UFC Reportedly Changing Their Tune On Paul Daley, May Forgive Past In Favor Of New Deal

Bellator welterweight Paul Daley was once a competitor for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). However, UFC President Dana White would go on to remove the fighter from the roster and vowed that Daley would never compete inside the octagon again.

After being dealt a unanimous decision defeat to Josh Koscheck back at UFC 113, Daley took a swing at his opponent. The fracas lead to some serious controversy and drew the ire of Dana White, leading to the UFC president’s vow.

However, a new rumor claims that the UFC is allegedly showing a new interest in signing Daley to the promotion. Here is the original report from Middle Easy:

“Now with a new management team, Paul Daley is now targeting a return to the UFC once his Bellator contract has run it’s course. Daley’s new agent has a direct pipeline to UFC higher ups and the promotion has showed renewed interest in signing him again.”

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