Dana White, King of MMA

Dana White, King of MMA

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by June White
     
 

"If your an mma fan you need to read this book, this book actually contributes something new and does so in a fresh way." Cameron Conway, the Warrior Poet

"Really enjoying Dana White's moms book about her son, check it out for some good soul food."
Frank Shamrock, 1st UFC & Strickforce Middleweight Champion

"Very good book. If your a Dana White fan

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"If your an mma fan you need to read this book, this book actually contributes something new and does so in a fresh way." Cameron Conway, the Warrior Poet

"Really enjoying Dana White's moms book about her son, check it out for some good soul food."
Frank Shamrock, 1st UFC & Strickforce Middleweight Champion

"Very good book. If your a Dana White fan check out this book. If you're a Dana White hater you need to read this book." King JB_MMA Kingdom

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011314209
Publisher:
June White
Publication date:
05/12/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Mother of UFC president Dana White. Born in Hartford, Ct. 5 siblings, 2 children, single mom, 5 grandchildren. Now lives in NH at the beach.

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Dana White, King of MMA 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
MMA-FAN More than 1 year ago
Just finished this book and it is an eye opener. I suggest if anyone is a fan of the UFC, it is a must read to see who the real Dana White is. I was kind of shocked after reading this, Dana is not the person he appears to be but money and power can corrupt anyone. Shame ! I am sure he is so pissed over this book - bald head must be red right now. Read and decide for yourself but Mom has no reason to lie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If I can get it working ...
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not sure how this book got published but it reads like it was penned by a 15 year old girl full of teenage angst and bitterness in her heart for a guy she cannot have (he doesn't want her because she is desperate and a bit psycho). It snaps you back into reality when you remember that a mother scribed this "unauthorized bio" about her only son! Whoa! Daddy issues with this woman? I say yes. Her son wants nothing to do with her so her revenge is to write a nasty book about him. The writer seems to want credit for doing something that may have contributed to her sons success but there's no figuring out what that something is because she is all over the place. Her sense of entitlement is remarkable! Very disjointed thoughts fill this book. It is poorly written, full of errors and not worth the purchase price.