Donald Cerrone In Hot Water, Dana White's "Lookin' For A Fight," Former UFC Champ Questions Future

- Dana White isn't going anywhere, and likely neither is his reality series, "Lookin' for a Fight." The online video, which follows White and others around the country to regional MMA events, released episode seven on Monday.

In this edition, White is joined by former champion Matt Serra and Din Thomas as they take in a donut shop in Los Angeles, tour the "Kingdom" television set and are joined along the way by the likes of Nate Diaz, David Spade, Travis Barker and others.

- During a Q&A session this past weekend as part of the UFC Fan Expo, welterweight contender Donald Cerrone used a homophobic slur to describe the UFC 200 bout between Daniel Cormier and Anderson Silva. Cormier earned the win, using his wrestling to over-power the former UFC middleweight champion.

Cerrone stated during the event, "Your boy 'DC,' terrible. Terrible. How you going to give up weight and fight like a (expletive) man?" Phil "CM Punk" Brooks was on-stage with Cerrone at the time.

Following the ordeal, Cerrone issued a statement on Instagram - that has since been taken down - in which he apologized to the LGBTQ community. "Cowboy" is scheduled to face Rick Story next month at UFC 202.

- A botched weigh-in, followed by a third loss in his last four fights has Johny Hendricks questioning his future. The former UFC welterweight champion was bested by Kelvin Gastelum this past Saturday night at UFC 200.

"I think I've got to take a step back and re-focus," Hendricks said (thanks to MMAjunkie for the quotes). "It might be a month, two months, three months - hell, I don't know - decide if I want to fight. I love fighting. To get in that Octagon makes me so happy, but to perform like that...I'm an idiot in that fight, is what it really boils down to. I'm an idiot in that fight."

Hendricks went toe-to-toe for 25 minutes with then-UFC champion Georges St-Pierre in 2013, losing via split decision in a bout many believed he won. When St-Pierre vacated the title, "Bigg Rigg" defeated Robbie Lawler to claim it before dropping it back to Lawler in a rematch.


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