UFC president Dana White has been accused of being many things, but subtle has never been among them. Presenting his Presidential Address on Tuesday night’s edition of UFC Tonight on Fuel TV, White pulled no punches in addressing boxing champion Floyd Mayweather.
“First of all, what (Mayweather) said, I think, is racist,” declared White in reference to Mayweather’s comments about exploding New York Knicks’ star Jeremy Lin. “He made a couple of racist comments and, yes Floyd, you’re racist with the stuff that you said.”
Not only did White address Mayweather’s “racist” comments, he also took aim at the every-elusive megafight between Mayweather and fellow pound-for-pound boxing contender Manny Pacquiao.
Check out what White had to say in this Presidential Address clip, courtesy of Fuel TV…
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