The main reason Dana/UFC was bitter about the incident is because they had paid $50k for this guy to fight and they couldn't even air the fight because of Babalu's stunt. not to mention endangering the sport's reputation if things would have went wrong. I think this may be actually good for Babalu's career in the long run. Just like Don Imus getting fired. no publicity is bad publicity... He will get signed by another org and get paid a bit less money but he will go on a tear and after about a year get back into the UFC, and they will hype him up as the rehabilitated rebel on a win streak..