- UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre will face what many expect to be one of the toughest tests of his career when he meets Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 on November 16. Check out a video preview for the bout above.
On the night of the incident -- where Miller goaded Hall into a brief but heated exchange by repeatedly calling him a "b**ch n***a" -- Mayhem tweeted, "HAHAHA F*** YOU B***H N***A."
A few days later, Mayhem described the incident thusly: "Some guy got in my face, I punked him, he threw, I slipped it."
He then lamented the fact that he's been cast as a bad guy by the media following three arrests within a month for domestic disputes and this latest incident.
"It seems to me that I must play the 'bad guy' insomuch as that is the narrative that everyone is writing for me. Truth is, I'm full of love... OH YA, I'M A RACIST. LMMFAO... I have no hate for anyone based on race, and idgaf what u think anyway," he wrote.
Whatever the truth is, Mayhem's remaining fans will be happy to know that he is -- according to his Twitter account -- planning on returning to MMA.
- It looks like famed grappling coach Robert Drysdale's UFC debut will be cancelled a second time, as MMAJunkie reports that the fighter has failed to obtain a license for his planned UFC 167 bout after registering an elevated testosterone-to-epitestosterone level on a drug test.
Drysdale did not test positive for any banned substances, but did display a T:E ratio over three times that which is allowed by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Prior to his initially scheduled debut at UFC 163 -- which he pulled out of with a staph infection -- Drysdale applied for a therapeutic use exemption for testosterone replacement therapy due to hypogonadism.
Drysdale was scheduled to face fellow light heavyweight Cody Donovan on the UFC 167 preliminary card.