"My son Aiden is a huge Anthony Pettis fan, so I told him when the fight is over, if Anthony wins, come up with me and we will put the belt on him. When he didn't win (Aiden) didn't want to go up. He's crying back in the locker right now (laughs). That's part of the game."
While Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) brass were undoubtedly delighted after an amazing night of fisticuffs in Dallas, Texas last evening (Sat., March 14, 2015) for the UFC 185 pay-per-view (PPV), UFC President Dana White's son Aiden was none too happy about former UFC champ Anthony Pettis getting shut out by the newly minted 155-pound kingpin Rafael Dos Anjos (highlights here) in the night's main event. The boss offered his son to join him inside the Octagon had "Showtime" pulled out the victory, but once the flashy striker was beaten, Aiden reverted to the water works backstage, which only had his dad laughing and Ariel Helwani feeling bad for bringing up the topic in the first place.
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