Mac Engel asks everyone the same question. The gas-station attendant. The daycare workers. His friends. The mailman. And yes, especially UFC President Dana White. read news >>
Despite years of negotiations gone wrong, the UFC was close to signing former PRIDE champion Fedor Emelianenko to fight Brock Lesnar less than a year ago before he ultimately decided to retire from fighting. read news >>
- a year ago
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There are three places UFC president Dana White says a potential superfight between Anderson Silva and Georges St-Pierre could take place, but only one has been on the UFC's radar for years. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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If UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre returns from a 19-month injury layoff and can defeat interim titleholder Carlos Condit during an expected UFC 154 clash in November, one of the biggest fights in UFC history could be up next.
As expected, UFC President Dana White said it'll be against middleweight champion Anderson Silva.
It's close enough to reality that White has a weight (180 pounds) and venue (105,000-seat Cowboys Stadium) in mind for the super fight.
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- 2 years ago
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NEW YORK CITY - The Ultimate Fighting Championship has several big
fights on the horizon, but the promotion's boss is already daydreaming
about something even bigger.
At today's pre-UFC on FOX 3 press conference in New York City, UFC
president Dana White teased a potential return to Toronto's Rogers
Centre or even a visit to Dallas' 100,000-seat Cowboys Stadium.
"We're talking about doing some big fights here," White said. "If things
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- 3 years ago
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MONTREAL - While UFC president Dana White revealed he
expects this weekend's UFC 124 event to break
the North American record in both attendance and live gate, in truth,
the figures will only be placeholders.
The recently announced UFC 131 event is expected to once again up the
bar in both of those categories.
But exactly how high those figures will rise remains to be seen. White
insists he will not allow the quality of his show to suffer simply for
an attendance figure, though he wa read news >>
- 4 years ago
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While Dana White held high praise for Cowboys Stadium after he attended
the massive structure earlier this year for a high-profile boxing match,
the UFC president has been reluctant to guarantee his organization will
soon visit the venue.
But could Strikeforce possibly steal the UFC's thunder by holding an event there first?
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker said you'll likely see his organization
contesting bouts in the 80,000-seat stadium in October. Well, sort of.
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