Competitors attack UFC head Dana White’s lack of discipline for slapping mate
UFC president Dana White expected responsibility in a news meeting on Wednesday for slapping his perfect partner, Anne, on New Year’s Eve, prompting evaluation from a couple of past competitors who despised his refusal to self-force a discipline for the high-profile event.
“There are no real explanations for it,” White said. “It’s something I should oversee and live with for the rest of my life.
“There’s no watchman for this, and people should not be safeguarding me over this thing, paying little respect to anything. All the evaluation I have gotten for this continuous week is 100% genuine and will get started here until a long time to come.”
White was gotten on video revealed by TMZ slapping his soul mate while they went to Mexico. The video shows his slap came as a response after she slapped him first. Others at the party then intervened.
White said no further discipline for the episode would wait.
“Here is my discipline: I want to walk around for anything time frame I live – and this is how I’m ventured now,” he said. “My other discipline is that I’m sure a different gathering – whether it be media, competitors, mates, accessories – who had respect for me presumably will not have respect for me now. There’s a lot of things I need to deal with the rest of my life that is a lot of unequivocally a discipline as opposed to, what, I require 30-day or 60-day nonattendance?”
Simply a solitary out of every single odd individual with a relationship with the world’s most unmistakable mixed hand-to-hand doing fighting association was content with White’s comments.
Later Wednesday, the surrendered UFC competitor Ramsey Nijem taunted White’s comments, collecting a nine-month suspension that he got for a positive pot test in 2019 when he was maintained to the Master Supervisors Association.
“Exactly when I was suspended for a crucial time frame for weed I figure the better discipline would have been known as a weed client,” Nijem made. “That is the discipline judges being known as a weed client, I want to live with that the rest of my life.”
White has gone under raised assessment considering his 2014 comments to Fox Sports Live in which he said: “There’s one thing that you never get back from and that is putting your hands on a woman. Been that way in the UFC since we started here. You don’t return rapidly from putting your hands on a woman.”
The 53-year-old pioneer said on Wednesday that he was especially baffled in himself since he has been an advocate against mercilessness on women.
“I was very steady on this I am,” he said. “Crazy I’m in any case, remaining here having this conversation with all of you.”
Anne White said in an explanation to TMZ that the slap was “astounding.”
“Not a little touch like this has at whatever point happened,” she said. “Unfortunately, we were both drinking a ton on New Year’s Eve, and things acquired out of impact on the different sides. We’ve talked this through as a family and apologized to each other.”