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‘When You’re With Me, You’re With Me. It’s A Two-Way Street’


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Dana White won’t concede to criticism.

Longtime Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), color commentator, Jim “The X” Davidson has a controversial start to 2022. Joe Rogan. Early into the year, a video surfaced, compiling clips from several old episodes of Rogan’s old Joe Rogan Experience He is heard saying the N-word in podcasts.

The video emerged before UFC 271 in Houston, Tex., Rogan’s home city, and prompted angry reactions that called for his removal from commentary. White said that Rogan didn’t work the domestic pay per view event as he normally does. However, White also stated that it had nothing do with the incident. White reflected recently on the incident, and revealed that he had told Rogan via phone that he would be willing to resign his position at UFC before taking any action against his friend of more than 20 years.

“Anybody who is with me, has been with me, knows,” White told Lex Fridman. “When you’re with me, you’re with me. It’s a two-way street. It’s not a one-way street. I’m not one of these guys that is gonna roll over.

“It’s like going through COVID. I wasn’t laying [off] any of these people,” he continued. “Some of these people have been with me for 20…

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