Dana slams Woodley and Covington and says interim 170 title likely

We all know the difficulties Dana White has had with UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. Dana essentially claims that Woodley is hard to book fights for, unwilling to engage in conversations about fighting, and has even turned down fights in the past. If you would like a good example of his frustrations just read what … Read more

Dana White claims Ostovich is fine with Hardy on card

Dana White finally addressed the elephant in the UFC room. When Greg Hardy was put on the ESPN + card with domestic abuse victim Rachel Ostovich we thought the MMA community was going to implode. Rachel is cool with it says the UFC head in this clip posted by Aaron Brinkster on Twitter. Check it out.

Please like & share:

Oscar De La Hoya says Dana White should ‘try to figure out how to save his own company’

Golden Boy Promotions held their first MMA event this past weekend with Liddell vs. Ortiz 3 and we saw Tito Ortiz get redemption from two previous losses to Chuck Liddell by knocking him out in the first round. UFC President Dana White has since slammed the promotion’s front man Oscar De La Hoya as a … Read more

Dana White slams ‘cokehead’ Oscar De La Hoya for letting Chuck Liddell fight

Dana White, for all intents and purposes, forced Chuck Liddell into retirement eight years ago and gave him a cushy job in the UFC until the new owners took over. White was looking out for his friend who had been showing signs of brain trauma after repeated knockout losses inside the octagon. White was disgusted … Read more

CSAC executive Andy Foster defends licensing of Liddell and it’s a barely passable reason

The California State Athletic Commission has come under fire for their licensing of former UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell. Chuck hadn’t fought since 2010 and at 48 years old he is well past his prime. His last three losses in the organization were by brutal knockout causing his friend and UFC head Dana White … Read more

White says Mayweather can fight Khabib but it has to be in a cage

Dana White had to deal with Floyd Mayweather Jr when he allowed Conor McGregor to take a fight with the boxer outside of The Octagon. Apparently it’s not happening ever again. Dana spoke with TMZ Sports about Mayweather’s recent UFC callout and straight up said that Floyd could fight McGregor slayer Khabib Nurmagomedov for a lot of money but it has to be in a cage. Yeah we can pretty much say that isn’t happening. Floyd would get wrecked and his trash talking would no longer get him as much attention. Just check out what White said.

Please like & share:

Sonnen says Askren calling out everyone because he was picked on

Who in the world would pick on Ben Askren? We will admit that we think Ben was unfairly judged by Dana White and that it was easy for everyone in the UFC who wanted to trash talk, call him out because there was zero chance there would be a real chance to take him on. Now that he’s finally in the UFC the callouts haven’t been as plentiful. It’s put up or shut up time. Here’s why Chael P Sonnen thinks Ben is calling the world out for his first UFC bout. Check it out.

Please like & share:

UFC Guide For Dummies

UFC, or Ultimate Fighting Championship is an American MMA (Mixed martial arts) promotion and events company founded in 1993. MMA is a competitive sport, whereby two fighters will fight in an Octagonal cage with matted floors, making use of their knowledge and experience of a wide selection of most martial arts. Since its creation, UFC … Read more

Demetrious Johnson talks about his reaction to ONE transfer

When we found out that the UFC was getting Ben Askren we were as happy as one could be about the signing. It ended up being bittersweet because it meant that flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson was leaving. The exchange of fighters between the UFC and ONE organizations was groundbreaking to say the least because it … Read more

Watch Dana White referee a Shaq vs. Forrest Griffin grappling match

UFC Hall of Famer, The Ultimate Fighter 1 winner and former UFC light heavyweight champion Forrest Griffin recently returned to the octagon for a grappling match against NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal. Shaq outweighs Griffin by more than a hundred pounds and is about a foot taller than him. UFC President Dana White refereed the good … Read more