Dana White to be honored at the 2007 Masters Hall of Fame for his outstanding achievements in the Martial Arts
June 13, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsCosta Mesa, CA June 15, 2007- Dana White to be honored at the 2007 Masters Hall of Fame for his outstanding achievements. It is the Masters Hall of Fame distinct honor and pleasure to announce that Dana White has been nominated by Masters Hall of Fame Board Member Shihan Jeff Anderson for induction into the 2007 Masters Hall of Fame.
Dana White said he is pleased to attend this prestigious event and accept his award for induction at the 7th Annual Masters Hall of Fame Awards event, being held at the Hilton Hotel and Resort in Costa Mesa California on Saturday August 11th, 2007.
Dana White was selected by the Masters Hall of Fame Board Member Jeff Anderson for his continued Leadership and Devotion to the Martial Arts Community,
Dana's tenure as the President of Ultimate Fighting Championships as well as his commitment to the Martial Arts has change the face of Martial Arts and brought Martial Arts into the main stream by reaching over 10 million people that watching “The Ultimate Fighter” first season finale show.
Dana's continued success with Zuffa LLC, Spike TV's Hit Reality Show the “Ultimate Fighter” and the hard hitting Ultimate Fighting Championships, has made Dana Whites foot print on the Martial Arts Community is undeniable. Dana's martial arts background include being an Amateur boxer, Brazilian Jujitsu practitioner and manager for UFC fighters Tito Ortiz <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tito_Ortiz> and Chuck Liddell <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Liddell> where he coached, taught and mentored them to Championship titles.
For more information on the 2007 Masters Hall of Fame Awards Banquet, contact Daniel Hect at 951-538-9357 or visit www.mastershalloffame.com.
The Masters Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization that “Recognizes and Develops Excellence in the Martial Arts.