White let me drive his Ferrari around Vegas

White let me drive his Ferrari around Vegas

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UFC middleweight prospect Joe Pyfer went home a happy man after the card held in Las Vegas last weekend, but not just because of his cage success…

After an exceptional performance on Dana White’s Contender Series in July, which saw him become the episode’s only contract winner, Pyfer made a quick turnaround to appear in his promotional debut at UFC Vegas 60.

In a fast-paced fight for him, “Bodybagz” knocked out Alen Amedovski with a vicious right hand in the very first round. With the result, the 26-year-old upped his stock even further and announced his arrival in the 185-pound division.

Besides impressing fans and pundits alike with his recent performances, Pyfer has fallen into Dana White’s good books. After a lackluster first episode DWCS this year, the UFC president encouraged fighters who were to appear in the remaining episodes of the season to “be Joe Pyfer”.

Well, it turns out following this advice could lead to special sports car privileges…

White Hands Pyfer Keys…

Something seems to be in the air at the Apex when it comes to UFC executives handing over the keys to their cars to fighters.

Following Khamzat Chimaev’s weight loss ahead of UFC 279, business manager Hunter Campbell was tasked with changing the card. Changes included Tony Ferguson agreeing to face Nate Diaz in the main event.

According to ESPN MMACampbell temporarily handed over the keys to his Bentley to car fanatic “El Cucuy” after asking him to headline.

Campbell obviously isn’t the only UFC superior to offer rides.

During an appearance on MMA hour with Ariel HelwaniPyfer described his experience driving sports cars in Las Vegas.

“A good overall experience. I had fun with the team. I got to drive some really nice sports cars, so I was pretty excited about that because I’m a huge car enthusiast,” Pyfer said. “Yeah man, I went over there, did my thing and got to enjoy a little Vegas this time.”

Unsatisfied with his need for speed, “Bodybagz” is given the keys to Dana White’s Ferrari, which he drives for hours.

“So I went to Royalty Exotics and my management set this up… We had the cards for the whole day, and I still haven’t had my fix,” Pyfer said. “I had reached out to Dana earlier and was like, ‘Hey man, do you know where I can find an exotic car or something?’ And he said, ‘You can come and get my Ferrari.’ So I did. It was great.

“He had it at Apex, so I went to HQ and just had the keys there for me. I took it out for about three or four hours…(I did) about 160…I wasn’t worried about it. He said to me, ‘Don’t wrap it around a pole, that’s my daily routine’, so I didn’t wrap it around a pole,” Pyfer added. “I texted him afterwards, I was like, ‘Man, this car has no traction. It just spins everywhere. He was a good man, I really appreciated it. It was hyper generous . »

If there’s one car you don’t want to write off, it’s the chief’s…

But Pyfer got the Ferrari back in one piece, and after delivering another showpiece finish on fight night, the New Jersey native can likely look forward to more memorable experiences after cementing a spot on the UFC roster.

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