UFC is making a generous contribution of $1 million to the Hawaii wildfire relief fund.
Dana White, the president of the UFC, announced on his Instagram post that UFC is donating $1 million towards relief efforts.
Furthermore, the UFC has revealed a uniquely crafted T-shirt that can be purchased, with the notable detail that the entire sales revenue will be dedicated to contributing to the Hawaii wildfire relief fund.
UFC T-shirts, which aim to support Hawaii’s relief, are available for purchase on the promotion’s website for $30.
Maui, Hawaii, is grappling with a significant tragedy marked by a devastating loss. The toll of lives lost has unfortunately risen to 100.
UFC has never hosted an event in Hawaii in its three-decade history, but there are numerous connections to the region. UFC Hall of Famer B.J. Penn, former featherweight champion Max Holloway, and middleweight veteran Brad Tavares are from Hawaii
AEW President Toni Khan is also contributing to Hawaii by organizing a special event, AEW Fight for the Fall. Khan clearly mentioned that the earnings that will be generated from the episodes will be directly allocated to support the Maui Food Bank.