He took a minute to discuss his own ambitions to crossover into the boxing environment while UFC president Dana White largely made the rounds ESPN on Thursday to counter several claims by boxing promoter Oscar De La Hoya.
It’s been no secret for the past season or so since Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather fought, that white-has wanted into the world of turn and boxing promotion.
De La Hoya said he had been doing exactly the same thing in reverse if he promoted the Chuck Liddell vs. Tito Ortiz trilogy, although that struggle card neglected to create the kinds of numbers that were wafted about.
White, however, believes he has the where with all to take what heor rsquo;s heard in revitalize boxing and mixed martial arts promotion or to build a successful boxing promotion.
On Thursday’s First Take on ESPN, White discussed his continuing commitment to turning into a boxing promoter, as well as his continuing disdain for De La Hoya.
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