White was able to catch the would-be intruder on camera and posted the footage online, offering ,500 to the first person who turned the perpetrator over to the police. This man allegedly tried to break into Dana White’s house last night. pic.twitter.com/krFV6qeDeF
Dana White is offering a stack of cash for anyone who can identify the “f*ckface” that attempted to break into his vacation home overnight. Luckily, nobody was hurt in the incident as the individual failed to get past the front door before being scared off. White’s doorbell camera managed to get a pretty clear picture of the trespasser, meaning it’s likely only a matter of time before police nab their man.
”I didn’t know what he had,” Smith told ESPN. “Typically people don’t break into your house in the middle of the night for any good reasons. I’m expecting that I’m gonna hear a gunshot or he’s gonna stab me. Like he’s got something. I figure I’ve got about two minutes before whatever he’s got takes me out.
”No normal human is able to fight like that. I’m by no means the baddest dude on the planet. But he’s a regular Joe and I had a hard time dealing with him. And he took everything that I gave him — every punch, every knee, every elbow. He took every single one of them and kept fighting me.”
“This f*ckface just tried to kick [in] my front door in Levant, Maine,” an angry White posted on his Instagram stories. “I will [pay] 2500 dollars to the first person to let the police know who he is.”
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Sadly, this isn’t the first time a member of the MMA community has found themselves facing a home invasion. In 2020, light heavyweight contender Anthony Smith detailed a terrifying situation where a man entered his home through an open garage door and engaged in a physical altercation with the one-time UFC title challenger.