Brendan Schaub Blasts Dana White, Accuses UFC President of Bullying Fighters
By FCF Staff
Recently Dana White and Brendan Schaub exchanged verbal shots via social media, and the latter has taken aim at the UFC President once again.
Last week, White and the retired fighter got into it, over comments Schaub had made about kickboxers moving into MMA (which White believed were directed at Israel Adesanya; however, Schaub has said they were not).
More recently, on a new episode of Schaub’s “Below the Belt” podcast, the former heavyweight accused the outspoken White of bullying fighters. Here is some of what Schaub had to say (warning: explicit language)(quotes via MMA Fighting):
“…if you think that with the platform I have I’m not going to criticize you for sh-tting on these fighters who don’t have much, financially, they don’t have a platform, they have to literally punch other men in the face to make a living. And for you to bring men and women down like that is insane. You’re never going to get a free ride here. Ever. Ever, ever, ever, for as long as I have this microphone in my face, you will always get criticized for that. Always. It’s not cool.”
“Why do you think all those people are reaching out to me? Why do you think this is getting so many likes? Why do you think this is the topic of all this stuff? Because you’re a d-ck,” Schaub said. “And no one can say anything because they’re scared to lose their job. I’m not. I need nothing from you. I need no approval, I don’t need promotion, I don’t work for you, I do none of that. I tell you the truth. You’re a d-ck.”