Dana White on Fighter Pay: You Don't Ever Want People Doing the Wave While You're Fighting
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http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- Dana White was recently asked about the differences in fighter pay in regards to the UFC 162 main event of Chris Weidman vs. Anderson Silva.
In typical White fashion, the President of the UFC went off on fighter pay, and how if you want to be paid more, then fight with excitement -- it's as simple as that.
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