UFC president Dana White just lately made an look on the “Full Ship” podcast and joined a few different high-profile critics who slammed Kansas Metropolis Chiefs tight finish Travis Kelce for selling the COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer in commercials.
White, 54, made positive that the UFC continued pulling off fights in the course of the peak of the pandemic and continues his stance in opposition to the vaccine. Considered one of his fighters, Colby Covington, and New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers additionally ripped Kelce aside for his Pfizer endorsement.
“I do not know him. I do not know something about him, apart from he is a very good soccer participant,” White mentioned on the podcast. “He is getting lots of consideration proper now. I do not know why – except he is a believer – why would you promote that rubbish? I do not know why you’d do it.
“It is fairly f—ing apparent we do not want it, however like I say, to every his personal man. It is like individuals which might be nonetheless carrying masks. You are mainly simply telling everyone “Hey, I am nuts. Examine me out, I am f—ing loopy.'”
Colby Covington goes even more durable on Travis Kelce
Rodgers, 40, famously or infamously mentioned he was “immunized” when trying to maintain his anti-vaccine stance a secret. He was the primary one to name out the Chiefs tight finish.
Kelce, 34, didn’t have a difficulty with Rodgers calling him “Mr. Pfizer” and doubled down on his pro-vaccine stance.
Covington, 35, went in on Kelce more durable than anyone and known as him “one of many greatest items of s–t of all time.”