UFC president Dana White lambasted his own production team after cameras failed to pick up Donald Trump during Conor McGregor's fight.
The Notorious made his highly-anticipated octagon return on Sunday against Dustin Poirier.
But it was short-lived with McGregor breaking his tibia in the first round – he has since undergone surgery but could be ruled out of action for at least a year.
And while that could be a bitter blow to UFC's viewing figures, White was also fuming the broadcasting.
Trump was in attendance at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas where he was greeted by boos and cheers from the crowd.
But the former president wasn't picked up by broadcaster ESPN by viewers at home, leaving White raging.
Explaining the mix-up, he told TMZ Sports: "We were getting ready to show him right between the co-main and main events, I think you remember that we showed OBJ (Odell Beckham Jr).
"We showed OBJ, then it was supposed to go to David Spade, 2 Chainz, and then the president, and we had some kinda glitch in the truck.
"Then the Conor fight ended up ending in the 2nd round so we never got a chance.
"Let me tell you what, massive f*** up by my production team, but ya know, it’s live TV and these things happen.”
Trump played a small role in the early days of the UFC, hosting a number of events at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.
The 75-year-old last attended a UFC event in November 2019.
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