Found March 01, 2013 on
Watch the live UFC on FUEL TV 8 weigh-in on Friday at 11/8pm PT/ET.
Wanderlei Talks Old Fights
Dana White UFC on Fuel Video Blog
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UFC President Dana White might be fine with Gina Carano pursuing a career in Hollywood, but don’t expect for White to endorse Ronda Rousey (Pictured) if she decides to take her talents to the silver screen.
While Rousey only has one UFC fight under her championship belt, rumors have already been swirling that the bantamweight queen is destined for bigger things than the Octagon...
UFC president Dana White’s (pictured) newest video blog is a tad tardy, but we’ll cut him some slack considering it’s the Octagon’s third show in as many weeks. Also, he’s coming off a hectic several days promoting Ronda Rousey’s heavily hyped big league debut.
Speaking of UFC 157, White’s latest vlog provides behind-the-scenes footage of last Saturday’s pay-per-view...
Ronda Rousey’s UFC debut couldn’t have gone any better. As a matter of a fact, it may have gone to good. A new report says that Rousey could be following in the path of Gina Carano and head to Hollywood, leaving the UFC with a big hole to fill.
Are you like me? Did you fork over a hearty amount of loot to watch UFC 157 live on pay-per-view last Saturday night? Well whether you did or you didn't, do yourself a big favor and get the behind the scenes action for free in this post.
That's right ladies and gentleman. It's time for Dana White's first UFC on Fuel TV 8 vlog. Which means one thing - this vlog will...
Dana White’s UFC on FUEL TV 8 Vlog is a Behind the scenes look at UFC 157.
Great behind the scenes look at the historic UFC 157. Wish the boss would come out with multiple blogs per fight though. Shout out to Intravid for the find.
UFC 157 payroll
That awkward moment when the hug isn’t for you
Dana White sits down with UFC Tonight hosts Chael Sonnen and Kenny Florian. Biggest take away from this interview is the possibility of a super fight between Jon Jones and Anderson Silva at Madison Square Garden for the anniversary event. A bunch of things have to fall into place for this to happen but we all know if Dana wants something he will do all he can to make it so.
A rumor circulated on Tuesday that Ronda Rousey has been courted to play a role in the second installment of “The Hunger Games” movie trilogy. The report emanated from Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio and was publicized by MMA site Bloody Elbow.
When contacted by Larry Brown Sports over email Wednesday, Rousey’s manager Darin Harvey said he had no comment on the report...
UFC women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey has signed with top talent agency William Morris Endeavor. Ronda’s stock has risen remarkably after she convinced UFC president Dana White, who had previously been against women’s MMA in his company, to create a women’s division. It is obvious that Ronda will eventually end up on the big screen as she has already gotten an offer...
According to the California State Athletic Commission, 13,257 fans packed the Honda Center in Anaheim this past Saturday to witness “UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche.”
The watershed event garnered a live gate of $1,350,191.
Of the 13,257 folks in attendance, the CSAC reports 11,116 fans paid to enter the venue, while 2,141 people received complimentary tickets.
The official numbers...
Rashad Evans wanted to fight Shogun next but Dana White told UFC Tonight that a more likely fight would be Evans vs Dan Henderson. Both are coming off less than stellar performances but are still two of the best in the division. If both men show up at their full potential this could be a fantastic fight. The bout is not yet signed and no word on when it would take place.