UFC boss Dana White blasts MMA media’s “total and absolute bulls**t” stories on Khamzat Chimaev and his relationship

There have been several rumors about Khamzat Chimaev’s relationship with Dana White and the UFC in general. The UFC president, however, slams at the media, claiming that these rumors are completely unsubstantiated.

It seems that Khamzat Chimaev’s constant complaints that he isn’t getting the fights he deserves leads the media to believe that there must be a problem with his relationship with the UFC president. Borz also recently appeared to have unfollowed everyone from his Twitter except for five accounts. 

What did Dana White say regarding his relationship with Khamzat Chimaev? 

Dana fired back at the media, which had implied that he and Chimaev were at odds. The UFC Chief asserted that the media’s narrative was completely fabricated. 

“This is the ‘media.’ I could literally do this every day with almost every story that’s written. Everything these people write is total and absolute bulls**t.” Dana said. 

Apparently, the screenshot that circulated all over the social media contains the Swedish welterweight not following Dana’s official account. However, as it appears, Borz is still following Dana along with the official UFC account. The 29-year-old fighter is also following Tam Khan, Andrew Tate and ESPN.

Borz blamed UFC for his octagon inactivity! 

Fans of the UFC are eagerly anticipating a Khamzat Chimaev bout. Khamzat’s inactivity in the octagon, though, is quite surprising considering the effort he’s putting into the training. Borz, however, blamed the UFC for not having a fight as of yet just a few days. 

Chimaev’s most recent Tweet reached out to Dana. What the UFC president said afterwards must be the reason why the MMA media started to speculate that there must be something wrong between them.

White clearly avoided the responsibility for Khamzat’s lack of activity by saying, “That’s on him (Chimaev), though. He’s got stuff going on in his personal life. That’s not because we’re not getting him a fight.”

According to Dana, UFC has a plan to get every fighter three fights in a year. If it doesn’t happen fighters are supposed to get paid by them. Hence, the only one reason for a fighter not fight in ten months is if they have personal stuff going on.

Borz assured the supporters in yet another Tweet that while he would like to carry on with his octagon adventure, he is now unable to do so. The former Swedish national wrestling champion is still working out hard in Thailand and Dubai, but he’s not sure when he’ll fight next.

“I have no problems with fights. If they gave me a fight, I would have fought a long time ago. I did so many training camps and not one fight. The problem is definitely not with me.” Chimaev said.

After considering all of the information, who do you think should Khamzat Chimaev fight next and when is a realistic time frame for that to happen? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section. 


Khandaker Muntasir

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As a passionate UFC enthusiast, Khandaker Muntasir Hossain provides coverage of MMA, wrestling, and boxing on multiple platforms. With his deep knowledge of sports, he immerses readers in the excitement of various arenas, whether it's the octagon, squared circle, pitch, court, or ring. Through his writing and love for sports, he aims to motivate others to explore their own sporting interests and experience the magic that sports bring.


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