‘Not Trans Enough For You Liberal F*cks?’: Dana White Torches Netflix At Tom Brady Roast


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UFC President and founder Dana White blasted Netflix during their live Sunday night roast of Tom Brady, calling them “liberal fucks” after they only gave him one minute to roast Brady.

“It pisses me off, I flew all the way out here and you guys give me 60 seconds?” White asked incredulously. “My name is Dana, is that not trans enough for you liberal fucks?”

While White may have only had a minute, he packed it with a whole bunch of non-PC jokes.

“Tom you played for the Patriots for so long that I was actually staring to feel like you were from Boston,” White, who is from Boston himself, joked. “But then I saw you run and I said no he’s definitely from San Francisco,” White joked. (RELATED: ‘Never Say That Sh*t Again’: Tom Brady Gets Up Close And Personal With Comedian Roasting Him)

“You led the league for 20 years in passing … as a straight guy,” White quipped. “Come on, that was a good one,” White pleaded with the crowd.

He finished his Brady roast with a classic gay joke. “I got two of the baddest dudes in the world here now, Sugar Sean O’Malley and Max Holloway. Tom, you would have been a great fighter. You’re already a master of the ground and pound. That’s what you call coffee dates with your boyfriend Alex Guerrero.”

Boom! For those who aren’t aware, Guerrero is Brady’s trainer, dietician and all-purpose lifestyle guru. His constant presence at the New England Patriots facility became somewhat of an issue for coaches and staff, so much so that Brady’s former coach in New England, Bill Belichick, even made a joke about it Sunday.

“It was hard to butt heads with Tom because it was so far up Alex Guerrero’s ass,” Belichick joked.

Friggin hilarious. I was not expecting Bill to be as funny as he was. The whole roast was fantastic. Comedy is so back.

While the savagery of the event was somewhat surprising given it’s mainstream platform, White’s zingers were certainly not. He’s been known for his inability to give a f**k and his propensity for not biting his tongue.

In February White abruptly absconded from a taping of Howie Mandel’s podcast claiming “I’m so fucking tired of doing podcasts,” and randomly exiting, leaving Howie and his producers in total shock.

White also came out in strong support of his longtime friend Joe Rogan when activists tried to cancel him and get him fired as a commentator for the UFC. “Anybody who is with me, who has been with me, knows when you’re with me, you’re with me,” White told Lex Fridman in March. “It’s a two-way street. It’s not a one-way street. I’m not one of these guys that’s gonna roll over. It’s like going through COVID … Some of these people have been with me for 20 years. We’re gonna lay them off? This motherf*cker will burn before I would do that to my people.”