Host of “Girl on Guy” podcast, Aisha Tyler, talks with UFC President Dana White about his life growing up in Las Vegas, his move to Maine to graduate high school, street fighting, drinking, his move to Boston, working for a paving company, and working as a bellman.
White also recounts the time in 1993 when he and a group of friends watched the very first UFC event and how taking jiu-jitsu changed his perception of fighting. He talks about managing Tito Ortiz and Chuck Liddell and how it all led up to the point where he convinced the Fertitta brothers to purchase the UFC.
White then talks about the evolution of the UFC, their desire to really create a new sport with MMA and the creation of the unified rules. White also goes into his beef with Anonymous. All this and much much more. Diehard MMA fans have heard some of these stories before, but some of them you probably haven’t. This is a different look at the UFC leader.
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