Dana White UFC 133 Video Blog, Part 2

Dana White's second UFC 133 video blog could be more accurately described as a UFC 132 post-fight blog. It's just a recap of his experiences before and during the card. There are a few interesting parts though, and it's worth the six minutes of your time.

The first couple of minutes show Dana in a casino talking to a few people, then he's in a room watching the Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye boxing match. He says that Klitschko/Haye was almost canceled due to inclement weather, and "that's why we don't do outdoor stadiums". He then enters the cageside area and watches the Condit/Kim fight,  and that's where the good stuff starts. The camera watches both Dana White and Chuck Liddell react to Tito Ortiz beating Ryan Bader. Liddell in fight-watching mode is always hilarious, and this is no different. The difference in reactions between the two of them when the fight is stopped is both funny and interesting.

It doesn't get much tougher than Chuck Liddell, but the next guy Dana sits down and chats with might be right up there - Justin Bieber. Luckily that doesn't last long, and it jumps right into Lil' Jon asking to be guest ring announcer. Seriously. Finally, it closes out with Dana's stoic reaction to Chris Leben finishing Wanderlei Silva - 'Look, he's grappling with (the referee)', and a quick word with Urijah Faber after his loss to Dominick Cruz in the main event.

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