As per usual, following the UFC on Fuel TV 2 post-fight press conference in Stockholdm, Sweden, on Saturday, UFC president Dana White held court with the media for a few follow-up issues.
The UFC head honcho waxed on several topics, including whether or not the door is shut on Muhammad “King Mo” Lawal, the UFC’s move into Inida and it’s competition there, UFC drug testing, and more.
Check out the highlights of White’s media scrum, courtesy of our friends over at Whoa! TV…WARNING: Explicit Language
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