War Machine's suicide note, discovered after the MMA fighter tried to take his own life last week, appears to lay the blame at the feet of his ex Christy Mack.
The former Jonathan Paul Koppenhaver, War Machine attempted suicide inside a Las Vegas jail cell last week, but a corrections officer foiled his plan.
In a letter to a friend sent the day before his suicide bid, the shockingly delusional Koppenhaver talks about how he and Mack broke up and got back together.
"Something seemed different about you," he recalls saying of his porn star ex, with no mention of the fact that he beat Christy Mack within an inch of her life.
He tries to justify the beating, saying he was stunned to discover her infidelity and betrayal. He writes of how crushed he felt after this alleged revelation:
"Finding what I found that night was devastating, more than you will ever know ... not just the unfaithfulness, but the way u cared for him and protected him."
War Machine says in the note that if he had it to do over again, he'd let Christy's new boyfriend Corey Thomas beat him up (he pounded him senseless too).
He believes that she would have stopped him and kicked him out instead.
Whatever, man. He then ends his note on an incredibly self-pitying one:
"I still don't understand how I got into this mess. I don't know why this had to happen. My life was going so well ... I forgive you, please forgive me."
Oh yes, he forgives her. A pretty audacious claim, considering that War Machine faces 32 charges, including attempted murder, for what he did to her ...