The ex-chairman of NSAC admits to a wrongdoing by allowing Power Slap and expresses his dissatisfaction with the decision.

Former chairman of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, Stephen J. Cloobeck, has expressed regret for his involvement in sanctioning the Power Slap league. The announcement of the league by UFC President Dana White has raised concerns about the safety of the athletes involved as well as the potential popularity of the sport. Despite mixed reactions from mixed martial arts fans, Cloobeck and other members of the commission initially approved the league. However, Cloobeck has since admitted that he made a mistake and is not happy about it. While Dana White may not consider Cloobeck’s opinion, if enough momentum is generated against the league, the conversation may shift. The final event for Power Slap is scheduled for this weekend, and while Dana is focused on social media numbers, the future of the league remains uncertain given the ongoing criticism it has faced.

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