UFC president Dana White recently forced a Las Vegas casino to tap out.
The Palms has reportedly banned the MMA mastermind because, well, he’s taking too much of their money.
Way too much, actually.
Try closed to $2 million since March.
The casino even dropped his limit from $25,000 per black jack hand to $5,000.
It’s uncommon to see a player removed from a casino without being accused of cheating.
But, according to White, there’s no hard feelings between the two parties and he isn’t accused of any nefarious tactics.