via Yahoo Sports:
"Idiotic," he said. "Nobody wants this [expletive] job, believe me. You better love this job to do it."
"Here’s what I believe," he said. "I’m the guy with the road map. I’m the guy who knows where I want to go with this thing. I know what my end game is. I know where it is.
"When this thing is a sport, all over the entire world, and you can take the UFC to any city in any country, just like soccer, then I did it. I did what I set out to do. That’s why I was put on this planet. That’s my job, my destiny, whatever the [expletive] you want to call it."
Dana White is apparently still simmering over the ESPN E:60 piece that aired in May, basically asking if he's the one to take MMA higher than it is right now. I'll say this, White has a lot of short comings. However, having the drive, work ethic, and sacrifice to make the UFC/MMA a global sport isn't one of them. Give us your thoughts on the UFC president.