As dour as the IOC's removal of wrestling from the Olympics is, UFC president Dana White says that he "can't be the guy to try and run out and save wrestling." read news >>
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LAS VEGAS – Ronda Rousey’s impact on women’s MMA is evident. After all, the UFC wouldn’t employ female fighters if it weren’t for the “Rowdy” one. But UFC boss Dana White believes she’s transcending the boundaries of MMA.Filed (...) read news >>
UFC president Dana White said on Tuesday, "The UFC is joining the fight to help save Olympic wrestling," and urged Bellator MMA parent company Viacom to follow suit. read news >>
UFC President Dana White recently had the dubious distinction of landing in the top-10 of GQ Magazine's list, ‘The 25 Biggest Sleazebags in Sports.'
An often controversial public figure, White came in at number nine, just below recently arrested fighter Jon "War Machine Koppenhaver," with the magazine labeling the UFC boss as a "Greedy sleaze" and stating of White:
"Turns out underpaying your UFC employees, bullying rivals, and generally impersonating Don King as a bald white guy doesn't do wond read news >>
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The last thing any guy wants to have around beautiful women is cold water, but hey, it's for a good cause.
In case you need a break from talking about Christy Mack, or Ferguson, or Robin Williams (among other headlines), here are a pair of videos featuring Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White and his boss, UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta, taking the "Ice Bucket Challenge."
And Fertitta ups the ante by adding a cadre of beautiful girls. Shrinkage!
Watch UFC women's bantamweight cham read news >>
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So you’re head of the world’s largest MMA promotion, and 24 hours before a major event on network television, you learn that one of your headliners won’t fight because his opponent failed to make weight.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>
Dana White recently sat down to talk to Japanese MMA legend Kazushi Sakuraba about his days with Pride FC. Check out some snippets from their conversation. read news >>
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That guy in the truck, however...
Let's start off with Joe Rogan getting put on blast by UFC President Dana White for asking Ronda Rousey if she was willing to rescue the UFC 176 pay-per-view (PPV) event in Los Angeles, Calif., which takes place in less than a month and is without a main event (because of this).
U mad? Yikes.
Turns out Rogan was not to blame for the post-fight faux pas, according to comments White made at the UFC 175 post-fight press conference (watch the replay here), not long read news >>
UFC President Dana White discussed his opinion on the new NSAC executive director and what he likes about him so far. It seems the "proactive" approach that Nevada State Athletic Commission executive director Robert Bennett took on early in his reign as commission head has gotten him into the good graces of the UFC's head honcho.
Dana White, who is in Las Vegas for the International Fight Week and the two live events that accompany it, took a moment on Wednesday afternoon to offer a stark contra read news >>
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. read news >>
[autotag]Chael Sonnen[/autotag] remained a fixture in the world of MMA news when the UFC and FOX released him on Monday following a second failed drug test. On Tuesday, UFC President Dana White spoke about the decision he and the UFC were faced with after learning of Sonnen's second failed test. read news >>