Dana White Clarifies Dominick Cruz Retirement Statement and Recaps UFC on Fuel TV 7


DanaWhite_UFC90Weigh_2010UFC president Dana White spoke with FUEL TV’s Gareth Davies after UFC On FUEL TV 7. White gave his thoughts on Renan Barao and Michael McDonald’s 4-round war, James Te Huna’s unreal comeback and clarified some dramatic Dominick Cruz news.

Check out Dana White’s interview below…

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