Audio: Dana White “Machida Was My Assassin”

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Updated: May 27, 2008
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On ESPN Radio, UFC President White discusses a recent article in the Las Vegas Newspaper the LVRJ, comparing Dana White to the infamous Don King. White also talks Tito Ortiz, “Machida was my assassin”. A quality listen.

Audio: ESPN Radio

TG: CageToday Reader “Roy”

7 Comments

  1. Monica

    May 27, 2008 at 3:09 pm

    LOL Dana White is funny! Let's see how much money he's gonna make having his fighters run like little bitches in the octagon. Machida didn't want none of Tito, he ran like a little bitch!

  2. steve

    May 28, 2008 at 3:22 am

    Tito is washed up lol machida is better everywhere except in the ground in pound. Tito doesnt have the heart or the tenacity and anger that he had when he was young and poor. He stepped in as a replacement back in his first fight with the UFC. He won but as the sport evolved tito did not. Tito has not so good stand up and a pussy ass dont want to get hit mentality. But yet he was mad at Machida. If tito could do what machida did to him he would have but he was outclassed by a guy who has taken the time like many other people :Forrest griffin and randy couture are great examples. He is in the octagon to get payed and that is it. He honestly would rather lose a fight and not get hit than go out there and try and get down with another fighter. He was a beast back in the late 90's but now people can defend slams and his horrible takedons that have no set up and no explosion. He dont even shoot and sure as hell couldnt get a hold of Machida. Machida kept the fight where he wanted it and that is why tito got mad because h knew what was gonna happen after the first round slam that machida gave him.

  3. steve

    May 28, 2008 at 3:23 am

    ground n pound** and also I am not saying machida is superb but he is better than the one dimesional pussy named tito that talks shit and can no longer back it up.

  4. hmm

    May 28, 2008 at 6:50 am

    those are some tough words mr. steve…. when was the last time you stepped in that octagon….i dont disagree with everything your saying…… but is that a fight u would really watch again… machida didnt want to get hit and ran…. not tito bud… ive seen better sparing sessions

  5. Onri

    May 28, 2008 at 6:57 am

    Machida is a great fighter and very very hard to beat. That said I think you are right and I wouldn't want to watch that fight again. I like the Wanderlei Silvas that win or lose always put it on the line for the fans.

  6. roy

    May 29, 2008 at 2:29 am

    for a assassin he should kill his oppents, not just out score them.

  7. Titania

    November 4, 2008 at 3:22 am

    I've just been sitting around waiting for something to happen.,

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