UFC President Dana White talks about boxing.
March 20, 2009 at 11:51 am
What a shock. Has there ever been a sports executive whose motives were as transparent as Dana White's? He bashes every other MMA organization/event, every non-UFC fighter including the overwhelming P4P, and now an idea that is different from his own. Is this really a story, anymore? A headline saying that Dana WHite is not a fan of something is like seeing a headline like "Violence in the Middle East". We get it!
March 23, 2009 at 2:21 pm
well what the fuck do u want him to say Dave? u stupid piece of shit. do u want him to lie, and make up sum bullshit about wat a great idea it is? dana likes boxing, but hes jus sayin, it doesnt need to be mixed in with mma cards. why wud u go from a full on, hardcore, badass, fuckin mma fight… then to a long, slow, boring ass boxing match, where 2 guys smack each other n tha head with 16 ounce gloves? grow a dick, then go fuck urself Dave
March 23, 2009 at 4:50 pm
TJ you act like boxing isnt a man sport lol. Like it isnt danferous or hardcore. No boxer is badass. Wow your lame as fuck. U get off talking shit dont you dang. Dana is an ass. I bet Ali vs Foreman and Ali vs Frazier was boring and slow and pathetic. You cant judge boxing on what little dumbass matches your little brain has seen. The boxing fighters dont get paid MILLIONS for nothing. People love to watch boxing and thats the bottom line.
March 23, 2009 at 9:06 pm
Yeah thats pretty much the reason they did the hybrid shows. It brings in more people to watch and it gives MMA more exposure to fight fans. Fighters and existing MMA fans should be happy about that because it is creating more fans, fans that spend money.
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