Everyone knows about Dana White’s unceasing hatred for boxing entertainment. As his beefs with Jake & Logan Paul often become viral on social media, White is probably not going to let go of the beefs any time soon.

While he had no problem making millions from the fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather, White his restricted all the UFC fighters from having such fights with the Paul Brothers. Even though many UFC fighters have expressed the desire to fight them, White wouldn’t let them.

As per a report by Bloody Elbow, Dana White reportedly put a stop to a huge fight that was going to take place between Georges St-Pierre & Oscar De La Hoya on Triller. St-Pierre would have walked away way richer than he was prior to the fight, but White decided to put a stop to it.

La Hoya said on Instagram last week that “This f—k nut (Dana White) kept Georges St-Pierre from making the biggest payday with me.” Triller CEO Ryan Kavanaugh supported to fighter by saying that he even tried reaching out to White many times, but to no avail.

I’ve tried to call and text Dana at least five times to make it work for both parties, not even the courtesy of a return call.

Dana White’s hatred for the boxing entertainment community is now affecting lives for the worse, and Georges St-Pierre is the first person to miss out on a huge opportunity because of him.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/news correspondent from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017. While pursuing Master's in Mass Communication with a special interest in Advertising, his key areas of creativity lie in designing, content creation and creative storytelling as well as fictional writing. In his free time, he likes to create new riffs on his guitar, learning about whatever piques his interest, reading books ranging from philosophy to speculative sci-fi and enjoys watching anything HBO (Succession FTW).

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