After watching one of the strangest main events ever at UFC 112, Dana White promised to make it up to fans who shelled out as much as $54.95 to watch middleweight champ Anderson Silva “coast” to a victory.
Silva had dominated the first two rounds against challenger Demian Maia, however instead of finishing off his lesser opponent, Silva stopped fighting and opted to taunt his challenger for the remaining 3Rounds instead.
White was so disgusted with what transpired that he actually left his seat and handed the title to Silva’s manager, Ed Soares, and told him to wrap it around Anderson’s waist.
Now, as noted yesterday, it appears that White is working on a plan to make it up to those who witnessed what happened in Abu Dhabi.
“What I’m going to end up doing is probably taking a big, huge fight that should have been on pay-per-view and put it on free TV. I’m actually working on it right now,” White told MMAWeekly.
Nobody has any clue as to what White may have in store, but you know the boss doesn’t like letting Octagon fans down.
“I said I’d make up for that, and trust me, I’m gonna,” he reiterated.