Dana White is Heading to Boston: "I Don't Know How or What I'm Gonna Do, but I'm Going"
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http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- UFC President and former Boston resident, Dana White, talks to the press after UFC on FOX 7, and says he's headed back to Boston in a week to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. He also speaks on Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz and why he isn't really keen on talking about the tragedy in public.
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