UFC's Dana White Calls Out Netflix For Short Time Slot at Tom Brady Roast

Photo: Instagram/Dana White

During Netflix's recent special, "The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady," UFC president Dana White didn't hold back, taking aim at the streaming giant for only giving him a minute on stage to roast the seven-time Super Bowl champ.

Expressing his frustration, White joked, "It p---es me off. I flew all the way out here and you guys give me 60 seconds? My name is Dana. Is that not trans enough for you liberal f---s?"

White, who was part of the star-studded audience, took the opportunity to deliver some zingers aimed at Brady and comedian Jeff Ross.

Photo: Instagram/Dana White

The roast, hosted by Tony Hinchcliffe of "Kill Tony," featured a segment called "Kill Tommy," where White seized his moment to fire off a few humorous shots.

This isn't the first time White has made headlines for speaking out. In October, UFC renewed its partnership with Anheuser-Busch, making the company its official beer sponsor. 

White emphasized the importance of aligning with an American company that shares UFC's core values, citing their support for American workers and veterans.

While acknowledging that not every business decision may please fans, White emphasized that his choice to partner with Anheuser-Busch was driven by his commitment to his own core values and love for the country.

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Source: Fox News 


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