Josh Gross breaks the story;

 

"Two hours before doors opened Sunday at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colo., a UFC official informed Sherdog.com -- the largest independent MMA media site on the Web, the official MMA content partner for ESPN.com, and my home as an executive editor from 2004-2008 -- that its access had been pulled indefinitely because of a "executive decision," multiple sources confirmed to SI.com.

Asked to comment on the decision to revoke Sherdog.com's access, UFC president Dana Whitetold SI.com via text that his reasoning was "none of your [expletive] business."

Darius Ortiz, the editor in charge of boxing and mixed martial arts for ESPN.com, and Sherdog.com founder Jeff Sherwood declined to comment on the UFC's position.

Sherdog.com went without access to the UFC from late 2005 until the middle of 2009, when it was allowed to return Octagon-side."

TapoutPassout.com has relentlessly been trying to track down those persons closest to the situation about the credential removal. Either people are apathetic or ignorant.