Caught some of the show while doing stuff around the house.
He confirmed that the doctors ultimately left the choice in his hands on whether to fight.
Said there was no conflict at all with his IFL deal.
Said there was a non-disclosure agreement re: the amount his contract / how he was paid.
Said some funny things IMO though. They asked him when he would be getting back to full time training, and he said "a couple of weeks". That sounds weird to me...I can't imagine a serious hand injury healing that fast. Maybe he meant training without hand sparring for a while...? Or, perhaps the injury falls just beneath the category of "serious"?
He also dissed the ACF, kinda put his foot in his mouth. Apparently one factor for Mark pulling out was that the ACF title was no huge belt, there wasn't much prestige involved in such a new promotion---he basically implied (IMO) that if he were fighting for one of the big orgs, he might have chosen to fight.
My 2 cents:
I personally don't think there was any shame in Mark pulling out, though it should have been handled differently. Hand injuries are hell, and even if it were relatively minor, you want your hands healthy for a fight. Some guys are okay with fighting like that, others are not. I think all the pressure put on Kerr (self imposed or otherwise) made him feel guilty, which led to fool himself into thinking he would fight.
Either way, if he's not telling the truth (about thinking he was going to fight), it only means that everyone would have known a couple of days sooner that he wasn't going to fight. In that case...who cares. The show was blown anyway.
Also, I didn't hear them ask him about weighing in with the clothes on.