Dana White Hates Rampage On The A-Team 'With A F*cking Passion'
UFC commissioner Dana White has never been one to bite his tongue and he has sounded off on Rampage being in the film.
"I hate it with a [expletive] passion," White said when asked about UFC fighters who take movie roles. "'You're a fighter; you're not a movie star.' It's so [expletive] funny because fighters want to be movie stars, and movie stars want to act like they're fighters. 'Get a [expletive] grip. You're a fighter, and you're a [expletive] movie star. Alright?'"
'Guess what Rashad Evans is thinking about right now,'" White said he plans to tell Jackson. "'He's thinking about beating your [expletive] ass. He's not sitting around thinking about how him and his mom used to watch the [expletive] 'Love Boat' together and (how) he wants to get the role of Isaac the bartender."
"'Get a [expletive] grip, dude. You're going to make a lot of money. You ain't going to make a lot of money playing B.A. Baracus on 'The A-Team.' Jesus Christ. This [expletive] drives me [expletive] nuts.' So yeah, I'm not a big fan of fighters doing movies. When your career is over, if you turn into a movie star, that's awesome."
So it is very clear that Dana White is not happy with Rampage deciding on the movie. I am not a fan of the move either. Rampage has said that he wants his belt back. I think it is time to put your money where your mouth is and step in the cage against Rashad. Rampage spent a season hyping up a fight with Rashad only to go for Hollywood? Unacceptable.
What makes matters worse is that Rampage has publicly made fun of Forrest Griffin on his Twitter page after Griffin's loss to Anderson Silva. At least Griffin is in the cage fighting against the best. He isn't sitting around reading through straight-to-DVD caliber movie scripts. If Rampage is okay with not getting his belt back, just admit it. Stop coming up with outs.