Dana White denies knowing details of USADA, Conor McGregor feud 'That’s not my job'

Floyd Mayweather Jr. v Conor McGregor - News Conference
Floyd Mayweather Jr. v Conor McGregor - News Conference / Ethan Miller/GettyImages

Dana White does not want to get involved in the drama between anti-doping agency USADA and former champ-champ Conor McGregor.

UFC president Dana White does not want to get involved with Conor McGregor and USADA's ongoing feud.

While attending UFC 286 this week White was asked about his knowledge of a new fight brewing between the UFC's anti-doping agency and one of the sports biggest stars.

“I have no idea. I don’t pay any attention to that shit,” said White. “That’s not my job anymore, and I’m happy to be out of it. Talk to USADA, I have no idea. I want nothing to do with the whole drug testing side of this business. It’s a f—king nightmare.”

Earlier in the week McGregor told Ariel Helwani he only needed two negative tests in order to enter back into competition, not the six months as detailed by USADA.

The organization then released a statement contradicting McGregor's claims which set off the former two-division champion.

""This is my issue. I’ve not lied once. Nor have I tested positive. Ever," he tweeted. "I have over 70 clean tests under this program, yet they are consistently coming out after I speak in a manner that makes it seem I am lying. It’s ridiculous. F**k [USADA]. You are in The Bin."

McGregor has been on an extended leave to recover from a leg injury and film a movie. Many believe he used steroids in order to bulk up for the movie. He expected to fight Michael Chandler in "late summer" but will need to re-enter the USADA testing pool first.

Next. When is Conor McGregor's next fight?. dark