UFC president Dana White had a little more time to spend on Twitter Sunday night since he didn’t attend UFC Fight Night 38 in Brazil.

Instead, White fired off his thoughts through the social media site. And, as always, he didn’t hold back.

The arena in Brazil was difficult for fighters, announcers and others, as White pointed out.

The main event featured a rematch from 2011 between legends Dan Henderson and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua. Henderson overcame a rough start to land his patented “H-bomb” in the third and finish the former UFC light heavyweight champion.

In the co-main event, C.B. Dollaway stunned Brazil and Cezar Ferreira, stopping him just moments into the first round.

On the Fabio Maldonado-Gian Villante early main card bout, White posted the following:

In another main card fight, Norman Parke and Leonardo Santos fought to a majority draw. Parke was deducted a point for grabbing the shorts, and White sounded off on the referee.

And of course, White took some personal shots like he enjoys doing.