http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2016/7/2...t-sport-for-us-it-s-not-a-good-business-right In the interview with Bloody Elbow, Le accuses the UFC of rushing to judgement against him for his (now discredited) positive HGH test as a means of keeping him from signing with Bellator. So you think they added time to your suspension just to keep you off the market longer? Yes definitely. This is how I see it. Two weeks before I was going to leave for Vietnam and finish out my training - in Vietnam because I can adjust to the time there - [former UFC VP of business and legal affairs] Mike Mersch called me and said "Cung did you see my email?" And I said yeah, and there was an email with an 18-month extension to my contract. And I told him I can't sign it until my lawyers look at it and I can't remember exactly why my lawyer couldn't look at it. He was either on vacation or on a case. I can't remember but he couldn't look at it for at least a week. So I said I could get back to them as soon as he looked at it in a week or so. And Mersch said "No, We need it now. Send it before you leave." I told him I definitely wasn't going to sign something before my lawyer looked it over and he said suit yourself and hung up on me. They've never hung up on me. I've always worked my ass off for them. And then what do you know, [the test] happened. So wait, are you saying the UFC faked the test or something like that? No. I'm not saying that. But they were quick to move on suspending me, keeping me on the shelf after I wouldn't sign and the lab results came back. Correct me if I'm wrong but when Belfort's test rests came back showing he had elevated [Testosterone] levels they never reported it? They weren't in a rush to announce that. They were quick to announce mine before all the facts were in and to add three months to the suspension. So you're saying they took advantage of the test results? That they jumped on it to quickly when the results came back? That's what I think. When you look at what happened: Coker took over Bellator, me not signing right away. I'm sure If I was signed right away they would have been fine and dandy. We would have been working out those lab results privately. I was disappointed too. If I had resigned I was planning to start cutting down to 170 pounds because these 185 pounders were too huge. I thought I could have done well at 170 pounds.