Dana White rips media for muddying Conor McGregor scenario, riffs on Combat Island (UFC on ESPN 10 scrum)
UFC president Dana White on Friday used a great portion of his UFC on ESPN 10 scrum with reporters to obvious the air on some confusion over “the bulls–t” that he has browse this week following he built reviews about Conor McGregor not seeking to be the back-up fighter for Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Tony Ferguson.
“I do a person interview in which I’m describing on the radio how this happened and all these idiots start out composing tales that I ripped him and that I claimed he would not consider the battle and all the things else. It is all bulls–t,” said White. “The only issue that was stupider than the f—ing stories that they wrote was the headlines that they put on it.”
“We by no means even asked Conor to combat (right after Khabib was ruled out).”
White went on to clarify why McGregor was originally regarded as a likely alternative in the battle and touched on if it would have even been attainable for him to enter the United States with pandemic related journey limits in place all-around the world.
In addition to describing the McGregor predicament, White also talked a good little bit about UFC Battle Island, which we all now know will be on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.
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