I mean handling such situations like the one with Wand for example. He says he got the news like everyone else- from the Internet. Unprofessional and disrespectful. Really? No one has the courage and professionalism to call the guy and talk to him? It has been like that many many times, I also believe they even cut the fighter without telling him, he found out from the Internet. Also, many times they read something on the Internet or overhear from someone (be it from another fighter or a journalist) and they make a decision based on that, punishing a given fighter, saying he is done etc. Again, really? In a company worth billions of dollars nobody has a clue that you make sure if any of that is true first, calling a person involved, giving him / her a benefit of the doubt, talking to him/her about the situation that occurred, because you never know what happened and what led a given fighter to do what he/she done (if they done it even). So again, Dana, I can understand. But all the UFC employees? Lorenzos? Pathethic if you ask me. Would never want to work with people like that in a normal firm. Any explanation of this you may have?