How is the UFC planning to rebuild its social media presence after its MMA event was canceled?


The UFC’s social media accounts were shut down this week due to safety concerns, but it still plans to keep them open.

The UFC tweeted out a video this week about the cancellation, and it’s been viewed more than 20 million times.

In the video, UFC President Dana White says he and the company are not sure when the event will be back on the UFC’s official social media channels.

It also includes a link to a Twitter feed that includes photos and videos of UFC fighters competing, but those accounts have been suspended.

UFC officials have been working to restore the social media infrastructure and to bring back a few of the old content.

White also told MMAjunkie he’s not sure if the event is back online at all.

“It’s been a very busy time for us.

We’re trying to make sure that the right resources are available, and I think that we’ve done that,” he said.

“We’re going to have to get back to that process and get some of those things back up and running.”

UFC officials did not return requests for comment from MMAjunksie.

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