The UFC paid that ambulance bill Evan Dunham vented about, and he's got no hard feelings

SAO PAULO – Evan Dunham has one less thing to worry about heading into his retirement fight. The veteran lightweight, who on Saturday meets Francisco Trinaldo (22-6 MMA, 12-5 UFC) at UFC Fight Night 137, indicated the promotion has taken care of an unpaid ambulance bill he vented about before on Twitter. “Everything's good,” Dunham told MMAjunkie on Wednesday ahead of his FS2-televised fight at Ibirapuera Gymnasium in Sao Paulo. “The moral of the story is, close mouths don't get fed. So if you're not the squeaky wheel, you don't get the oil. I was squeaky, and I got my oil, so I'm good.”

RelatedEvan Dunham says he's retiring with 'head held high' after UFC Fight Night 137 Dunham (18-7-1 MMA, 11-7-1 UFC) faced very squeaky wheels in the form of collection agents, who hounded him about charges for a hospital ride. The 36-year-old fighter said the bills stemmed from a bout against Beneil Dariush at UFC 216, which resulted in a draw. “To be honest, it's not the UFC,” Dunham said. “We all know there's a lot of different things in place, and different departments, so i…

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