Dana White explains cutting Jon Fitch from UFC roster
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UFC president Dana White discussed why Jon Fitch was among 16 recent cuts after the UFC 157 pre-fight press conference.
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MMA H.E.A.T. brings you UFC President Dana White's UFC 157 pre-fight media scrum complete and unedited. Dana talks about women's MMA, openly gay fighters, Ronda Rousey's popularity, Machida or Hendo getting to fight Jon Jones next, reasoning for cutting Jon Fitch, "Viacom MMA," feeling bad some fighters found out they were cut via social media before the UFC notified them, love for Vladimir Matyushenko, the UFC being 100 fighters too deep, Urijah Faber's need to win on Saturday and much more. watch video >>
Visibly worked up, Dana White defends his decision to cut Jon Fitch amongst 15 others at the UFC 157 media scrum. watch video >>
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UFC president Dana White discussed the recent releases of TUF winner Efrain Escudero and prospect Todd Duffee. watch video >>
http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- Jon Fitch recently topped the list of 16 fighters that were released by the UFC, many of them unaware that they were being released until it hit the media. UFC president Dana White apologized for that happening. He certainly didn't mean for those fighters to find out in that manner that they were losing their jobs. White did not, however, apologize for firing Jon Fitch. In fact, he was rather fired up about all the criticism heaped on him for letting a Top 10 fight watch video >>
http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- UFC president Dana White, at the UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche Fight Club Q&A, declared that there will be a UFC superfight by the end of 2013.Want to see Anderson Silva vs. Georges St-Pierre or Anderson Silva vs. Jon Jones? Dana White says one of them is going to happen, and it will happen by the end of this year. watch video >>
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http:www.MMAWeekly.com -- UFC president Dana White, following UFC 146, addressed the recent arrest of UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, declaring that Jones will still fight at UFC 151 in September. He also addressed whether or not it's time for the UFC to consider a code of conduct policy similar to other sports leagues, like the NFL. watch video >>
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