Blog Video: Dana White Tells Arsenio Hall That Floyd Mayweather “Would Get Murdered in UFC”


How would world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. do in the UFC? Just ask UFC president Dana White, "He'd get murdered." view original article >>
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