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In this SBN exclusive edition of the Tommy Toe Hold Show, (Not) Dana White takes us on a tour of the UFC. read news >>

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If there's one thing that Dana White wants you to believe right now, it's that 2015 is going to be a big year for the UFC. Take a second to realize that the UFC will welcome the new year with Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier, Conor McGregor vs. Dennis Siver, Alexander Gustafsson vs. Anthony Johnson and Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz all in the first calendar month. So, yeah—it's safe to say 2015 is poised to be a big year. Real big. But you should also take a second to realize that only one of the afo read news >>

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That's according to Dana White, who says the rival promotion doesn't have the talent to satisfy Lesnar's hunger to fight the best in the world. "Brock Lesnar wouldn't go to Bellator. Brock wants to fight the best guys in the world. The best guys in the world are [in the UFC]." -- If you've been paying attention, then you've noticed that over the last couple of years plenty of former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veterans have jumped ship to the company's biggest rival, Bellator MMA. Chief read news >>

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UFC president Dana White says the door is open for Brock Lesnar if the former heavyweight titleholder decides that he wants to fight again. read news >>

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Dana White could only chuckle on Monday, as he and some of the UFC’s biggest stars gathered on stage to release the organization’s upcoming schedule to a theater full of fans and media. “All these guys are going to stay healthy, train smart and these fights will happen in 2015,” the UFC president told the assembled masses and those watching via the event’s live stream. He looked over his shoulder to share a sardonic grin with his fighters. The ensuing laughs were hard earned. We all know 2014 wa read news >>

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After a long and tumultuous co-existence with Bjorn Rebney, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White hasn't had many -- if any -- bad words for Bellator MMA ever since former Strikeforce head cheese Scott Coker took over. Heck, he even had some mild praise for Tito Ortiz "Off the Record" (via MMA Fighting). "That thing was a free fight on free TV. Yea, it's going to pull some numbers. They're both big-name guys. I'm happy for Tito and Bonnar. Those guys are getting paid, that's read news >>

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Is Quinton Jackson angling for a UFC return, and is company president Dana White actually open to it?Filed under: Bellator, News read news >>

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UFC President Dana White offers his thoughts on the Bellator 131 ratings from their show last Saturday night. Last Saturday, Bellator MMA went head-to-head against the UFC in what turned out to be a memorable night of action for both organizations. CEO Scott Coker proclaimed Bellator 131 to be the official "rebirth" of the promotion, which was later emphasized by their record-breaking achievements. After producing a fight card stacked with an array of enthralling talent, and headlined by a grudg read news >>

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UFC president Dana White had a bit of a rough start to the week. Blaming the letdown of Monday's 'The Time is Now' event on his public relations staff, White was then asked for his take on Bellator's recent ratings success during an appearance on TSN's On The Record. Headlined by UFC Hall of Famers Tito Ortiz and Stephan Bonnar, Saturday's Bellator 131 event averaged 1.8 million viewers making it the most watched fight in the promotion's history. "That thing was a free fight on free TV," White s read news >>

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He’s the highest-ranked welterweight not in the UFC, and according to company president Dana White, it’s likely to stay that way.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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The UFC president is confident that his prodigal welterweight superstar will return to the Octagon. Long-time UFC Welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre renounced his belt and walked away from the sport late in 2013 following a controversial split-decision win over Johny Hendricks at UFC 167. Since then he's torn his ACL and has just begun training again. While GSP has been vocal regarding his uncertainty about returning to the UFC, his former boss Dana White is more confident. At yesterday's UFC: read news >>

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