UFC 155: Dana White video blog, part 2

UFC president Dana White is back with his second video blog for this weekend's UFC 155 event in Vegas. The first one looked at a humorous grappling competition between UFC 155 fighter Joe Lauzon and Dana's friend Nick The Tooth, where Lauzon submitted Nick six times. This time around, the blog looks at the UFC on Fox 5 event that took place earlier this month in Seattle. Here's a rundown of what happened if you don't have time to watch.

It starts with Nick The Tooth not having his own hotel room, but quickly changes to Ronda Rousey backstage just before she received her UFC women's bantamweight title. Dana is late for an interview he thinks is for radio but is actually for TV, which freaks him out a bit - "Are you lying? I gotta change this f**king top, man." Dana and some execs quickly talk over Tim Means KOing himself in the sauna, then Nick The Tooth is back to lick the famous Seattle gum wall and eat a chocolate-covered jalapeno.

A little bit of Jon Jones-Dana interaction leads to a few segments during the actual UFC 155 event, mostly focusing on B.J. Penn and Nate Diaz. Diaz is telling everyone that he couldn't see due to a shot to the eye, but he didn't mention it to any of his cornermen until the fight was over despite suffering the injury in the first round. Finally, Rob Dyrdek gives his pick for the UFC 155 main event bout between Junior dos Santos and Cain Velasquez.

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