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Dana White On Bellator PPV Removal, Tito Ortiz

UFC president Dana White might be several countries away, but thanks to social media, he was able to chime in on the recent news concerning Bellator MMA.

The promotion announced on Friday that due to a neck injury suffered by Tito Ortiz, plans for the first pay-per-view next month have been scrapped.

Instead, the Ortiz-Quinton “Rampage” Jackson fight is off and the card will now air on Spike TV instead.

“Oh boy KARMA is a (expletive)” White posted.

It didn’t stop there, as many followers asked him about Ortiz and defended the former UFC light heavyweight champion.

When asked about Ortiz finishing out his UFC contract and competing for another company, White responded with “then he should keep his (expletive) mouth shut and move on!!”

The two have had issues over the past several weeks with one another during interviews and through Twitter.

White also stated that Ortiz is “weak from the neck up!!!” and that Bellator has “NO value. They sold 12 tickets for this fight. This was the best thing that could have happened to them.”