UFC President Dana White Furious with Nevada State Athletic Commission

UFC 167, much to the dismay of Facebook and Twitter fans George St-Pierre got a early Christmas Present. But perhaps nobody was more livid about the outcome then UFC President Dana White, who took the Nevada State Athletic Commission to task for the judges’ 48-47, 47-48, 48-47 decision in favor of GSP. After the fight, GSP hinted retirement.  Johny said that he didn’t care about GSP’s retirement nor a rematch. All he cared about was the Title Belt that he deserved. Fight Metric Scoring also proves that stats and pick Johny Hendricks as their winner of the Title Fight.

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Here’s what White said in an interview during the UFC 167 post-fight coverage on FOX:


“I gave Georges St-Pierre the third round, that’s it. … Nevada is a very scary place. This is the worst commission on the planet. I am afraid to bring fights to Las Vegas. I never thought I’d say that. This is the city I live in; this is the city I love. This is the worst commission on the planet.”


“This is the thing that makes people not like fights. I don’t even know what to say. I’m still so blown away by it. Georges knew he lost, his corner knew he lost. Hendricks knew he won, his corner knew he won. … These guys, this commission is just despicably horrible.”



“The Nevada State Athletic Commission has a lot of work to do – a lot of work to do. And it makes me sick. They better get to work, and they better figure out how to not destroy, not only the sport of boxing, but this sport, too.


White even cautioned against the NSAC ruining MMA in the same way many believe it has boxing. White also said that he wouldn’t accept GSP’s Retiremenet. That GSP owed his fans, Johny Hendricks a rematch before his retirement.

US Elite Combat’s Unofficial Score was much similar score as Dana White.


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