UFC President Gave Employees Free Tickets To ‘Sound Of Freedom’

In a video shared to Twitter on Saturday, UFC President Dana White announced that he had told his employees that he would be giving them free tickets to the movie “Sound of Freedom” — a movie based on a true story about child trafficking, which premiered in theaters on the Fourth of July.

White said in the video that he had offered to give free tickets to the movie to any of his staff who wished to see it — and challenged other executives to do the same for their employees.

“YOU MUST SEE THIS MOVIE @SOFMovie2023,” he captioned the video.

“Hey, everybody, I’m Dana White. There’s a new movie out called ‘The Sound of Freedom,’ and it’s about human trafficking,” White began. “More importantly, it’s about the trafficking of children. This is a disgusting, horrific issue that’s happening all around the world, and it’s not getting better, it’s getting worse.”

“What I’m going to do, is I’m going to give any of my UFC employees that want to see this movie free tickets to go see it, and I would like to encourage other executives to do the same at their companies,” he explained.

White also included a clip of actor and director Mel Gibson in his video. Gibson, who has been promoting “Sound of Freedom” from the beginning, explained in the clip why the film was so important.

“One of the most disturbing problems in our world today is human trafficking, and particularly the trafficking of children,” Gibson said. “Now, the first step in eradicating this crime is awareness. Go see ‘Sound of Freedom.’”

The star of the film is Jim Caviezel, who also played Jesus in Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ.”

In “Sound of Freedom,” Caviezel plays federal agent Tim Ballard, who ultimately quit his job to save a young girl who had been trafficked in South America.

“After rescuing a young boy from ruthless child traffickers, a federal agent learns the boy’s sister is still captive and decides to embark on a dangerous mission to save her. With time running out, he quits his job and journeys deep into the Colombian jungle, putting his life on the line to free her from a fate worse than death,” a press release stated.