For Dana White and Joe Rogan It’s About the Fight, Not the Hype


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There are those who believe that UFC president Dana White and broadcaster Joe Rogan are merely leading the sales pitch for the UFC. Fans connect with them, however, because they're hype is grounded in reality. Read More >> view original article >>

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