Dana White’s name is mentioned in an article in the LA Times about ‘bottle service whales’. It is only mentioned once, and the article didn’t mention any Tiger Woods-esque behavior. But still, Dana can’t be happy having his name linked as a bottle service client.
“Known in the industry (as they are in Vegas casinos) as “whales,” this elite class of partiers pays from $20,000 to $100,000 a night to satisfy their every whim. That might mean bodyguards, protection from unwanted media attention or a steady stream of beautiful people ushered to their table. One client enjoyed a white-gold encrusted jeroboam of Dom Pérignon, according to one club manager.”
“Promoters and club owners are highly protective of the identities of these high rollers. But certain names come up repeatedly in interviews with people on the scene and in the know, chief among them Dana White, president of Ultimate Fighting Championship, who is said to be a fan of Beacher’s Madhouse at the Roosevelt Hotel. ”