Dana White won’t send vaccines for UFC fighters, says it’s a “free country”


Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White says she will not impose COVID vaccines for fighters in her organization.

White lashed out against the warrants, claiming that people can do what they want because it is a “free country”.

In an interview with Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade, White was asked about the vaccination mandate for companies with more than 100 employees.

“My fighters may or may not be vaccinated,” White proclaimed. “We are not forcing people to get vaccinated. I believe that as an American, this is your choice. If you want to get vaccinated, your body. This is a free country. Do what you want.”

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White said the same thing in August, before the mandate.

“I would never tell another human what to do with their body,” White said. “If you want to get vaccinated, it’s up to you. This is your choice. You’ll never hear me say I’ll force people to get vaccinated. Never gonna happen. “

When asked about UFC 268, which will take place in Madison Square Garden, requiring vaccine testing for entry, White said people could participate in fights in other states if they don’t want to get the vaccine.

“If you are vaccinated and want to come to the event, you can come to the event in New York,” White said. “If you don’t, we’ll have 44 events across the country, you can go to one of those shows.”


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