“This Is What You Give Us Dana?” – Dana White Warned After Francis Ngannou vs. Anthony Joshua News as UFC CEO Once Again Disappoints MMA World

Published 01/07/2024, 5:53 AM EST

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The boxing world has just unveiled one of the most anticipated fights of the year set to take place in March. The clash between Francis Ngannou and Anthony Joshua is generating immense excitement within the combat sports community. While boxing enthusiasts are all in, MMA fans were eagerly anticipating some major announcements from Dana White. However, it appears they are left in utter disbelief as the expected news fails to materialize.

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2024 ͏is poised to ͏be a historic year ͏for the UFC, with the͏ highly anticipated UFC 300 on the horizon. The UFC, led by Dana White, is determined not to let PFL snatch their th͏rone. However, a recent announcement by Dana White has left disappointed fans wondering about the future.

Dana White is not giving fans what they want


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Dana White just dropped a bomb on the MMA scene, teasing some major news about UFC 300. In a recent Instagram story, he couldn’t contain his excitement, hinting that he’s gearing up to spill the beans in a few days. This was after the boxing community announced the Ngannou vs. Joshua scene. White’s words hyped up the MMA community, who were expecting an announcement from him. However, it seems the UFC head honcho was in the mood to joke, as his latest announcement does not justify his words.

Dana White took to his Instagram handle to add a post about Powerslap and not the UFC. White stated that people could now watch Powerslap for free. He captioned the post as “14 hours of nonstop @powerslap is STREAMING FREE all day on Rumble!” His announcement didn’t sit well with the fans who were waiting for a genuine response. The fans flooded the post with comments. Some of the comments by the fans are as follows:-


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Lol nobody wants to watch that sh*t

I’d rather watch women’s basketball 

Boxing just announced Francis vs Aj and this is what you give us Dana? I expected better ngl

Thought we was about to get ufc 300 fight announcements for a sec

If you support that sport you need seriously help mentally

please tell me where can i watch this so i never go there

We don’t care about this bullsh*t Dana, we just want to know who the F is headlining UFC 300

Judging by the fans’ reactions, it’s evident that they are far from amused by Dana White’s announcement. They had higher expectations from the UFC CEO, and their disappointment is palpable. Nonetheless, some good star-studded fights have been announced for the year 2024. Let’s look into them.

Confirmed UFC 2024 fights


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The kickoff for 2024 promises an exciting UFC Fight Night, featuring a highly anticipated rematch between Magomed Ankalaev and Johnny Walker. Following this showdown, all eyes will shift to Sean Strickland‘s title defense against Dricus Du Plessis at UFC 297. The fights are highly anticipated because these fighters have bad blood for each other, specifically Strickland and Du Plessis.

At UFC 298, it will be Alexander Volkanovski vs. Ilia Topuria, the Robert Whittaker vs. Paulo Costa fight, and Ian Garry vs. Geoff Neal. UFC 300 teases three epic matchups: Jiri Prochazka vs. Aleksandar Rakic, Aljamain Sterling vs. Calvin Kattar, and Bo Nickal vs. Cody Brundage. Seven massive fights are set for an action-packed 2024. More fights are to be announced by White for UFC 300. It must be noted that Leon Edwards and Belal Muhammad could also possibly be on the card as well.

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In addition, 2024 heralded the much-anticipated comeback of  Conor McGregor, who made headlines͏ by announcing his bout against Michael Chandler scheduled for June. UFC has an͏nounced many fights this year and they are planning more. Who would you like to ͏see in the Octagon? Tell us in the comments below.



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Suryakant Das


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I'm Suryakant Das, an avid sports enthusiast from a family that cherishes the world of sports. I still vividly recall the day my father took me to watch Indian wrestling, sparking my fascination with the discipline and the aura of those warriors. Over time, my love for combat sports grew, and now, I'm a UFC writer at EssentiallySports.
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Yeswanth Praveen




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