Anonymous answers UFC president Dana White's challenge by hacking UFC.tv.
UFC on Fox 2: Dana White talks with Mauro Ranallo (via TheScoreTV) Highlight; 12:05 "...You go out there & start acting like a terrorist, you are going to get OSAMA BIN LADEN'd"
The UFC's dispute with the internet hit a new climax on Thursday, as UFC President Dana White challenged hackers to again burglarize the UFC's official website.
Three recent events indicate that the UFC has reached an inflection point in their business cycle: the decision to cancel UFC 145 in Montreal; the decision to test new UFC fighters for PEDs before signing them; and the UFC's continued stubborn advocacy of SOPA even after it failed.
The UFC's well-documented fight against internet piracy hit a crescendo over the weekend, as the official UFC.com website was hacked in response to a Las Vegas Review-Journal op-ed penned by Executive Vice President Lawrence Epstein supporting the controversial congressional bill, Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).