UFC star Jorge Mazvidal is not afraid to support the candidate he thinks is best for the United States of America, even if it may not be the most politically correct thing to say as a celebrity. The former champion in the Ultimate Fighting Championship has never shied away due to fear, and as he stepped on stage to endorse Donald Turmp’s 2024 campaign, he once again said exactly what was on his mind.
Mazvidal has become an important figure in sports for the Republican movement that hopes to reignite the Red Wave in 2024. He is one of the few voices with the agency and bravery to be open and proud in his support of Former President Donald Trump.
Now, he is on stage, at the mic, chanting “Let’s Go Brandon” in front of a packed house as the marvel that is a Trump Rally is taking place. The electricity that is felt in the video is something that is incomparable to other candidates in recent memory and certainly unlike any candidate that is running for either side in the 2024 election.
The excitement surrounding the Trump 2024 campaign is palpable and is a good sign for Republicans who hope to see the economy restored to the highs that it found in the Trump era.
UFC star Jorge Mazvidal has the crowd chanting "Let's Go Brandon" at the Trump rally. pic.twitter.com/JJl1rC9QAn
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) November 8, 2023
The UFC has come under fire recently after announcing that it is entering a long-term partnership with Bud Light following the Dylan Mulvaney marketing debacle. Dana White spoke about that decision to Fox News Business.
He said, “When you do sponsorships, you definitely do sponsorships for the money, too. Money is definitely a part of it, but money was not the decision-making [factor].”
That quote came across as really intriguing to many fans of the UFC and to many investors who wonder what exactly happened behind the scenes to make Dana White so sure that a Bud Light partnership would not taint the image of the world’s biggest fighting league.
For many on the right, the thought of ever again drinking a Bud Light has been made to be repulsive. To many, the brand abandoned millions of Americans when it chose to go woke, and nothing short of a full apology and expression of regret could really save the company.
Yet, somehow, White is willing to bet the UFC’s name and reputation on having a relationship with the domestic beer. It could be that he knows something that we do not. White has shown a propensity to support the right, or at least to completely avoid letting his brand become political.
White has been seen on multiple occasions talking to and accommodating Donald Trump at UFC events, something that commissioners of other major sports leagues in America seem very unlikely ever to do. So, only time will tell what exactly has happened with Bud Light in recent months, but there must be some sort of reason for hope if Dana White is willing to bet the future on this relationship.
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