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Fabricio Werdum To Carry Out community outreach for LGBTQ

Fabricio Werdum To Carry Out community outreach for LGBTQ
Fabricio Werdum

Fabricio Werdum had been sentenced to do community outreach for LGBTQ community due to disappointment the UFC had with his use of Homophurbic Slur "Vai Cavalo" on Tony Ferguson during their media promotion ahead of their fight in UFC216.

A Statement From The UFC Reads

"The UFC organization is disappointed with recent comments made by Fabricio Werdum at a promotional event in Los Angeles. The nature and implication of his comments do not reflect UFC’s views and will not be tolerated, no matter the manner in which they are used."

" We acknowledge and appreciate that Fabricio has since apologized to the organization and to anyone he may have offended with his words. As high profile athletes, role models, and global ambassadors of the sport of Mixed Martial Arts, athletes under contract with UFC are required to abide by the Athlete Conduct Policy. Given his breach of this policy, Fabricio has agreed to perform community outreach within the LGBTQ community in Las Vegas, taking steps to enact change and make a direct impact within the community."

Werdum, after the act sent apologies to any one offended and also said he didn't intend to offend anyone with those words, also denying being homophobic.
He Will be back in UFC216 to face  Derrick Lewis on Oct. 7, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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