I'm not saying its true. I'm just saying a lot of people have reason to believe he may or may not have beaten the shit out of a woman in brazil. What is not speculation is that he was arrested for it.
Hell of a fighter.. But he has some demons..
I don't know if he did it or not. I'm just not so sure that the UFC should be in the position of judging someone like that without putting themselves in a position where they could be called hypocrites.
First of all, they make a living through a sport that is based on fighting. Violence. But let's put that one aside, and look at one of their bigger stars instead. Rampage went on a rampage and allegedly caused a woman to lose her baby. I don't know if it's true or not, but this is what they to have happened. Instead of getting the boot out of UFC - he gets legal help and the sympathies from the president, Dana White.
Falcao hits a woman (if true) and he gets the boot? Seems a bit fishy to me, to be honest. Why should Rampage get all the help he can get, while Falcao gets the boot. At least they could be consistent with these things.
I guess my point is that for me, I'm fine whether they kicked him out or not. It's a decision I can't have a say in anyway. But at least be consistent with what you do your fighters. It's just not really fair.
As for the demons, I think a lot of fighters, at least back in the day, used to have them. A Gracie comes to mind, but there were more.