UFC Combat Island Declassified: Dana White under no circumstances desired to quit in the course of pandemic
In a new ESPN collection, UFC Struggle Island: Declassified, about the UFC and how it re-ignited the athletics world from the world pandemic shutdown, UFC president Dana White was as steadfast as at any time.
Noting the several team users, fighters, and many others that depend on the UFC machine, White was adamant that he was likely to locate a way to get live fights heading once more. In point, he never wished to end in the very first area, pandemic or not.
“I’m the president of this firm. I have 350 people who have households, have payments to spend. Then I have in excess of 600 fighters, hundreds of contractors who rely on me,” White reported in the over excerpt from the series.
“I did not want to halt. I would rather die than watch this issue tank.”
Go guiding the scenes of not only how the UFC obtained factors likely once more, but how they did it safely, and how UFC Fight Island made from fantasy into reality.
(Video clip courtesy of ESPN MMA)
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