Dana White Presser Highlights: ESPN Deal, Fight Pass Future, Conor McGregor, Anthony Joshua


UFC President Dana White appeared at the UFC Liverpool post-fight press conference, where he spoke on several topics. You can see highlights of his discussion below.

- Dana White said he wasn't sure who won the main event because the fight was too close. 

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- Darren Till will probably compete in Las Vegas next, but the UFC will return to Liverpool.

- White and Conor McGregor are set to have a meeting in Las Vegas soon, as the planned meeting this week didn't end up happening. He's convinced that both Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor want to fight one another.

- Craig White will be given another opportunity after facing Neil Magny on short notice.

- When asked why CM Punk is on the UFC 225 pay-per-view card instead of Alistair Overeem, White notes that CM Punk sells more pay-per-views than Overeem.

- Dana White claims he hasn't ever offered a deal to boxer Anthony Joshua. He has been in talks with Mikey Garcia of late.

- White wouldn't commit to Magny vs. Kamaru Usman, but said Magny would get "an opponent he wants."

- The ESPN deal is called "the most monumental thing that has happened in the history of this company, in the history of this sport."

- Alexander Gustafsson likely will stay on UFC 227 against a new opponent, as Rockhold injured his shin.

- White doesn't want Chuck Liddell to fight, and says that Oscar De La Hoya isn't bright. 

- White has been dealing with ear issues again this year. 


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