Jul 12, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; UFC president Dana White speaks at the podium before Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather speak during a world tour press conference to promote the upcoming Mayweather vs McGregor boxing fight at Budweiser Stage. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

Dana White done talking Greg Hardy-Rachael Ostovich situation

UFC President, Dana White doesn’t want to hear it or talk about it anymore.

What he is talking about is Greg Hardy fighting on the same card as Rachael Ostovich. It has been talked about a lot considering Ostovich just recently went through alleged domestic violence. Meanwhile, Hardy was charged for domestic violence a few years back.

Many believe the UFC is tone deaf with the situation and that they never really thought about it. Well, White has heard all the questions and is done talking about Hardy fighting on this card.

“I’m not going to talk about Greg Hardy anymore,” White said. “I already covered this. I’m not playing this bullsh*t with you guys. He’s on the UFC roster. He’s on the UFC roster – period, end of story.

“Listen. You guys want to be sensitive about sh*t, anybody can be sensitive about anything,” White continued. “You can make an issue about everything. The weird thing is you guys give a f*ck…but she doesn’t. She doesn’t care. You know what she said yesterday in her statement? ‘Please stop asking me about this. I want to focus on training, I don’t want this to be an issue for me. I don’t know this guy. This guy has nothing to do with me. I have nothing to do with this guy. This guy’s never done anything to me.”

Well, it appears White has sent a message to the media saying they are the ones who made this is a huge deal.

“If you guys want to keep bringing this up and making it an issue, you can. And I get it, it probably gets hits and it probably does well for you guys, I get it. But she doesn’t want to talk about it anymore. So that’s the end of the story. I’m done with it. I’m done with it.”

Ostovich is set to fight Paige VanZant on January 19 in Brooklyn New York on the first ESPN card. Meanwhile, Greg Hardy is set to fight Allen Crowder on that same card. In the end, it is something that needs to be talked about, but White sure won’t be the one doing the talking.

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