Resolution? No. But 'Greasegate' could spur change
The Nevada State Athletic Commission took no formal action in the review of
After lengthy testimony from both camps, including
Before the proceedings began, NSAC Executive Director
The Commission first heard from
The Commission then reviewed footage from UFC cameras that focused on St. Pierre's corner between rounds.
Afterwards, Penn's lawyer,
Penn also made a statement, giving his recollection of the before, during, and after of the fight. While shying away from accusing St. Pierre directly, he questioned why the UFC welterweight was not in attendance.
A video presentation prepared by Penn's camp was not viewed due to time constraints on the meeting.
"It's up to the commission to decide how much further they want to formally go on this," Kizer said afterwards. "They could make regulatory changes, they could issue some sort of directive to me or the inspectors or referees to handle situations differently," he said.
However, Kizer maintained he would not issue a complaint against St. Pierre or his camp.
"I have no plans to bring anything against anybody in this case," he continued.
At the meeting's end, Penn and his representatives said they were unsure of their next move.