Dana White doesn’t keep his opinion to himself in any manner of speaking. His straightforward approach is one of the reasons why he’s been one of the reasons why he’s been so successful.
White recently spoke to OBJECTified in an episode that will air this Sunday on Fox News. During the interview, he took aim at religion of all things. He’s been outspoken about this subject before, and he wasn’t shy at all speaking his mind once again on such a conservative news channel.
“I don’t like religion. I think religion is dangerous, all religion is dangerous. I think it’s scary, it’s dangerous and it’s all bad. And it should probably all go away. You can believe in whatever you want to believe in, life and the afterlife. But religion is dangerous.”
We’re not sure if you share this same viewpoint, but it might answer your question about why UFC doesn’t mind having late fights on a Saturday night when some people have church the next morning.
— TMZ (@TMZ) August 17, 2018
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