UFC President Dana White INTERFERES In Pro-Wrestling Match

UFC President Dana White INTERFERES In Pro-Wrestling Match

As part of his TV series Lookin’ for a FightUFC President Dana White interfered in a pro-wrestling match at an independent show in Memphis a couple of nights ago.

Beale Street Brawl, which took place on June 15, played host to a tag team match which pitted White’s co-star Matt Serra and Derrick King against Din Thomas and Dustin Starr.

Towards the end of the encounter, White made his way into the ring to prevent Thomas and Starr’s manager, Maria, from interfering and costing Serra’s team the match.

It looked as if Starr had White in trouble, but Jerry ‘the King’ Lawler intervened, allowing Derrick King to score a pinfall victory and the win for he and Serra.


White and Lawler were also pictured chatting before the match took place.

I wonder what they were talking about? Probably nothing, but speculate in the comments anyway!

You can check out the Lookin’ for a Fight series here.


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6 years ago by Liam Winnard


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