UFC President Dana White

Despite being tired and in a bad mood, UFC president Dana White, on his way to catching a flight form Brazil back to Las Vegas, stopped for a minute to give Fuel TV a “State of the UFC” address following UFC 147: Silva vs. Franklin II on Saturday night.

White touched on everything from what he sees as the future fix for judging and refereeing to what he thinks about Wanderlei Silva’s fighting future to Junior dos Santos vs. Cain Velasquez, and much more.

Check out Fuel TV’s UFC 147 post-fight interview with Dana White…

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