It is absolutely one thing that nobody needs to even ponder, however because the president of the UFC, Dana White has to contemplate what he’ll do if there’s a second nationwide shutdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
White has been making an attempt to navigate the restrictions imposed due to the pandemic from day one. He confronted heavy scrutiny for being one of many few heads of an expert sports activities league to try to transfer ahead through the shutdown. That scrutiny abated a bit when he was lastly capable of run UFC 249 on Might 9 in Florida.
Now he’s virtually lorded for his tenacity in getting his sport going once more, offering a blueprint for others to observe as a way to safely get again to stay sports activities.
He did not undergo all of that merely to get sideswiped once more if there may be one other shutdown. White does not spend his days merely lining out battle playing cards as if there will likely be no extra setbacks. He is actively making ready for the day when the world faces one other smackdown.
Watch as White discusses his newest views on the pandemic, considers whether or not or not Amanda Nunes is actually considering retirement, and extra at his UFC on ESPN 11 pre-fight scrum with the media.
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