UFC: Evan Dunham says UFC never paid his ambulance bill

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Evan Dunham is a long time UFC veteran having made his debut at UFC 95 and he has been with UFC for more than a decade and has amassed 19 fights against top competition. Dunham has compiled a record of 18-7-1.

The 36-year-old’s last fight at UFC 223 against Olivier Aubin-Mercier was supposed to be his retirement fight. But he was TKOed in 53 seconds in the first round.

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Dunham was examined by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) officials and Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) ringside physicians determined that he should undergo further tests at the nearby medical facility.

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However, Dunham claims the UFC failed to process his ambulance bill.

Dunham took to Twitter, in a now-deleted Tweet, to reveal the UFC has yet to pay his ambulance bill. Here’s what he had to say:

“Dealing with collections right now UFC never paid my ambulance bill from two fights ago. Even though I sent the bill in multiple times to whoever is supposed to be handling it. #ufc

Dunham is facing Francisco Trinaldo September 22 at UFN 137. In August, he posted on Instagram that it will be his last bout.

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