Yesterday we posted on famed men's fashion magazine GQ ranking UFC president Dana White as one of the "sleaziest figures in sports". It was a list of 25 and he placed 8th, ahead of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong but behind the now incarcerated War Machine. In the latest edition of the UFC's weekly interview series, The Download , White addressed this bit of negative press: "Youre never going to be able to stop what people say about you, and everybody isnt going to love you," White said. "But I dont take offense to anything. When youre in a public position like this youre always going to have people say things about you. Believe me, if I worried about everything that was said about me, I would have been a mess a long time ago. That kind of stuff doesnt bother me at all, not even a little bit." The GQ described White as "underpaying his employees", "bullying other organizations", and "impersonating Don King as a bald white guy".
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The entire defense was great, but they didn't have much to do either. Kyle Naughton drew a penalty just 6 minutes into the game when he got cleaned out by AEL goalkeeper Karim Fegrouche, who injured himself on the play and had to leave the game. Unfortunately, Harry Kane wasn't able to convert from the penalty spot, but he'd go on to redeem himself. Just before halftime, Kane put Spurs up on the night by finishing off a nice quick move, with Mousa Dembele providing the assist. AEL's defense was in graduation dress shambles by the time the ball got to Kane, and he placed a perfect first-time finish into the back of the net from the edge of the box. Paulinho scored just four minutes into the second half.