Count Dana White among those who are a bit skeptical that Saturday night will be Randy Couture's last fight.
During introductions of those competing at the sold-out UFC 129 at its
Randy Couture has signed a partnership with Bellator and Spike TV that leaves sour taste in UFC president Dana White's mouth. White, however, fully support's Couture's son, Ryan.
UFC president Dana White may have said that he's heard the retirement talk before, but after UFC 129, he said that it's a perfect time for Randy Couture to walk away from MMA. Read More...
Despite reports that cast doubt on the boxer's commitment to the event, James Toney (0-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC) will, in fact, fight Randy Couture (18-10 MMA, 15-7 UFC) in a heavyweight bout at UFC 1...
Sensational headline? You be the judge, per a quote from UFC president Dana White on Thursday that appears in the Canadian Press
Randy Couture addresses Dana White's recent comments that he can't buy a ticket to a UFC event or corner his son, Ryan, in the UFC.
Many people share the misconception that Randy Couture has cut a deal with Bellator Fighting Championships, perhaps even UFC president Dana White. He has not.
Dana White and Randy Couture don't see eye to eye on much these days, but they both appear to be trying to keep Ryan Couture from getting squashed in the middle of their feud.
UFC president Dana White goes on record about Randy "The Natural" Couture and Couture's decision to coach rival promotion Bellator Fighting Championships' upcoming reality show on Spike TV.
UFC president Dana White went on Fuel TV following UFC on Fox 5 on Saturday night, among other things, he divulged that Dan Henderson's knee may not be ready for Lyoto Machida.