"Let's give the fans what they want to see".
"And I'm saying, 'Listen, come at me with s*** I want to hear, I'm not trying to be in show business, I'm trying to be in the fight business".
"I'm going to tell you why Conor McGregor is still doing over a million pay-per-view buys and Floyd isn't".
However, McGregor claims he did not do the show, making White's comments curious.
However, one of the most interesting moments came when the Irishman announced that he had founded his own promotional company, 'McGregor Promotions, ' and that he would be looking to co-promote the Mayweather fight with the UFC and the boxer's company. Nonetheless, he didn't deny the possibility of the two fighting when asked about it during an interview on Showtime on Saturday night.
It's unclear if McGregor's spat with the UFC is genuine or part of a bigger power-play, his leverage has increased since the company was sold for $4.2bn past year. "You know how I feel about Conor". So we'll just have to see what the future holds. "Once we come to a set number that I'm happy with and he's happy with, then we go to the customers, then we go to the promoters, the buyers, then we get it done".
Mayweather, who retired from boxing, added that he "truly believes the fans want this fight".
Detective Inspector John Stainton from Stretford Police Station said: "There was a lot of confusion about what happened and how many people were involved in last night's fighting but we are now clear that there were a maximum of around 20 people involved in the disorder".
In other words, White is putting the chances of the fight at zero, which is also the chance McGregor has of being on Season 7 of Game of Thrones.
While both fighters appear to be on board now more than ever, UFC President Dana White is still confident in saying this thing will never get done. It turns out the logistics of this proposed fight are dark and full of terrors.