MMA Moghul Dana White knows how to fetch talents in his promotion. He doesn’t keep an eye over MMA fighters, only, but is also keen on signing promising personas in different roles.
In one such instance, White has offered a job to the 24-year-old Summer Tapasa Sataraka. A few months back, Summer’s video went viral on social media where she was seen fighting a shoplifter at a supermarket in Hawaii.
The accused was trying to steal a television set from the market. However, Summer did not let that happen. She struck the shoplifter bad and revived the TV in its place. Surprisingly, she lost her job for the action. The supermarket did not want Summer to work for them after creating chaos.
Now, UFC president White has turned her life into positivity and has offered her a job at UFC.
Dana White has his eyes on all sorts of talents
After the incident, White invited Summer into the weigh-inns of UFC 246 headlined by Conor McGregor and Donald Cerrone. No wonder it was a gentle gesture from the UFC President’s side.
Meanwhile, he has taken a step ahead and has offered a security personnel job to Summer. The young lady is now a UFC employee and is seemingly in charge of the security at the promotion’s head office in Las Vegas.
The UFC chief newly turned to his social media and clarified how he brought Summer into the company. After the lady got fired from her previous job, White-billed it to be a “terrible” action. Thus he did his best to find a suitable job for Summer in UFC.
— danawhite (@danawhite) September 3, 2020
“Do you remember the girl Sumer? Somebody was stealing the TV, some dude and she beat his a**, stopped him from stealing the TV and she got fired, which I thought was horrible so I have brought her out to Vegas and offered her a job here:
“She is now a UFC employee”, said White.
Summer has got some pretty good ideas for future
Well, getting fired from your previous job might not be that bad if you get to land up in the UFC. Summer is clearly thrilled about being a UFC employee now. She plans to take her journey ahead on a good note.
“Expanding my career and hopefully moving on up” that’s what the 24-year-old plans on her journey with The Ultimate Fighting Championship.
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