The Ultimate Fighter 18 contestant, Cody Bollinger gained some notoriety in the seventh episode of the season when he was kicked off the show by UFC president Dana White. After winning his fight to gain entry to the TUF house, he had difficulty making weight for his quarter final fight and subsequently gave up the struggle. With Cody unable to fight, White decided he didn't belong among his fellow competitors.
Bollinger rebounded well, landing a six figure contract with fledgling promotion World Series of Fighting. The deal surprised many, but remains a good opportunity for the young Featherweight. His promotional debut has not yet been set.
Apparently frustrated by the POTUS' omission of the words "under God" from the Gettysburg Address, Bollinger took to his Facebook page on Tuesday to vent. His post was less than flattering of President Barack Obama.
This isn't the first time a fighter has taken issue with President Obama. Former UFC Lightweight (and current WSOF fighter) Jacob Volkmann called him out after UFC 125. He was rewarded with a visit from the secret service. We'll see if Bollinger's words have any ramifications as well.