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Woolrich Pas Cher Are Dana White's Attem

Posted Dec 05 2012 2:23pm

Are Dana White's Attempts to Bully UFC Fighters Like Cheick Kongo Backfiring That noise you hear The one that appears like an assortment of primal scream and hysterical, uncontrollable laughter Which is the sound of Dana White because he slowly loses control over his beloved UFC��and, perhaps, his mind.For 11 years, White and his awesome partners have run the UFC having an iron fist. Examples of his power are legion, but suffice to state, when White spoke, fighters jumped. When they did not There was clearly an expense to spend.Tito Ortiz, the promotion's top draw with the turn of Woolrich Pas Cher the century, was publicly flogged when he and White butted heads in 2003. Whenever they couldn't arrived at contract terms, the promotion all but stripped him of his title together Randy Couture fight Chuck Liddell for an interim strap instead.White has spent almost your entire nine years since undercutting and marginalizing Ortiz, even going so far as to challenge his biggest star to some boxing contest, eventually devoting a cable special to making it appear Ortiz chickened out.It had been petty and self-defeating, however when all was said and done, there were without doubt about who the boss was. Tito said just as much on a single of his famous T-shirts.Couture fared little better in 2007, despite his seemingly untouchable status just as one American hero and MMA icon. As he attempted to leave the UFC for the fight with Fedor Emelianenko, it got ugly enough that owner Lorenzo Fertitta termed as a press conference to discharge previously undisclosed details of Couture's contract.Even whole fight teams, most memorably the American Kickboxing Academy, who had been nearly released en masse over a dispute about video-game rights, were not beyond Dana's reach.Graphic by Jonathan SnowdenThose days, it seems, are removed. If Biggie and Mase taught us anything, it is this: more income, more problems. It is a simple maxim, only one which includes proven all too true for

Dana along with the UFC. Because UFC has exploded, so too have their disputes with fighters. Once Tito and Couture were aberrations, the bumpy patches while on an otherwise smooth road.TodayEvery event appears to bring with it a standoff between White then one of his fighters. And frequently, the fighter is winning.First there is Dan Henderson's injury and Jon Jones's subsequent refusal to address late replacement Chael Sonnen. That resulted in the unprecedented cancellation of UFC 151. Then Anderson Silva and Jones balked at the idea of a superfight and Matt Mitrione decided fighting Olympian Daniel Cormier in Strikeforce wasn't in the interest.Most recently, heavyweight Cheick Kongo didn't boost for the plate in the very last minute to switch an injured Woolrich Pas Cher Shane Carwin at next month's The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale. White, exasperated about it all, couldn't hold everything in after a recent interview with Fuel TV (Hat Tip Bloody Elbow):It's like...we're just at this time and place where I am dealing with this business the past A decade. I am achieving this for 13 years...there is a 10-year run where guys didn't miss fights. I am talking about, the most important fight which was ever rejected within my first ten years was Tito hesitant to fight Chuck. Now, as with any week, Kongo has refused two fights consecutively. We offered Kongo your dream with Roy Nelson anf the husband refused to make it happen. And now we offered him a fight before might he refused to acheive it. It's like, we're engaging in today now with this business and yeah, it bothers me. And yeah, I don't want it. I sort already turns me off and away to guys when they wouldn't like to intensify and take big fights. I've been performing these interviews all week for tired...I'm sick of the accusations that Chael Sonnen becomes into things as they talks. Chael Sonnen gets big fights because he steps up and the man

takes fights on short notice. He's the sort of guy I've been coping with since we bought the UFC. And you have all these bitter babies out there crying like Dan Henderson. Dan Henderson, who's allowed to be friends with him, exactly what are you crying about You refused the Jones fight twice. You'd to pull out because of your respective knee. He explained all you need is a few weeks, i quickly offered him the fight in Toronto. He rejected the Toronto fight too because of his knee. Am i meant to sit around and loose time waiting for Dan HendersonWhite's attack continued that night while he chatted inside the media after the Georges St-Pierre-Carlos Condit fight, utilizing a variation of his famous speech from the first season of The Ultimate Fighter to wonder if Kongo would be a true "Octagon warrior."Kongo in actionAnne-Marie Sorvin-US PRESSWIRE��(Kongo) turned down your dream whether or not this was on short notice or whatever. It��s the 2nd fight he��s turned down uninterruptedly,�� White declared. ��It��s a lot more normal with guys who will be concerned about losing. Guys who're ready where when they lose, you are aware of what I mean You��re either fighters or you��re not. Should you win, you win, if you lose, back to enter board.��That��s the organization you��re in. If you miss a fight, you turn down a fight, and that��s two consecutively (fights Kongo has refused). I don��t know who he��s waiting for.��Kongo immediately fired back, something that might have been unthinkable just a couple of short in years past, challenging White on Twitter.I would not REFUSE to FIGHT Roy Nelson . I REFUSED to adopt A FIGHT on SHORT NOTICE . Which is Woolrich Arctic Parka NOT Exactly the same Whatsoever. @danawhite @ufc�� Cheick Kongo (@kongo4real) November 18, 2012 Instead of taking White's meager offering, Kongo was busy scheming to make his or her own fight��the one which is sensible for him. He and prospect Stefan

Struve agreed to a battle at UFC 156 in February, doing their own matchmaking on Twitter. Even though the fight is a lot from official, it is a clear sign that, more and more, UFC fighters consider their careers to their own hands.For White, this needs to be a close look opener. Kongo isn't considered a high heavyweight prospect these days, but he's quietly build one of the best stretches of his career, going 4-1-1 over the last couple of years. Would it be any wonder he doesn't want to toss that momentum aside to the dubious honor of a television main event At 37, this is his last shot in a title run. A loss, even one on short notice, shatters those dreams forever.Should fighters take last-minute fightsShould fighters take last-minute fightsSure, should they be comfortable.48.1%They can, but it is an awful idea.17.9%Fighters should be ready to scrap.28.8%Whatever Uncle Dana says goes.5.2%Total votes: 1,027The events of fighters and Doudoune Woolrich Homme everyone else inside the sport bending over backwards to thrill White along with the UFC are coming quickly to some close. While White may boost on his media soap boxes and then sell thinking about "real fighters," the competitors all know it is called prize fighting to get a reason.Fighters are generating more money than in the past, meaning there is certainly over pride at stake each time an athlete steps in to the cage. Every moment of preparation counts. It doesn't matter how often White gets on his bully pulpit, the "Tank" Abbotts with this sport, men who would fight about the drop from the dime without spending another while working out, are gone.Today, it requires no less than eight weeks to operate a world-class training camp and ready yourself, body and mind, for a major fight. Kongo and his awesome peers are big time professional athletes, not bar fighters battling for ego and scraps. It's the perfect time White as well as the UFC paid

that lip service. wangyanyan2012125

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