UFC On Fox 3: Dana White Video Blog Number 2

ATLANTA, GA - FEBRUARY 16: UFC President Dana White speaks during a press conference promoting UFC 145: Jones v Evans at Philips Arena on February 16, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Earlier today UFC president Dana White put out a first video blog for UFC on Fox 3 that basically just showed him making fun of Urijah Faber. He said that he had already completed the usual first video blog that looks back on the last event, but the Faber stuff was too good and he wanted to get that out ASAP. Well instead of waiting until tomorrow for part two, he put it out today.

This blog starts out with Faber and Dominick Cruz giving their fight picks for UFC on Fox 3 (and the two trading barbs about two seconds into the thing), then goes back to UFC 145. Mark Hominick and Miguel Torres are shown after their losses, with Torres giving Michael McDonald some advice. Rashad Evans does a pretty funny Dana White impression while getting his hands wrapped. And there's a bunch of pre and post-fight coverage of Evans and Jon Jones, including former coach Greg Jackson shaking Rashad's hand while Jones was giving his victory interview.

Check out the whole thing after the jump.


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