You just knew UFC President Dana White wouldn't keep quiet after this. Shortly after Dan Henderson knocked out Fedor Emelianenko in the main event of Strikeforce: "Fedor vs. Henderson" last night (July 30) in Hoffman Estates, Illinois,...Show More Summary
UFC President Dana White is already the target of many hardcore Fedor fans rage. In this latest interview with Sports Illustrated, Dana stirs the pot again, criticizing Fedor Emelianenko for taking a fight with middleweight/light-heavyweight Dan Henderson. “Listen, I’m not out to hurt Fedor, or hurt any fighter. People ask me my opinions, I give [...]
This year has taken its toll on UFC President Dana White. Whether it's the acquisition of rival promotion Strikeforce or the recent injury woes to current UFC fighters, it is safe to say that the UFC's boss' job isn't going to get any easier throughout the rest of the year. Show More Summary
("...and then, we'll have events every hour of every day...") In a recent interview he did with Sports Illustrated, UFC president Dana White touched on several hot button topics including his organization's pay-per-view aspirations,Show More Summary
When choosing an MMA fighter to train with, one could do far worse than Anderson Silva, the UFC middleweight champion who was recently praised by UFC president Dana White, "He hasn't lost a fight in five years," MMAFighting reported White as saying. Show More Summary
Last night (July 22), UFC President Dana White engaged in a Twitter war with his longtime rival Frank Shamrock. The feud eventually involved current UFC welterweight Mike Swick. It got ugly fairly quickly and if you'd like to know the complete history behind the rivalry hit up SBNation.com/MMA. Photo by Eshter Lin via Showtime Sports.
UFC president Dana White recently made a trip to New York City, while visiting the city he took some time to speak to Ariel Helwani on a number of topics. One subject that didn't arise during the interview, was the brutal heatwave that...Show More Summary
UFC President Dana White talks about the upcoming UFC 133 drama with Lyoto Machida, Alistair Overeem and rubbing shoulders with Vince McMahon.
According to UFC President Dana White, who was a recent guest on Boomer & Carton on WFAN in New York (via SportsRadioInterviews.com), it's none other than welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre. The Zuffa boss also pegs Brock Lesnar and Anderson Silva as top dogs in their respective weight classes. "There's a lot. Show More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White was recently in Stamford, Conn., at World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) headquarters to talk turkey with the Chairman of the Board of the sports entertainment conglomerate, Vince...Show More Summary
UFC President Dana White and WWE Chairman Vince McMahon have long been acquaintances due to the nature of their companies' audiences, but the two entertainment moguls are now growing their relationship. According to a report from USA...Show More Summary
Jon Fitch is pissed off... and you wouldn't like Jon Fitch when he's pissed off. The perennial welterweight contender went on a rant recently that his bosses, namely UFC President Dana White, are not going to be happy about. Essentially,...Show More Summary
Well look who's getting cozy with one another. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White was recently in Stamford, Conn., at World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) headquarters to rub elbows with the Chairman of the Board...Show More Summary
"I would never allow Weston Cage to set foot in a UFC ring after two domestic violence arrests." UFC President Dana White also tells TMZ that Weston, son of Hollywood movie star Nicolas Cage, is currently under a lifetime ban for all...Show More Summary
Tito Ortiz appears to have some more fight in him than previously thought. After failing to meet demands with Lyoto Machida, UFC president Dana White turned his attention to "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" and slotted him into the main event at UFC 133 against Rashad Evans. Show More Summary
The official stance taken by UFC President Dana White is that Alistair Overeem was removed from the Strikeforce heavyweight grand prix tournament because he has a toe injury. Fair enough. Overeem himself mostly echoed that stance on a recent appearance on The Fight Show with Mauro Ranallo when he said: "But my training camp is going to start Aug. Show More Summary
Who said this was just a man's game? UFC President Dana White today (July 19, 2011) addressed a question about the promotion's rapidly growing female fan base during today's UFC 135 press conference in Denver while premiere light heavyweight...Show More Summary
UFC President Dana White is expected to make a "major announcement" tomorrow (Wednesday, July 20, 2011) during this week's latest podcast from ESPN. As usual, MMAmania.com will be keeping you informed of all the latest UFC and MMA news as it breaks. Show More Summary
To promote their UFC 135 headliner on Sept. 24, UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson today head to Denver for a press conference. Joining them at the Pepsi Center is UFC president Dana White. Watch a live feed of the presser here on MMAjunkie.com beginning at noon ET (10 a.m. MT local time).
UFC President Dana White and Golden Glory co-owner Bas Boon have spoken to the media about the situation surrounding Alistair Overeem's status in the Strikeforce Heavyweight tournament and with the promotion. Although Overeem won't be...Show More Summary