Dana White was right all along: 'Quitting is not a solution'
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Dec. 10, 2020
Across a couple of decades Dana White helped build the UFC from a fledgling, banned-on-pay-per-view-sideshow into a mainstream $4 billion global behemoth.
Then he built a house.
“My dream home,” White calls it.
White grew up working class in a tiny town outside of Bangor, Maine. Now that, against long odds, he had a self-made fortune to spend, a guy who unapologetically likes to go big, was determined to think of everything — an indoor, Boston Celtics-themed basketball court, a golf course view, an arcade and a movie theatre with first-run shows.
What he didn’t plan for was a pandemic that would cause him to try to run the entire UFC from there.