UFC on Fox: Dana White Video Blog, Part 1

UFC president Dana White is back with his first video blog for the big UFC on Fox show this weekend. As usual, the first episode looks back at recent events, with both UFC 137 and UFC 138. Dana also makes it clear that UFC on Fox won't interfere with people wanting to watch Manny Pacquaio vs. Juan Manuel Marquez.

The UFC 137 footage kicks off similar to the footage from UFC 136, with the doctors checking over some of the guys that lost on the card. They also show a few of the fighters shaking hands with the guys that beat them. Mirko Cro Cop most definitely doesn't want to be checked out by the docs. The footage ends with a cyborg-looking B.J. Penn getting his handwraps removed and embracing the man that defeated him in the main event, Nick Diaz.

The UFC 138 stuff kicks off with a ticket giveaway in a park, then covers the same format at the 137 stuff. The footage of Brad Pickett and Chris Leben is likely the best stuff on the blog, though I'd suggest skipping the 8:00-8:30 section if you're squeamish.  The blog ends with about two minutes of footage from the UFC on Fox press conference featuring Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos. Overall it's definitely worth checking out, especially if you liked the first part of the UFC 137 blog (that featured UFC 136).


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