- 2 years ago
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MINNEAPOLIS - UFC President Dana White and 16-year veteran Dennis Hallman haven't always seen eye to eye.
So when Hallman missed weight for Friday's UFC on FX 5 event, it wasn't
surprising when the UFC boss elected to release the 36-year-old. That
White sent him home with his show and win money was.
But the fiery UFC boss said the decision to cut Hallman a check he said
totaled $60,000 was a simple one. Yes, it was a stupid business
decision, but some things shouldn't be decided by dol read news >>
It's time to briefly pack that "told ya' so!" parachute just in case there is a major upset in "Beantown" Sunday night. In the lead-up to this weekend's (Sun., Jan 18, 2015) UFC Fight Night 59 event in Boston, Mass., Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has rolled out one promotional tool after another backing top featherweight contender, Conor McGregor. See proof of that here, here and here. Left out in the cold is Dennis Siver, the other half of the evening's main event bout, who hasn't felt m read news >>
It’s no secret that UFC President Dana White is one of Conor McGregor’s biggest supporters. read news >>
- 3 years ago
- 871 views
Following most UFC pre-event press conferences, Dana White holds court
for a small group of reporters who look to extract as much as
information from the UFC boss as possible in a hurried onslaught of
Wednesday's pre-UFC 136 gathering was no different.
And while MMAjunkie.com has already published features on several key topics, additional White
thoughts - including the state of the lighter-weight divisions, the
latest on Nick and Nate Diaz, Jake Shield and Lyoto Machida, a read news >>
- 3 years ago
- 117 views
UFC president Dana White on Friday announced that verbal agreements are in place for a lightweight showdown between Dennis Hallman and John Makdessi at UFC 140 on Dec. 10 in Toronto. Read More >> read news >>
- 4 years ago
- 216 views
As it turns out, UFC president Dana White believes in second, or maybe third, chances.
Nine months after White gave Karo Parisyan his
walking papers, the welterweight veteran is octagon bound once again for
a meeting with Dennis Hallman at UFC 123.
Although not officially announced by the promotion, UFC 123 is expected
to take place Nov. 20 at Palace of Auburn Hills in suburban Michigan.
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- 10 days ago
- 203 views
"I think Ben Henderson won. Cowboy looked like he couldn't get off tonight, like he couldn't pull the trigger. That was my perception watching the fight. I say this all the time and I will say it again: If you don't want to be disappointed, take it out of the hands of the judges. There's nothing else to say, it happens all the time." Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White believes former lightweight champion Ben Henderson was the better fighter at UFC Fight Night 59 (full resu read news >>
- 22 days ago
- 279 views
UFC president Dana White on Wednesday declared that it was a good thing that a mistake was made that led to Jon Jones being outed for using cocaine. read news >>
Dana White knew about Jon Jones’ positive drug test before this past weekend’s UFC 182 event, but the UFC boss never considered pulling “Bones” from his fight with Daniel Cormier.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
If UFC's troubled Light Heavyweight champion happens to make a list of all persons he harmed during his recovery, and made amends to them all, it's safe to assume the company president would be the near the top of his list. Nevermind what Jon Jones did before today because the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) leading man, Dana White, will stand by his Light Heavyweight champion moving forward during perhaps his darkest hour. Earlier this afternoon, news broke that Jones tested positive for a read news >>
But the question remains: Ireland ... or Brazil? While we shouldn't put the cart before the German horse, not may fans (or pundits, for that matter) are giving featherweight veteran Dennis Siver much of a chance when he collides with rising sensation Conor McGregor in the UFC Fight Night 59 main event, which takes place on Jan. 18, 2015 inside TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. See that entire fight card here. The same could be said for Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White, read news >>
The UFC is in line to get a golden egg from its new favorite goose, Conor McGregor. According to UFC President Dana White, the Irishman will be next in line to face featherweight champion Jose Aldo, should he defeat Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night 59. The announcement was made during a media scrum for UFC 182 and was reported by multiple sources, including ESPN.com's Brett Okamoto: Dana White confirms Conor McGregor will get title shot if he wins in January. Expect Dublin in May. — Brett Okamoto read news >>
In news that's not particularly surprising, UFC president Dana White confirmed that Irish featherweight sensation Conor McGregor will be next for Jose Aldo if he gets past Dennis Siver on January 19th. It's no secret that the UFC highly values Conor McGregor and believe that he could be one of their biggest stars on the roster. McGregor is scheduled to headline UFC Fight Night in Boston, MA on Sunday, January 19th versus Germany's Dennis Siver. If McGregor wins, he'll improve to 5-0 in the UFC a read news >>
"The Nate Diaz thing is a completely different scenario. The guy is complaining about money, but he's done tons of things to ensure that he gets fined. He is complaining about the CM Punk deal. All he's been doing is complaining, not showing up for stuff, and now he doesn't make weight and he's four pounds over. I don't know what to do with him if he wins. There's a laundry list of problems there." Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White (via FOX Sports) doesn't yet know what t read news >>