“There’s nothing wrong with going out on top either — Jon Jones is undefeated, he’s never been beat.”
“For those people that don’t know, you see that 1 loss on his record, he didn’t lose that fight he won that fight in dominant fashion like most of his fights. It was a time when the Nevada Athletic Commission was at its weakest and there was a referee that shouldn’t have been in there and he stole that fight from Jon Jones. So, it wouldn’t be a bad thing for him to go out on top.”
Meanwhile, White is also focusing his energy on “The Return of the Ultimate Fighter” — the 29th season of the UFC’s iconic reality competition show.
The new season, which airs every Tuesday at 9 PM on ESPN+, features Brian Ortega and Alexander Volkanovski as coaches — working with 16 up-and-coming fighters, all of whom are battling to make the UFC roster.
The series has been a springboard for superstars like Kamaru Usman, Forrest Griffin, Nate Diaz, Tony Ferguson and more … and Dana clearly feels there’s serious talent in this class as well.
Plus, we also got a taste of some of the drama behind the scenes … and shocker, sounds like there’s some bad blood between the two coaches as they gear up for their long-awaited showdown in the Octagon.