"No, I'm not surprised (UFC suspended Diaz). They have made it pretty clear that they are not going to tolerate any kind of controversial statements. I don't think they have made it clear enough as to exactly what they are and what they are not. I'm still confused on this code of conduct thing, but I know one exists somewhere. But I wasn't shocked that they came out the way they did. This is just my personal opinion, I don't want people jumping all over me for this and hating on me again, but, I think yesterday or the day before yesterday, Joe, whatever his name is, Benavidez, whatever. He tweets out a picture where he is butt naked with a watermelon in between where his junk is supposed to be and two guys in singlets behind him and the tweet says, "just doing my part to support wrestling" or freeing wrestling. I mean, to me, that's, I don't know what message he was trying to send and I don't know how supporting wrestling involves being naked with a watermelon between your legs and two guys in singlet's behind you, but one could argue that can get some people offended. And nothing's going on with him. So, I don't know how this thing is applied. Obviously the slur that Nate used was not intended for what people are thinking. I'm sure it qualifies as something you shouldn't say, but, I just don't know how it's applied. Different people do different stuff. I think Ronda Rousey has made some comments that were kind of questionable. I'm not trying to throw people under the bus, I'm just saying, people that are out there making their opinions known and I guess just randomly are more bold than the others or maybe there is some kind of Twitter hate meter, if it goes up to high you start to punish, I don't really know, it really doesn't matter, it is what it is."
"Nate doesn't feel remorse for what he said. I don't feel remorse for what he said. I don't feel remorse for defending what he said or elaborating on what he said. Because it was not a homophobic statement. It was not intended to offend homosexuals. We weren't even talking about homosexuals. One can debate the multiple uses of this term. We can sit here and debate in the English language, there's a lot of words that mean a lot of different things, but whatever. As it is, it wasn't intended to be used the way people tried to twist the way it was being used. So therefore, what does he have to feel bad about? The fact that [Caraway] shouldn't gloat over other person's issues and try to kiss ass to make a point?