Dana White Gets Pulled Over by Police on Return to Vegas

UFC President Dana White, 52, was pulled over by police after arriving back in Las Vegas following UFC 288. In a video posted on social media, White can be seen smirking to the camera with a police car in the background. He has yet to reveal why the police pulled him over.

The UFC president had been in New Jersey to watch Aljamain Sterling, 33, retain his bantamweight title by defeating Henry Cejudo, 36.


Sterling’s Post-Fight Confrontation

In the aftermath of the fight, American star Sean O’Malley, 28, entered the octagon to confront the champion. White later confirmed that the pair would fight in August in Boston. However, Sterling was unaware of the plans and instead wants the fight to take place in Vegas, where he can enjoy the hot weather and attend pool parties.

Sterling said, “That’s news to me. I don’t want to go to Boston. Dana, I’ve been trying to fight at the T-Mobile for God knows how long. I want to fight in Vegas.”

White admitted it was not a good idea to have O’Malley face-off with Sterling in the cage, but all-but confirmed that the bantamweight contender will be next in line for the title.

White said, “I’ve had better ideas than what I did tonight. Not a great idea but yes, [O’Malley is] next. It was a bad idea.”


Sterling vs. O’Malley: Boston or Vegas?

The question remains whether Sterling and O’Malley will fight in Boston or Vegas. It appears that Sterling wants the fight in Vegas, but White has not yet confirmed the location.

The fight between Sterling and O’Malley is highly anticipated and will be a must-watch for MMA fans. Sterling will be looking to defend his title against the rising star of the sport.

Dana White, as always, is at the centre of the action, and his antics always keep fans entertained. Whether it’s getting pulled over by the police or announcing fights, the UFC president is always in the spotlight.

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