Consequences of Junie stayng in UFC
-Junie doesn't have to deal with the hardship of failure (boo hoo!
-UFC garners bad image endorsing a fighter with a multitude of problems
-Upcoming preparations for a Junie fight are risky because Junie may not train well or not be fit for fighting due to his problem(s). This just adds complications in setting up a card and costs money in the long run.
-Junie could be kept on contract, but not fight. This prevents him from making money to support himselfConsequences of Junie being released from UFC
-Junie has to deal with the hardship of failure (it's life we all live it)
-He is not under contractual obligation and is free to earn money elsewhere. Shonie Carter will tell you this is a good thing
-UFC does not have to deal with his baggage (which they shouldn't, he is there to fight)
-He may lose sponsors, but then again, he may have already taken care of that by his actions.
The argument of firing a guy at the lowest point of his life is moot IMO. It's not like they are going to fire him at the high point of his life. I don't see Dana twitching his mustache thinking of the opportune time to dump Junie. I think he already gave him enough second chances and this was the last straw. I see no other reason for it to be timed as such, otherwise we wouldn't be having this conversation.