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After months of floundering, Strikeforce is about to close its doors, and UFC president Dana White couldn't be more apologetic to the fighters the suffered through the ordeal. read news >>
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The severe injury that forced Julianna Peña out of UFC 171 includes several tears that will keep her out of action for an extensive period of time, according to reports on Wednesday evening. read news >>
The long, slow painful death of Strikeforce will finally come to an end on Jan. 12, and UFC President Dana White is glad the whole ordeal is coming to a close. read news >>
Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal has found new life after a stale end to the time he had with his previous employers. read news >>
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TORONTO - UFC president Dana White recently told MMAjunkie.com that the announcement of Strikeforce signing a contract renewal with cable partner Showtime could come as early as today
However, for those expecting to see a greatly retooled product from the UFC's sister promotion, don't get your hopes up.
"The guys that are in Strikeforce are staying in Strikeforce," the fight executive said on Saturday. "Strikeforce lives."
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UFC President Dana White apologized for his actions in Macau during the UFC 180 media scrum that followed the ticket sales press conference. Dana White found himself in a fresh controversy following Saturday's UFC Fight Night: Macau, as he took an executive decision to relieve judge Howard Hughes of his duties for the night due to apparent incompetence.
As expected, the impetuous decision came back to haunt White, who had mentioned in the post-fight press conference that he suggested to Hughes t read news >>
UFC president Dana White on Tuesday offered an apology to UFC Fight Night Macao judge Howard Hughes, whom White had pulled from his Octagon-side duties on Saturday in China. read news >>
UFC President Dana White apologized on Tuesday for the breach of protocol that resulted in the removal of judge Howard Hughes from subsequent officiating at UFC Fight Night 48 in Macau, China and drew criticism as a conflict of interest in regards to a promoter directly affecting the outcome of his organization's fights.
"It's no secret how fired up I get when there's bad judging. But I have to apologize the judge Hughes," White told reporters in Mexico City.
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After a few fighters such as Sara McMann complained, Dana White says there might be changes to the UFC's canvas.
Following Sara McMann's decision win this past weekend, she brought up other issues about the Octagon's canvas being a bit 'sandy'. She says it not only hampered her footwork, the grains also got to her eye which became a bit of a distraction during her UFC bout: "I didn’t like the canvas, and there’s sand on it. I found sand all over my body and I had a little bit of sand in my eye. read news >>
UFC President Dana White may not read the Internet, as he often says, but for a majority of the MMA community, the sport lives and breathes through websites, forums and, perhaps most importantly, social media.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
A few years ago, Gray Maynard was near the pinnacle of the UFC’s lightweight division, but following a third consecutive knockout loss, “The Bully” may be nearing the end of his career. read news >>