The boxing world was either given a boost of energy, or a complete loss of credibility Saturday night, as Timothy Bradley was given a split decision victory over Manny Pacquiao. Among those that disagreed with the decision was UFC president Dana White, who sounded off via Twitter.
"Nevada state athletic commission at its finest!!! You've for to be (expletive) kidding me!! that is disgusting Nevada state athletic commission!! Worst athletic commission in the country!!!!!!!!!" White posted.
White is a long-time boxing supporter who has always felt the sport can co-exist with the UFC. However, he's also been a strong critic of any decisions he disagrees with, so it is no wonder White went on the verbal warpath Saturday night.
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