The fighter, who has been out of the public eye since the accusations became known, says his emotions are all over the place after being found not guilty.
“My emotions are all over the place,” Alhassan said to MMA Junkie. “I’m angry, but at the same time I’m excited to be back. My life has been on hold for the past two years, not knowing where (it) was headed. Finally I was able to prove my innocence of something I was wrongfully and falsely accused of. Being able to put that behind me and come back. I cannot wait. I cannot tell you how much frustration I have to put toward somebody.”
Alhassan had been accused of sexually assaulting two women who were drinking at a bar where he was a bouncer at, with the alleged sexual assaults taking place at the home of the two women.
A free Alhassan says that he wouldn’t wish to put his worst enemy through what the fighter went through over the last two years.
“The kind of pain I went through, I would never even wish that on my worst enemy,” Alhassan said. “The kind of nightmares I have, I hope if somebody is out there who went through the same thing as I did and they’re innocent and don’t have anybody to talk to, I don’t care – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, message me. I will always be a friend to them and talk to them about it. They should always watch where they go and should always have people they know have the right intentions with them – not just have any kind of friend.”
There is no word yet on when Alhassan will resume his UFC career, as he last competed at UFC 228 in September of 2018.