Dana White blasts boxing, backs fighter who stop at UFC on ESPN 11
It’s no secret that UFC president Dana White and boxing promoter Bob Arum aren’t wherever near being buddies. Actually, they despise one another.
So when White was requested about Arum speaking about holding a boxing occasion in Las Vegas with a crowd in attendance, you’ll be able to think about how he reacted.
“So, this a–gap is saying that he’s gonna have followers at his fights, when just a few weeks in the past, he was speaking s–t about me for even going. Then I am going and now he’s going proper after I’m going, however he’s gonna have followers rapidly too?! He’s an a–gap.”
On one other scorching subject from Saturday evening, White defended Max Rohskopf’s determination to ask the referee to cease his combat in between rounds two and three after his coach wouldn’t.
“It is best to completely have the ability to stop. I do know it’s frowned upon,” stated White. “There isn’t a disgrace in getting right here and discovering out that you just’re not it. Anyone that will ridicule a child like that, f— you! Come try to do what he did tonight. Only a few individuals can do it.”
Hear the whole lot Dana White needed to say on the UFC on ESPN 11 post-fight press convention from the APEX in Las Vegas.
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