Whose fault is it that Wanderlei Silva can't get a job?
Depends on who you ask.
"The Axe Murderer" has been trying to pay his bills after getting unceremoniously banned from the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA) -- for life -- but gets stonewalled at every turn, thanks to the contractual pimp slap from Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
Something Silva referred to as "slavery" on social media.
"Wanderlei Silva ran from a drug test," UFC President Dana White said during the UFC Fight Night 62 post-fight press conference (watch it). "If he's a slave, he's a slave of his own doing. He did this to himself. The UFC didn't do anything to Wanderlei Silva. Actually, everything that's happening to Wanderlei Silva, he brings to himself."
Everything except a job at Bellator, that is.
Silva was Pete Rose'd after dodging a UFC 175 drug test and hasn't competed since Donkey Kong'ing Brian Stann way back in March 2013 in "The Land of the Rising Sun," a place he's still revered for his incredible run through the ranks of PRIDE.
As part of his "war" against the machine, Wandy has vowed to help the next generation of fighters, especially those faced with dwindling sources of income, earn a living after getting rolled over by the Reebok bus. That's probably not the best way to get back on Dana's good side.
Forget a lawyer, it's time to call Chael Sonnen.