Jake paul advised UFC to pay better salaries, so Randy couture went out to the intersection. Of course, the relationship between the famous youtuber and Dana White is really bad, but this time, a former fighter from his company supported the young boxer. Taking into account the low numbers that they handle in Mixed Martial Arts, there are already many who criticize those salaries.
Weeks ago, Paul He said: “I think there is a movement that is going to show that the fighters should be paid more. It is unfair. The fighters of UFC they do not have a fair salary. Of all the sports, the percentages obtained by owners versus athletes are the lowest. These fighters are risking their lives, you can literally die in the ring, and they need to be compensated more. Fuck that shit. F * ck Dana White.
Before that, Couture responded to MMA Fighting: “Why Jake paul Is he the one who steps forward and pushes Dana and sheds light on what’s going on and the difference between our sports? What the Ali Law does for boxers doesn’t happen to the rest of us in combat sports. I think that is what needs to change. If it takes Jake Paul to talk and do that, then great. “
It was forceful
Whenever it is done. It just seems a little crazy to me that it comes from there and that we as Mixed Martial Arts athletes cannot come together and we cannot hold these promoters to a higher standard and create the transparency that we need in the sport. The guy who really had the opportunity to shed light on that was Conor McGregor, “explained the legendary fighter.
At the same time, Randy couture He commented: ‘He got a boxing license. As soon as he obtained a boxing license, he canceled his contract with UFC. He had the protections of the Muhammad Ali Law when he became a boxer with that boxing number and chose to bring Dana White and company back to that fight when he could have done all of that on his own, kept all that money for himself and shed light on the problem of Mixed Martial Arts ».
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