Leslie Smith has led the charge for a fighters union for a while now, and it actually ended up costing her spot on the UFC\u2019s roster. UFC President Dana White seems pretty unfazed by her efforts, however, and dismissed Smith outright while on a recent episode of the UFC Unfiltered podcast (Bloody Elbow): \u201cApparently she did (file a complaint). I don\u2019t know that much about this to talk about it. I literally don\u2019t know anything about it. I know that she\u2019s upset and she filed something. She\u2019s suing us or filed something with somebody. I don\u2019t know.\u201d \u201cI\u2019m at a point in my life where I don\u2019t focus on that sh-t anymore. That\u2019s not my problem. That\u2019s somebody else\u2019s problem. I get to do all the fun sh-t.\u201c Smith\u2019s troubles began when her opponent Ashley Ladd missed weight last month, and Smith opted not to accept a catchweight bout after accepting her show and win money from the UFC. She quickly found herself out of a job almost immediately after and has been campaigning against the UFC ever since. Smith has been working hard on organizing a fighters union to protect fighters from that very kind of abuse. Clearly, White could care less based off of his response, yet the former UFC fighter has indeed filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board, alleging the UFC has created a \u201cclimate of fear\u201d which violates federal law. The Ladd fight was the last fight on Smith\u2019s contract, so from her perspective, the UFC essentially tried to bully her into accepting the fight even though she would essentially be \u201cfighting for free\u201d, and promptly punished her for not accepting the catchweight bout by letting her contract run out.