Originally Posted by bradwright
i'm not a Dana fan at all and things like shelling out 20 grand to save a child and then telling everyone
that it was you who did it is more of a self serving move then a compassionate one,dont get me wrong i think its great he did it...
but i would be more impressed if we found out some other way other then through one of his employees.
the video on the other hand tells me more about the guy who posted it then it does about Dana.
Grade 7 seems to be the best years of his life...so good infact i'm not sure he will ever move on.
Actually The request to help the kid was posted on a Website first. That guy called Dana out to help. So everyone was watching to see if he as going to step up. It only makes sense that someone would let them know he was helping out. Otherwise the keyboard warriors would be constantly writing "Dana white didn't help. blah blah blah". It's not like Dana posted it on UFC.com