UFC President Dana White has criticized the media in the past over where they’ve placed some fighters in the official UFC rankings, but as a whole, he said he approves of the concept.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
Issues such as eye pokes and slippery Octagon surfaces have recently been a source of complaints from UFC fighters. At this point, the complaints are being heard, but only some are being addressed by the organization. read news >>
UFC President Dana White isn’t sure what he’s going to do with UFC lightweight Gray Maynard, but following three consecutive knockout losses (and four in his past five fights), is it time to decide?Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>
A problem UFC President Dana White has been working on "forever." "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. I've fought on canvases like that before. ... I don't know about the other fighters, but I was really struggling because I use a lot of dynamic movement. I really push hard off my feet when I was standing and then I drive a lot off my toes. I think it got a little bit in my head that I slipped a couple times o read news >>
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 >>
But that's how he makes a living, so he doesn't have much choice.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White was finally able to lure former welterweight number one contender Nick Diaz back to the Octagon (sorry Walmart), after giving him an offer he couldn't refuse.
The UFC 183 main event opposite ex-middleweight champion Anderson Silva.
"The Spider" has also been riding the pine -- albeit for very different reasons -- and White is "pumped" to have him back, though he's not sure 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 >>
UFC President Dana White spoke to the media in Bangor, Maine following the conclusion of post-fight press conference for UFC Fight Night 47. White discussed that night's event, the future of Gray Maynard, more on the Jon Jones-Daniel Cormier brawl and a list of other hot topics in mixed martial arts. read news >>
Dana White was back in front of the cameras on Sat. night (Aug. 16, 2014) after the UFC Fight Night 47 event, which aired on FOX Sports 1 from inside Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine (full results here). The company president made himself available to review "Bader vs. St. Preux" with mixed martial arts (MMA) media members, as well as discuss several other hot topics such as the Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier media brawl, Gray Maynard's possible retirement, the promotion's debut in "The Pin read news >>
UFC President Dana White joined members of the media following the UFC Fight Night Bangor card to discuss a variety of topics including the Jones-Cormier brawl and the hot mic incident that was leaked afterwards. Since it has been several weeks since the last UFC event, many pundits were interested in Dana White's take on the Jon Jones - Daniel Cormier media brawl once the traditional post-fight media scrum started.
The UFC President quickly apologized for the situation and the ripple effect it read news >>
UFC President Dana White joined members of the media following the conclusion of the UFC Fight Night Bangor card to discuss a variety of topics, including the fallout from the event, Gray Maynard, as well as the Jones-Cormier media day brawl. read news >>