Find out why Dana White told a UFC sponsor 'go f**k yourself'

Dana White reveals he once told a major UFC sponsor ‘go f*** yourself’ after being asked to remove a pro-Donald Trump video from his social-media account

  • White says that a sponsor asked him to delete the post but he stood pat
  • The UFC president has been a longtime supporter of the former US leader
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UFC president Dana White has frequently been a supporter for former President Donald Trump – and has defended the 45th president even to the sponsors of his MMA promotion.

Speaking on comedian Theo Von’s podcast, ‘This Past Weekend’, White revealed that he stood his ground when it came to supporting the former President on his social media accounts.

White said, ‘I posted a video for Trump. Right? On my personal social media, and one of our big sponsors called and said, “Take that down.”

‘Know what I said? “Go f**k yourself.” You vote for whoever you wanna vote for, and I’ll vote for whoever I want to vote for.’ That’s how this works.

‘I don’t even care who you vote for. It’s none of my f***ing business. But f*** you. Don’t ever f***ing call me and tell me who to vote for!’

Dana White (L) says he was asked by a UFC sponsor to take down a pro-Donald Trump video

White, a Trump supporter, didn’t take down the post and told the sponsor ‘go f**k yourself’


White did not reveal which sponsor told him to take the video down, nor did he say when this request was made.

Over the weekend, Trump was seen walking into Madison Square Garden for UFC 295 – where he sat ringside to watch Tom Aspinall and Alex Pereira win belts last Saturday.

Aspinall knocked out Sergei Pavlovich with a vicious right hand to claim the interim UFC Heavyweight title.

In the final fight of the main card, Alex Pereira was able to take the UFC Light Heavyweight belt after the referee stepped in to stop his bout with Jiri Prochazka. 

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