LAS VEGAS -- UFC president Dana White discusses job opportunities in the UFC, Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz, Joe Rogan's fighting future, Gina Carano, Georges St-Pierre, and much more Friday evening at the UFC Fan Expo. more
LAS VEGAS -- UFC president Dana White discusses UFC 175, Stefan Struve, Chael Sonnen, Ronda Rousey's impact, Ronda Rousey at UFC 176, TUF 19, Cris Cyborg, and much more after the UFC 175 post-fight press conference. more
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LAS VEGAS – UFC President Dana White said he and fellow fight fans will always have a special place in their heart for MMA legends like B.J. Penn.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos more
UFC president Dana White revealed plans, already in progress, to build a massive UFC complex in Las Vegas following the UFC 175 post-fight press conference on Saturday. more
UFC president Dana White has broken his silence on the Chael Sonnen situation.
While the UFC issued an official statement on Monday -- announcing that the company and FOX Sports were cutting ties with Sonnen, who failed his second Nevada Athletic Commission drug test in less than a month -- White himself had not spoken directly on the situation.
Tuesday night on FOX Sports 1, White spoke on the matter, saying it wasn't easy to cut someone he considers a friend.
"You know, its never easy making d more
UFC President Dana White has often proclaimed that he's a big Chael Sonnen fan, but after failing two recent drug tests for four separate banned substances, he decided enough was enough. "The American Gangster," one of MMA's most polarizing figures, was fired from his job as a UFC/FOX Sports analyst on Monday after failing a random drug test for EPO and human growth hormone (HGH), per UFC.com. White decided to further explain the decision during an appearance on FOX Sports 1 last night, transcri more
The decision to terminate Chael Sonnen's broadcasting services agreement was a simple one to UFC president Dana White, but it wasn't an easy one. more
UFC President Dana White set the MMA world on fire when he defended the decision of the UFC and Fox Sports to terminate Chael Sonnen's broadcasting contract, but if he plays his cards right, "The American Gangster" could be back. In an interview with MMA Fight Corner's Heidi Fang (at the 5:58 mark), White explained that while the chips are down for Sonnen right now, he could feasibly return to working for the promotion (transcription per Mixedmartialarts.com): "It breaks my heart," [White] said. more