision of CAPP is.
For those who believe that excessive weight cutting was the driving force behind his unexpected exit of “UFC Versus 4,” here the video interview last Marquardt hours prior to tip the balance. The clip of NBC Sports, it looks like he has his weight under control:
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