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Dana White Not Worried About PFL Buying Bellator, Calls It a ‘Shi**y Organization’

Dana White Not Worried About PFL Buying Bellator, Calls It a ‘Shi**y Organization’

Dana White of the UFC isn’t concerned about PFL acquiring Bellator; he dismisses it as ‘Shi**y Organizastion.’

The Professional Fighters League has officially acquired Bellator MMA. On November 20, 2023, PFL announced this significant development, led by PFL chairman Donn Davis. This move is a major milestone for PFL, suggesting a new era of becoming a significant presence in global mixed martial arts. Recently, UFC President Dana White was asked about the merger of PFL and Bellator. Let’s hear his thoughts on this merge.

Dana White Unconcerned About PFL’s Acquisition of Bellator

The joining of PFL and Bellator generated considerable excitement, positioning them as the world’s largest organization. During the post-fight press conference at UFC Austin, Dana White was questioned about his views on the PFL merge, to which he responded, “f*cking hilarious”

He also said “One sh**tty organization that sells no tickets and nobody watches, buys another sh**tty organization that sells no tickets and nobody watches. Sounds like a f*cking winner to me.”

Earlier, PFL chairman Donn Davis voiced his ambition to extend the PFL’s influence beyond its current limits and surpass the UFC, the enduring powerhouse in the MMA realm.

White appears unconcerned about the merger, as he perceives no competition from other organizations. The Bellator-PFL merger doesn’t pose a threat in his view.

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Since White doesn’t feel threatened or bothered by the PFL and Bellator merger, UFC’s Dana White plans to concentrate on the UFC and aims to deliver more exciting fights.

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