Patrick is a consultant turned journalist who loves the fight…
Drake Riggs is an MMA writer based out of Brush…
Dana White has responded to Conor McGregor sharing DMs that revealed private negotiation as McGregor attempted to secure another fight in 2020.
“I’ve had people blowing me up left and right,” White told media after UFC 253. “Everybody here knows, even the ladies. This is some man code stuff, you know? It’s just something you don’t do. It’s one of the dirtiest things you can do.”
White says that he hasn’t been involved in talks for McGregor to fight Manny Pacquiao.
White also laughed off the idea of McGregor fighting Diego Sanchez, suggesting that it would be ridiculous for a high-ranked fighter to be facing the unranked, 39-year-old Sanchez in a main event.
McGregor has recently responded by telling White to “stop lying” and suggested that White HAD been involved in conversations about fighting Pacquiao. It’s all a big mess and Patrick Auger, Drake Riggs, and Matthew Wells are here to break it down.
Patrick is a consultant turned journalist who loves the fight game and everything to do with it. Focusing on the politics, business, and general state of MMA are his mainstays, though he'll dabble in analysis and best bets when he can. He also enjoys football, basketball, baseball, and great jokes in general so feel free to reach out and berate him on social media whenever you disagree with him.
Drake Riggs is an MMA writer based out of Brush Prairie, Washington, USA who specializes in feature pieces, the women's fight scene, lists, news coverage, and rankings. He has been a passionate fan of MMA ever since 2009. Drake has most notably written for BJPenn.com, FanSided, The Body Lock, South China Morning Post, MyMMANews, Cageside Press, Sherdog, The Scrap, and MMA Today. He has also written for and created video content for RT Sport. As for other sports, Drake is a longtime fan of the NFL's Green Bay Packers and Jacksonville Jaguars.You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @DrakeRiggs_ . Also check out all of his video content on YouTube at: "Drake Riggs" where he uploads fighter interviews, podshows, and various other types of content.