Dana White Ranks Trump’s Resilience Above Greatest Fighters, Pledges Support For 2024 Run

UFC President Dana White has once again demonstrated his unwavering support for former President Donald Trump, comparing his resilience to that of the greatest fighters in history.

In a recent interview with Fox News host Brian Kilmeade on “One Nation,” White spoke openly about his friendship with Trump and his decision to stand by the former president despite the potential risks in the age of cancel culture.

When asked to rank Trump’s fighter’s heart at the age of 77, White responded without hesitation, “Number one. Take any of the greatest fighters of all time, Trump is number one. The most resilient human being that I’ve ever met in my life.” He emphasized Trump’s love for the country and all Americans, regardless of their background, stating, “He’s not a racist. He’s a good human being, and he loves Americans, and he cares about this country. Period. End of story.”

White’s support for Trump was evident at a recent UFC event in Newark, New Jersey, where the former president was greeted with cheers from the thousands in attendance. Fighters even left the cage to speak with Trump after their victories, and middleweight Sean Strickland pledged to make a financial contribution to his campaign.

According to White, the support for Trump in the fight community is less about politics and more about “common sense,” with people wanting to make a good living, own a home, have nice cars, and take care of their families. He believes that the media has created a divide in the country that needs to be addressed and hopefully resolved soon.