UFC President Dana White's bad week looks like it has just gotten worse. The UFC's head honcho apparently got a shout-out in the upcoming issue of GQ magazine—though it's on the list of the sleaziest people in sports. Twitter user Ryan Loco posted a screenshot of the article earlier this evening (some language NSFW).
"Turns out underpaying your UFC employees, bullying rivals, and generally impersonating Don King as a bald white guy doesn't do wonders for your charisma!" the article says. Shockin read news >>
With a new president and some clear changes ahead of its Season 11 debut, Bellator MMA today released a video promoting the season-opening Bellator 123 event.Filed under: Bellator, News, Videos read news >>
UFC President Dana White apologized for his actions in Macau during the UFC 180 media scrum that followed the ticket sales press conference. Dana White found himself in a fresh controversy following Saturday's UFC Fight Night: Macau, as he took an executive decision to relieve judge Howard Hughes of his duties for the night due to apparent incompetence.
As expected, the impetuous decision came back to haunt White, who had mentioned in the post-fight press conference that he suggested to Hughes t read news >>
After eight years, Fresno State will bring back its wrestling program, marking college wrestling's most important victory to date in its fight to stay alive in the Golden State.
Fresno State (California State University-Fresno) president Joseph Castro has announced that his school will reinstate its decorated NCAA Division I wrestling program.
The Fresno Bee reported that Castro will finalize a time table for the teams return in the coming months
"It's no longer a question of whether (wrestling read news >>
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White made headlines this week after he relieved a judge of his duties during UFC Fight Night 48, which took place last Saturday (Aug. 23, 2014) at Cotai Arena in Macau, China.
White, in the midst of a self-described "meltdown," was irritated with the work of Howard Hughes, a UFC-appointed judge who was flown to the Far East on the promotion's dime to score the action at the Fight Pass event. So much so that after the first two fights, read news >>
UFC president Dana White on Tuesday offered an apology to UFC Fight Night Macao judge Howard Hughes, whom White had pulled from his Octagon-side duties on Saturday in China. read news >>
UFC President Dana White apologized on Tuesday for the breach of protocol that resulted in the removal of judge Howard Hughes from subsequent officiating at UFC Fight Night 48 in Macau, China and drew criticism as a conflict of interest in regards to a promoter directly affecting the outcome of his organization's fights.
"It's no secret how fired up I get when there's bad judging. But I have to apologize the judge Hughes," White told reporters in Mexico City.
"I did get some misinformation. He d read news >>
Just hours after the UFC formally apologized for a recent judging flap, UFC President Dana White issued an apology of his own.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
The UFC released a statement on Tuesday morning which stated that President Dana White apologized to judge Hughes following an internal review that found a “breach of independent regulatory protocol.’
On Saturday night, UFC President Dana White removed one of the UFC Fight Night: Macau judges, Howard Hughes, from cageside and had him replaced after White suggested that he was incompetent and incapable of fulfilling his duties as an official.
It would later be determined that White had commit a g read news >>
UFC President Dana White removed judge Howard Hughes from duty on last Saturday's (Aug. 23, 2014) UFC Fight Night 48 card after having an issue with his scoring of the first two fights. That wouldn't have happened if the fight card was in the United States, and shouldn't have happened, period.
Something pretty significant happened in mixed martial arts (MMA) over this past weekend.
No, it wasn't Michael Bisping's fourth-round technical knockout win over a badly-battered Cung Le (see the pic here read news >>
From Yahoo Sports: The UFC president took matters into his own hands and yanked a judge from a card in Macau on Saturday. read news >>