Dan Le Batard Challenges Dana White To A Charity Fight

UFC President Dana White has been seeing his list of rivals grow seemingly by the day, with the newest of them being ESPN host Dan Le Batard.

Everything between the two began when Le Batard claimed that the UFC fighters are being underpaid during an interview with White this past week.

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"What the hell do you know? You like to yap," White said on The Dan Le Batard Show With Stugotz (via Tyler Lauletta of Insider). "You don't know anything about the business. Every fighter that fights for me has the opportunity to go out and say what they make. They can say it publicly. Jon Jones isn't saying what he made in his last four fights. I bet you wouldn't say [fighters are underpaid] if you knew what he made."

Fighter pay has been a hot topic as of late, mainly due to the ongoing battle between White and UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones.

Stugutz, who is the co-host of the show, would instigate a fight between the two, which Le Batard and White agreed to.

"I would like to fight you though," Le Batard said. "How do you think that would end up going? Can we do that for charity? Can we raise a bunch of money for charity?"

"Absolutely. It ends very badly for you. Very badly. That I promise," White said.

Although both agreed to the charity fight, no word has been given as to when the potential bout will go down.

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