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“Its F**cking illegal !”- Dana White Dismisses Allegations on $2m Bet With Snoop Dogg

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Snoop Dogg quickly reminded UFC president Dana White about their wager, following Jake Paul’s stunning first-round knockout victory. Both Dana White and Snoop had earlier made their predictions on the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren fight. While White put his money on Askren winning the fight, Snoop backed Jake.

During the post-fight interview with Jake Paul, the rapper called out Dana White, asking him where his money was. Snoop said, “Where’s my money at? Dana, where my money at?”

Now, White has denied the existence of such a bet. He said, “I don’t owe Snoop $2 million. I never bet let me make it clear right here to everybody. It’s f*cking illegal. First of all, I’m not gonna make an illegal bet, No. 1. And No. 2, why would I bet them $1 million or $2 million when I could do it legally in Las Vegas and get 2-to-1 (odds)?”

Dana White

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 12: UFC president Dana White addresses the media during the UFC weigh-in at UFC APEX on February 12, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)

UFC president Dana White is a self-admitted gambler, and an impulsive one as well. White has recently allegedly lost a $1 million boxing bet and is a blackjack king who has won millions while being banned from a few gambling clubs in Las Vegas.

Dana has spent most of his life in Sin City, and so naturally, betting and gambling are a part of his life. He has publicly stated frequently that he enjoys the added emotions brought to sports through betting.

However, he has never endorsed illegal gambling, and he stays true to his words to this day. There is no way he will place an illegal bet for terrible odds when he can place one legally in exchange for a much better payoff. Dana White may be a compulsive gambler, but he is shrewd as ever.

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