[UFC] said they were going to have me fight Cheick Kongo over in Europe and I said I wasn't interested.
I asked them to release me from my contract, they did and the next day I signed with Affliction." Needless to say, the then 33-year-old bruiser was in a fit of emotion and was even more throttled by UFC's compensatory package of a Kongo tussle in Europe.
The UFC president is a colorful personality, capable of Twitter tirades and fighting members of his own roster.I would have to win four fights in the UFC to make the 0,000 to get what I was paid [at Affliction: Banned]. He was getting 0,000 and 0,000 plus PPV buys. I was like, 'I'm the [former] f***ing heavyweight champ and this guy comes in and he's making this kind of money?I had one fight on my contract left and I wanted to fight Brock Lesnar next. He's only fought once in his career.' I was very bitter, very pissed off.Taking to Instagram, Peter, 33, shared a snap of the couple from the stands, with the Channel Nine reporter looking excited while his 30-year-old girlfriend stares blankly into the camera for the selfie. Earlier on Sunday, Sylvia also took to Instagram to document her travels, standing on the ground of the Musée du Louvre and making it look like she is picking up the Eiffel Tower with her fingers 'My sister and my mum both sat me down after that stint on-air with Pete and said 'Is there something going on?
Despite Sylvia's repeated calls for re-admittance -- pre-retirement -- uncle Dana wouldn't budge. "Pit Bull" earned his most recent victory by decisioning Frank Mir (lowlights here) at the UFC 191 pay-per-view (PPV) in Las Vegas. I truly believe that if I hadn't taken some dumb, stupid fights and stayed in shape I could have been back in the UFC and top 10, as well.
And despite spending a day exploring Paris, Today Show newsreader Sylvia Jeffreys looked unimpressed to be spending her only night in the romantic city at the Euro 2016 football with boyfriend Peter Stefanovic.