UFC Pres. Dana White thinks referee Steve Mazzagatti has no clue about reffing MMA.
December 31, 2009 at 2:13 am
Mazzagatti can't ref and Dana doesn't know how to treat fighters and advertisers who helped lift this sport into the mainstream. Go feck yourself Dana, you are a dbag. UFC would be better off without you having to have your big ugly head all over the place. You are like PDiddy…just can't go two seconds without having a blog, or camera in your face so you can say…..look at me…..look at me.
December 31, 2009 at 2:55 am
Mazzagatti has been refereeing since before Dana began teaching Aerobics. I'm not saying that I haven't seen some mistakes but the bottom line is: it's weak to insult him in front of the media and not do it behind closed doors and to his face. Once again, Dana proves why he is the reason most major sporting news outlets don't take MMA seriously. Thanks for your efforts Dana, now step aside so the sport can continue to grow into the most popular one on one sport in the world.
December 31, 2009 at 6:26 am
You really think Dana wouldn't or hasn't said something bad to some1's face? lol
What fighters has he treated like shit Poppy? Ones that helped lift the sport as you said? I know you're not referring to Hendo! He's a good fighter but not a huge draw.
December 31, 2009 at 6:30 am
Also Dave, Dana step aside so the sport can go to the next level? lol Who are you kidding… who's gonna take it there, Scott Coker?! LMAO Riiigghht! You guys are the guys who Dana refers to as the haters, he's the reason the sport is as big as it is and will continue to get there with all of the deals they're making. Get a life and give the man props… I don't agree with everything he says either but get real with that shit you're saying there.
December 31, 2009 at 6:48 am
FUCKIN A Oswald….
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