"This fight was not part of the (FOX) deal. The deal is for seven years (and) so many fights on FOX. This time, that time, this was never part of the deal. After we signed the deal, FOX said, 'Why don't we do this, why don't we do a fight right away, lets put a great fight on TV, kick it off and let everybody know about the partnership?' That's what this thing was. For anybody to bitch about this fight and they didn't get to see that fight, shut up! You should have bought tickets then if you wanted to see all the fights and you don't like to watch it on Facebook. Seriously, shut up. I don't even want to hear it."
-- Why so angry? An upset Dana White goes off at the UFC on FOX 1 post-fight press conference when asked about the possibility of adding more than one fight to future network television cards. After the highly anticipated heavyweight title fight between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos ended just over a minute after it began, fans and media alike began to question the decision to make it the only bout to make the air. Hindsight being 20/20, did the UFC make a bad decision only airing one fight at an event that was going to introduce mixed martial arts to a brand new audience? Not helping the UFC's argument is the fact that the Clay Guida vs. Ben Henderson match-up lived up to -- and likely exceeded -- all expectations. It would have accomplished everything they were hoping for from the main event: A close fight that went the full 15 minutes and displayed all aspects of MMA. In fact, that fight went on to earn "Fight of the Night" honors. Showing that live would have made a pretty big difference, wouldn't you say? Still, White is simply tired of listening to fans complain b