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Dana White issued a challenge to hackers, and they happily accepted

I'm happy we can all mutually agree that the hottest incarnation of Angelina Jolie was the one portrayed in the 90s cult-classic, Hackers. It's 2012 and I'm still trying to find a chick that can pull off short hair while effortlessly rocking a motorcycle jacket. Once that happens, you won't be hearing much from me -- regardless of an impending 2012 apocalypse on civilization.

Today during the press junket for UFC on FOX 2, Dana White clarified his stance on SOPA and discussed the recent hacking of UFC.com which occurred last weekend. Jokes on you, UGNazi (the hacker group that attacked UFC). Dana White doesn't even care that you hacked UFC.com. In fact, he challenged hackers to do it again. USA Today has the transcript of today's statement:

Is SOPA the perfect bill? No, it's not.

The only thing that we're focused on is piracy. Piracy is stealing. You walk into a store and you steal a (freaking) gold watch, it's the same as stealing a pay-per-view.

I don't care what your twisted, demented idea of stealing is. These kids that grew upon the Internet have never had to pay for anything, so they think you shouldn't have to.

Keep hacking our site. Do it again. Do it tonight.

You know what's happening is? These guys look like terrorists now, and a bill that was about to die is about to come back. ...

I'm not afraid of the Internet. I love the Internet. It's fun to get on there and cruise around and stuff. I'm not afraid of you.

You want to keep hacking our site, go for it. Watch what happens. You're hurting yourself.

Well, when you challenge a group of individuals that hacked the FBI and the Department of Justice's website all within two weeks, of course they're going to respond. Here's what JoshTheGod stated just a few minutes ago regarding Dana White's digital invite.

If anything does go down tonight, we'll be sure to keep you informed of any l33t shenanigans. Those UGNazis are tough -- they must use Gibsons.

Update: Now it appears that Dana White and Anonymous are having a debate about piracy on Twitter. Intense night!

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