How taste my pee-pee?
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White whipped out his womb broom and gave heavyweight contender Brendan Schaub a golden shower earlier this week on Off the Record with Michael Landsberg, flat-out denying that "Big Brown" was losing $100,000 per fight in sponsorship money as a result of the promotion's new Reebok deal.
That's according to Joe Rogan, who defended The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 10 runner-up on his official podcast (via MMA Fighting):
"You're in a pissing contest, he pissed on you. I saw him on that Landsberg show. He basically pulled his dick out and peed all over you. Dana called you a liar. I know you're not a liar. I love Dana. He's been my friend for a long fucking time. If it wasn't for him, I wouldn't even be working for the UFC. If he quit or the UFC got sold to someone else, I'd probably stop doing it. I really would."
Rogan suggested that Schaub release his financial records to prove he was telling the truth about his salary decrease; however, "Big Brown" was not interested in making his income public and said White was "misinformed" about who was actually signed on as a sponsor (see the list here).
The UFC-Reebok deal takes effect this July and not only will it require every competitor to wear Reebok-branded uniforms, but it will also eliminate all existing sponsors from advertising during fight week. The controversy stems from the payout discrepancy; meaning, some fighters were generating more revenue prior to the change in policy.