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Chael Sonnen discusses the Dana White vs Vince McMahon fight

The whole Dana White vs Vince McMahon “super fight” that the UFC President revealed got some air time on UFC Tonight on Fuel TV.

A “tale of the tape” was produced listing the age, height, notable wins, strengths, and weaknesses of both.

White was listed 43 and 5’11” with Pride, Strikeforce, and WEC, as his notable wins. His strength was the “Twitter Slam” while his weakness was his ear.

McMahon was listed 67 years old and 6’2″ with WCW and ECW as his notable wins. His strength was the “power strut” and his hip was listed as his weakness.

Chael Sonnen who was on the show said not even Undertaker could save Vince McMahon in that fight and said that Kamala would win an Olympic medal in pole vault before Vince steps into the “boss’ wheelhouse.”

Sonnen – who is a big wrestling fan and loves to trash talk, took his rants on Twitter as well and then suggested a fight with Vince McMahon and CM Punk in his corner vs Dana White and himself in his corner.

“You’d be so punch drunk against Dana even your straight edge Champion @cmpunk will feel tipsy,” Sonnen wrote.

You can see the segment where Sonnen discussed the fight below.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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