Dana White Dubs Ex-President Donald Trump the Greatest Fighter of All Time: ‘He’s a Good Human Being’

White heaped praise on the former president of the United States during a recent interview with FOX News

Dana White And Donald Trump
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Dana White will go to his grave waving a MAGA flag.

The relationship between White and the former president of the United States has been well-documented and still stands as strong today as it did 20 years ago when they first met. Recently, ’45’ was seen sitting alongside the UFC CEO at the promotion’s latest pay-per-view event in Newark, New Jersey. Throughout the night, fighters hopped the cage to shake Trump’s hand and pose for a post-fight picture, undeterred by the stigma that currently surrounds him.

During a recent interview with FOX News’ One Nation, White really poured on the praise, dubbing Trump as the greatest fighter of all time and making it a point to let us all know that “he’s not a racist.” 

“Number one. Number one. Take any of the greatest fighters of all time, Trump is number one,” White said. “The most resilient human being that I have ever met in my life. Why keep doing this, you know? You’ve got money, you’ve got a great life, you’ve got whatever. Why keep doing this?” 

“The one thing I can tell you, and this is a fact, this guy loves this country, right. And he loves all Americans, regardless of what color, religion, or whatever it is. He’s not a racist, he’s a good human being, and he loves America and he cares about this country. Period. End of story. If he wasn’t that type of guy, I would never even associate myself with him.”

Three of Trump’s biggest supporters in the UFC, Sean Strickland, Jorge Masvidal, and Colby Covington, have expressed their loyalty to the ex-POTUS as he navigates a series of damning legal issues.

Days before stepping out from behind the curtain at UFC 302, Trump was convicted on 34 charges of falsification of business records stemming from a $130,000 “hush-money” payment made to adult film star Stormy Daniels in the days before the 2016 presidential election

Trump is scheduled to be sentenced on July 11 where he could receive the maximum penalty of four years in prison. However, it is much more likely that he will serve probation or receive a conditional discharge, allowing him to continue campaigning for the upcoming election in November. 

Published on June 11, 2024 at 6:16 pm
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