Dana White as usual does not hold back on his thoughts of the heavyweight legend Fedor Emelianenko as he drops two losses in a row. With many hardcore fans still requesting for his debut in the UFC, White seems assured that it will not happen.

“His fans just need to deal with it. Deal with the fact that he’s not one of the best in the world. It’s over,” Dana White matter of factly told MMAFighting. “All that was back in 2005. It’s not 2005 anymore.

“Guy’s been inactive, hasn’t fought anybody good in a long time. He looks old and it’s over. It is what it is.”

“You can’t do business with these people, you just can’t do business with them. They made it very clear, even before [Fedor] got beat up twice, that they don’t want to fight the guys in the UFC.

“You saw what happened to him the last two fights. Why would you want to come in here and fight  heavyweights when you can go over there and make a couple million bucks getting beat up by guys that aren’t that good?”

Source: 5th Round