Here we go again. This is the first installment of Dana White’s video blog leading up to UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones. This video takes you through Dana White’s dealings with the New York bureaucrats that have yet to legalize MMA. Seriously? Still? Educate yourselves, fellas. Frankie Edgar helps out a news crew and Dana [...]
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“This is really going to change the face of MMA. Literally creating a sport that could be as big around the world as football. I liken it somewhat to when the NFC and AFC came together to create the NFL.” That was Lorenzo Fertitta when Zuffa, LLC, parent company of the UFC, purchased Pride/FC back [...]
Huge news today!! In an interview with MMAFighting.com, Zuffa, LLC, the parent company for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, has revealed that they have purchased the California based MMA promotion, Strikeforce. White said under the terms of the purchase, Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker will remain on with the company and Strikeforce’s talent will remain on the [...]
On this week’s edition of ESPN2′s MMA Live, the panel breaks down last weekend’s Strikeforce: Feijao vs. Henderson event and also unveils their very first pound for pound list. Do you agree?
This is the third installment of Dana White’s video blog. It ends with the fighter weigh-ins. And it looks like Michael Bisping and Jorge Rivera want to kill each other. Check it out:
The second part of Dana White’s video blog for UFC 127 is up and ready for viewing. Check it out:
Yes sir yes sir! I told you guys I’d rebound, and that’s exactly what I did. After going a sub-par 5-6 at the Fight for the Troops 2 event, I went 7-4 at UFC 126, which brings me to 19-14. Thank you, thank you, and you’re welcome. I’m sure that brought you a nice chunk [...]
Dana White is back with his first installment of his video blob for UFC 127. He starts out going to the TUF set, then shows you some behind the scenes of UFC 126 (which I was at) so you can see his reaction to the front kick Anderson Silva landed on Vitor Belfort. Did anyone [...]