Over the weekend, UFC President Dana White answered questions during an interview, some regarding COVID-19 and possible treatments.

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More specifically, reporters asked how White felt about the nearly 270 “doctors” sending a letter to Spotify asking them to cancel Joe Rogan’s show due to “misinformation” about the virus. The reporters must have missed that these “doctors” were primarily made up of actually researchers, students, and even a dentist.

Regardless, White talked about Ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies and how they have been around for years with positive effects. “Now you can’t get those things to save your life,” he said. “Literally.”

“It’s disgusting,” White said when asked if he’s surprised by how hard it is to get these effective treatments. “It’s disgusting. Yeah. It’s one of the craziest things that I’ve ever witnessed in my life.”

White pointed out that these drugs and methods aren’t experimental. “This stuff’s been around,” he said, before pointing out that the discovery of Ivermectin was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.

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This brought a reporter to ask White, “Are you a doctor?”

White pointed out (after making fun of the guy that asked the question) that although he’s not a doctor, “But I took them, and they both work for me. So why shouldn’t I be able to take them again? Or other people?”

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The reporter had no response.

White continued, “You wanna know what’s scary? Bet I could get some fuckin pain pills quicker than I could get monoclonal antibodies.”

The reporter snidely, and quietly, said, “Maybe.”

“No, not maybe,” White retorted. “That’s a fact…they fuckin hand out pain pills like they’re Tic Tacs.”

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