You are way out of line because TEMPLE, TEMPLE doesn't have, DOESN"T HAVE a wrestling program. Boyd is a millionaire.
And Dana White is the guys name for UFC.
You're making it clear that you hate pro wrestling because you feel that the billion dollar business should give back to amateur wrestling much more than it has. You blame UCONN and Southern Connecticut and Yale not having wrestling programs on McMahon.
So I'll ask again, do you blame Boyd for Temple not having wrestling?
Boyd was a a national wrestling champion for Temple in 1969. They had another National Champ, Bill Hyman, in 1985. After Hyman won the National Title he was pictured on the front page of the sports section of the New York Times. A few weeks later Temple canned the wrestling program and a few others, both male and female. The AD stated the wrestling team did not earn enough publicity. Did I mention that Bill Hyman appeared on the front page of the NYTimes sports section?
University of Toledo use to have a wrestling team. I was at their facility for a world cup circa 1982, I think they once had an NCAA Champion, but I know not his name or year.
Boyd was a NCAA champ, an EIWA champ, the subject of movie, and victor over the bear, Victor. He is founder and sponsor of the Titan Mercury wrestling club, so I assume he is reasonably wealthy. I am guessing he is well above a million dollars in worth, I wouldn't be surprised if the majority of male college graduates over 60 are "millionaires" (well if they consider the value of their "loans" to their kids). But a several page Google search provides no information on him other than Titan-Mercury and Victor Bear., so he may be worth in the 10s of $millions, but probably not in the 100s of $millions and certainly not in the $billions. I don't know why, particular, he should fund a program for Toledo; does he live there? Now to fund Temple, to 9.9 at a national level, and likely fund a woman's program could be $20-30,000,000. I just would not see someone worth under $100M doing so unless they are without heirs.
Again, although MMA is certainly a legitimate sport I am not interested. (kind of like I will watch Grand Prix racing but not Nascar outside of a bar.) So why the Heck should I know who Dana White is?
You seem to be too much of a hot head to attempt further, logical, cordial conversation.