LAS VEGAS – Following Saturday’s UFC 167 event and the hotly contested headliner, UFC President Dana White took 45 minutes to discuss dozens of topics. Check out the video of the full media scrum.
UFC 167 took place at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena and marked the organization’s 20th anniversary show. However, the night’s hottest topic was welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre’s narrow split-decision victory over Johny Hendricks.
White discusses all aspects of the event, a potential St-Pierre vs. Hendricks rematch, his issues with the Nevada State Athletic Commission, potential returns for champs Jon Jones and Anthony Pettis, and a variety of other topics. With just a few commercial breaks, you can watch the full 45-minute video above.view original article >>
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