Keith Kizer has condemned the criticism of the White referee Steve Mazzagatti
Josh Burkman shocked the MMA world last Friday (14), when he defeated Jon Fitch in the main event of the World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 3, which took place in Las Vegas in the United States. The "People's Warrior" as it is known, needed less than a minute to erase Fitch with a brutal guillotine.
After the event, UFC president Dana White condemned the performance of referee Steve Mazzagatti, who has worked in the organization of Fertitta. At the time, Fitch was a good time off the guillotine and the very Burkman dropped it on the floor, since the referee did not notice that the fight had already ended a few seconds.
Director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, Keith Kizer was quick to refute the statements of Dana White to the site "MMA Fighting." "The Fitch and Burkman deleted immediately dropped the guillotine. Not a bad or good job of referee, he had no work to do there. Most people thought that Fitch would leave. Dana is a nice guy, but you've probably seen how he treats his former wrestlers, athletes and even employees of the organization, until Jon Jones. He likes to throw people down, regardless of whether they are right or wrong, is an ego thing him fired.