Dana White apparently throws shadows on other MMA promotions at DWCS press conference
Dana White recently expressed her opinion on other MMA promotions trying to sign released UFC fighters.
At a press conference after Dana White Contender Series Week 8, when asked if he plans to keep the show’s losers, White said:
“You’re not wrong, you’re absolutely right, but that’s one of the confusing parts of watching these other guys fall apart and do what they’re doing. I don’t know what to tell you… This you say that’s absolutely correct. But when you watch these other shows, these other shows don’t really do what we do. They aren’t looking for promising young talent or whatever, a lot of these people are looking for guys. that we’re releasing. You know what I mean? Matchmaking style doesn’t make sense to me. What you say makes absolute sense, but thank goodness! F ** k em! “
Tuesday’s DWCS event consisted of a five-fight card that saw three arrivals. The two fights that went the distance were also exceptional from a technical point of view.
Watch Dana White’s full press conference after the fight below:
Dana White has often criticized other promotions in the past, including Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy promotions
Dana White has never hesitated to say what he thinks. The UFC president has often criticized other MMA organizations.
White recently responded to Oscar De La Hoya’s criticism of the UFC and its compensation policy. He accused Golden Boy Promotions of allegedly offering an average payment of $ 2,000 to his fighters.
The UFC president said:
“I hate him so much I would like to prove he’s a two-sided, hypocritical, lying piece of shit. He did his first MMA event. So every UFC veteran on his card, has it. did more for their last fight than they did for his event. Most of them did more in some or all of their UFC fights. 17 of 22 fighters got less than starting compensation at the UFC. “
Watch his full press conference below:
In 2020, White openly took to Bellator MMA for declaring his light heavyweight division the most competitive in the world.
Watch the video below:
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