It’s fair to say retired fighter Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller and UFC president Dana White don’t have the the best relationship and the bad blood between them has spilled over again over the issue of legalizing MMA in New York.
In fairness it’s one way traffic this time as it’s ‘Mayhem’ who’s went on the attack after White once again blamed The Culinary Union for blocking the bid to have MMA legalized there, and so far White has chosen to ignore him.
“I already know why it’s not legal in NY, @danawhite,” Miller wrote on Twitter. “You keep blocking every attempt at a fighters union, firing everyone who suggests one. The unions are headquartered in NYC, and you can’t get in Without bowing your head to them. Your inflated ego won’t allow you so you resort to getting smart people to write spin-propaganda, painting them in a bad light, while your monopoly marches on.”
“WHEN YOU BUY OUT ALL THE COMPETITION POSSIBLE, LEAVING ONE JANKY SHOW AVAILABLE, AND NO UNION, THAT IS BASICALLY A MONOPOLY,” he continued.
‘Mayhem’ also sounded off about the fact that the UFC refused to pay for his medical treatment after his last fight in the UFC.
“Yeah, a slave that fights on TV, and when I blow my knee in 1080p, it gets called “pre-existing.”