Dana White Calls Yamasaki’s Performance DISGUSTING In Shevchenko-Cachoeira Fight

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After the fight between Valentina Shevchenko vs Priscila Cachoeira, Dana white didn’t choose the words for referee Mario Yamasaki on UFC Fight Night 125 live on FOX Sports.

It’s not a secret that Dana doesn’t like Mario for a long time. Almost every time Mario Yamasaki is in UFC’s octagon Dana white has some negative words to say about Mario.

This time Dana White called Mario Yamasaki’s performance disgusting according to what happened in that fight. Check out what Dana White said and you have a video below of what happened in that fight and what made Dana white to react like this.

“Priscilla Cachoeira, you showed so much heart and toughness in that fight. I’m honored to have you fight in the UFC. Unfortunately, the ref is there to protect you and Mario DID NOT do that. This isn’t his first disgusting performance in the octagon. Another unfortunate thing is that I can’t do anything about I️t only the Brazilian commission can and i am hoping after this scary, incompetent showing he hopefully will never set foot in that Octagon again. Strikes landed was 230-3.”

Here is the reason why Dana White said that Mario Yamasaki’s performance is Disguisting. As you can see Mario Yamasaki didn’t stop the fight after the first tapping of Priscila Cachoeira.

Shevchenko gets the submission in Rd 2 what a nightmare she is for her division ???

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But Dana White isn’t the only one who think Mario Yamasaki did very late stoppage in this fight. There are numerous MMA fighters claiming the same.

Jared Gordon, UFC Lightweight was very surprised with Yamasaki’s late stoppage: “Jesus Mario, could you wait any longer?”

Gilbert Burns, multiple world champion didn’t hide his disappointment with Mario Yamasaki calling him the worst MMA referee ever:

Patrick Cote, was obviously very angry on Yamasaki’s oversight at the of the match between Valentina Shevchenko and Priscila Cachoeira:

Rafael dos Anjos, Former UFC Lightweight Champion, gave his opinion on throwing a towel in octagon like in other sports. But, there’s a rule in UFC that even if the towel is thrown in octagon it doesn’t mean that referee should stop the fight. And in this case, it’s pretty questionable would Yamasaki see a towel if he wasn’t able to see that Priscila Cachoeira was hurt badly before she tapped TWICE.

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