Matchmaker Foster resigns from Shine Fights
“I’m 100-percent done. I have nothing to do with them at this time,” Foster told MMAWeekly.com in an exclusive interview.
“Of course you can look back at a situation after it has already happened and you can say ‘man if we would have done this different, if we would have just done that different,’ so hindsight is 20/20. It definitely could have been prevented.
“It wasn’t just negligence, it was the countless hours put into hyping up the fighters, it was everything. We put so much time and effort into everything; it wasn’t like we just overlooked small details. How does stuff happen that you just couldn’t prepare for?”
“At the end of the day it just was not the best fit for me.”
“At this point, I’m moving on and doing stuff that I’m doing, they’re doing whatever they’re doing now. I wish them the best and at this point, I don’t need to talk to them. I’m going to keep moving forward on to bigger and better things.”
Foster commented about his new job working with Headbussa, LLC, a company that was involved with the recent movie “Vengeance,” which starred Danny Trejo. “I’m real excited about that. As a matter of fact Headbussa had a lot to do with the success of Shine 1 and 2, they did some real good media stuff, real good video. It’s a great fit.”