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rushed to the defense of TikTok celebrity Addison Rae on Saturday in the midst of ongoing drama surrounding Rae’s short-lived gig with the UFC.
Rae announced earlier this week sheto provide coverage for Saturday’s UFC 264 card, highlighted by the Conor McGregor-Dustin Poirier bout. Dana White’s alleged decision made sense. Rae has over 100 million followers combined on TikTok and Instagram. Her presence alone would probably garner more views for the UFC.
Rae’s gig with the UFC was short lived, though. She made a wrong impression on Twitter when she flaunted her new gig and mentioned she only “studied broadcast journalism in college for 3 whole months to prepare for this moment.” The tone-deaf comment, and it may have been the primary reason .
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nvm y’all got me fired
— Addison Rae (@whoisaddison)
One fan in particular became upset over the fact there’s many more qualified candidates eager to earn the opportunity Rae was given.
“Should we hire someone who busted their butt through college, and genuinely loves UFC and is hungry for an opportunity in journalism?? Nah, let’s hire Addison Rae because she’s popular for ‘throwing it back’ on tik tok,” one fan wrote.
caught notice of the fan’s tweet and she didn’t like what she saw. The social media celebrity defended Rae and her “hard work.” She also praised the UFC for hiring an individual with such a strong social-media presence.
“Don’t discredit all her hard work,” Spiranac said on Twitter. “UFC is smart to hire someone with millions of followers.”
UFC 264: How, when and where to watch Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier 3
Two of the most popular fighters in the entire UFC will meet for a third time on Saturday at UFC 264 (10 p.m. ET, ESPN+ PPV). The winner likely gets the first shot at new UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira — some wondered why this bout wasn't for the lightweight crown in the first place — while the loser could go in a number of directions. McGregor in particular could go in a number of directions, from the rest of the UFC's lightweightThe winner likely gets the first shot at new UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira — some wondered why this bout wasn't for the lightweight crown in the first place — while the loser could go in a number of directions.
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Don’t discredit all her hard work. UFC is smart to hire someone with millions of followers.
— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac)
If we’re being honest, the UFC’s reported decision to hire Addison Rae was brilliant. But the TikTok star didn’t think things through with her tone-deaf tweet.
UFC 264 begins Saturday evening at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN.
Update: According to a report, the entire Addison Rae-UFC news was a ‘stunt’ for social media.
This was all a stunt, a source with knowledge of the situation tells. was never employed by UFC, either in a full-time capacity or as a one-off for .
— A.J. Perez (@byajperez)
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Twitter reacts to Miesha Tate's TKO of Marion Reneau in return fight at UFC on ESPN 26 .
's return to MMA from a nearly five-year retirement was a success on Saturday when she beat in the UFC on ESPN 26 co-main event. Former UFC champ Tate (19-7 MMA, 6-4 UFC) got back in the octagon for the first time since November 2016 and managed to pull off a…Former UFC champ Tate (19-7 MMA, 6-4 UFC) got back in the octagon for the first time since November 2016 and managed to pull off a third-round TKO victory over Reneau (9-8-1 MMA, 5-7-1 UFC) in the women’s bantamweight matchup, which took place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.