"I was getting details probably a little quicker than some people," said Coker. "When we saw what happened, we said that was it. We were not going to be associated with that. I feel for his girlfriend.
"He's got a lot of other things to worry about other than just fighting," Coker added.
War Machine recently was captured by U.S. Marshals at a hotel in Simi Valley, Calif., on Friday. The former Bellator fighter is currently being held in Ventura County's Main Jail and has a court date scheduled for Tuesday, August 18.