- 2 years ago
- 867 views
LOS ANGELES - If you're looking for a single word to describe why Dana
White elected to give a title shot to Lyoto Machida
rather than Mauricio "Shogun" Rua, the UFC president is happy to give it
to you: desire.
While both Rua and Machida proved victorious at Saturday night's UFC on
FOX 4 event at Los Angeles' Staples Center, White said only "The Dragon"
made it clear what he wanted next.
"'Shogun' has not been terrorizing me
for another shot at Jon Jones," White told
MMAjunkie.com. read news >>
Dana's face is priceless! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) brass put together a special "Welcome to the Show" press conference this afternoon (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015), highlighting several of the upcoming major bouts the world's leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion has scheduled in the coming months. Watch the replay of the press conference here. After about two hours of introductions, media questions, and a fantastic fan Q & A, White announced to the glee of everyone watching and in atte read news >>
LOS ANGELES – For a minute there, UFC President Dana White clearly had a look on his face that suggested the fight promotion had another PR disaster on its hands.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>
According to UFC President Dana White, light heavyweight champ Jon Jones will likely defend his title in May against No. 1 contender Anthony Johnson.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>
- 2 months ago
- 65 views
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is just a few days ahead of what is arguably the biggest fight of his life against No. 1 contender Danie Cormier in the main event of UFC 182, and instead of discussing the fight at hand, Jones is defending himself against critics who call him "fake" or "the bad guy." While it is hard for Jones to claim he is a saint while fat shaming Cormier, or 'poking' fun at his fans, the UFC champion is simply going along for the ride. Some call Jones fake for his qu read news >>
UFC president, Dana White discusses Jon Jones' popularity, doesn't feel that racism comes into play. UFC Light-heavyweight champ, Jon Jones has been a lightning rod of controversy for years. From his "Now you see it, now you don't" Twitter and Instagram posts, comments on competition, or brawling at press conferences, one can legitimately conclude that "Bones" gets people jawing about him. Recently, Joe Rogan was discussing Jones on his Joe Rogan Experience podcast, and questioned whether Jones read news >>
UFC president Dana White talks Georges St-Pierre, Jon Jones and Eddie Alvarez in the latest edition of "The Download." read news >>
- 10 months ago
- 131 views
UFC president Dana White reacts to light heavyweight champion Jon Jones' allegations that his phone was hacked leading to a series of homophobic comments on Instagram. read news >>
“At the end of the day, Dana (White), he has a business here. It was his vision, and he owes it to himself to make as much money as he can, and it seems like that’s what he’s doing.”Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, MMA Rumors, News, UFC, Videos (...) read news >>
UFC President Dana White has a message for UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones: stick to fighting.Filed under: News, UFC Tagged: Alexander Gustafsson, Jimi Manuwa, Jon Jones read news >>
UFC President Dana White has a message for UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones: stick to fighting. read news >>
- a year ago
- 2521 views
UFC champion Jon Jones may have been critical of the match-ups that contenders to his belt have received, but UFC president Dana White has leveled a little criticism of his own at Jones. read news >>
- 2 years ago
- 111 views
TORONTO - Dana White and Jon Jones came to Canada to sign their peace treaty.
That's a metaphor, to be certain, but the UFC president and his light heavyweight champion did sit down in Toronto to hash out some of the things that had come between them over the past month.
And though White didn't want to reveal specifics of their conversation, he appears to be satisfied with the results.
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- 2 years ago
- 224 views
UFC president Dana White says he and lightweight champ Jon Jones still haven't spoken to each other since he cancelled UFC 151 a couple weeks ago. read news >>