UFC president Dana White says he doesn't hate Stephan Bonnar, but considering their close relationship, White is disappointed and doesn't want to talk to him. read news >>
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Stephan Bonnar was released by Dana White to compete at Bellator so he can 'beat the shit' out of Tito Ortiz. Stephan Bonnar surprised a lot of people with the announcement of his move to Bellator, especially with the UFC Hall-of-Famer's recent statements saying that he's 'loyal' to the UFC and would never fight for a different promotion. As it turns out, he did get Dana White's blessing to come out of retirement and make the move. "I released him to do it. He was still under contract with us. W read news >>
It's not every day you see Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) tearing up one of its contracts to allow a fighter to compete for the competition. Especially Bellator MMA. Then again, how often does the opportunity come along to "beat the shit" out of Tito Ortiz? Not often, which is why UFC President Dana White gave retired light heavyweight Stephan Bonnar his early release, allowing "The American Psycho" to shack up with the boys at Spike TV (details). "I released him to do it," White told the read news >>
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - In July 2013, Stephan Bonnar retired and was inducted to the UFC Hall of Fame. The pick wasn't without controversy - he finished with a career record of 15-8, and twice popped for steroids in post-fight drug tests - but he was inducted due to the impact on the sport of his fight with Forrest Griffin at the first Ultimate Fighter Finale. Earlier this week, Bonnar announced his plans to come out of retirement and fight for Bellator after spending a decade with the UFC. And whi read news >>
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White was back in front of the cameras on Friday (Aug. 29, 2014) following the UFC 177 weigh in event (full results here), talking to the mixed martial arts (MMA) media about the chaos backstage at the Sleep Train Arena, thanks to weigh-cutting disasters by Renan Barao and Henry Cejudo (details here and here). Hear what White had to say about the future of both fighters, why he won't make UFC 177 a free show, the GQ "Sleazebag" article, Stephan read news >>
After first avoiding it, UFC President Dana White had a conversation with Stephan Bonnar about his positive steroid test following UFC 153. read news >>
LAS VEGAS – Six weeks after Dana White first announced his intentions, the UFC president has now officially inducted retired light heavyweights Forrest Griffin and Stephan Bonnar into the UFC Hall of Fame. read news >>
Talk of a superfight between UFC welterweight titleholder Georges St-Pierre and middleweight champion Anderson Silva has swirled for years, but St-Pierre doesn’t want the fight, according to UFC president Dana White. read news >>
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The UFC president says he'd be 'picking up cigarette butts' if not for Griffin-Bonnar. read news >>
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UFC President Dana White today said he hasn't spoken to Stephan Bonnar
following the retired fighter's positive steroid test and doesn't want
to at the moment.
"I haven't even answered his phone call," White said. "I don't hate him, but I just don't want to talk to him right now."
White also confirmed that heavyweight Dave Herman agreed to undergo a drug treatment program.
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According to UFC President Dana White, Stephan Bonnar will be walking away from fighting and retiring from the sport. read news >>