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Dana White’s UFC 144 Video Blog Number Two From the Land of the Rising Sun

(“TRX is a workout thingy? I thought it was a rap group.”)

In spite of the fact that it was mostly made up of clips from this week’s pre-fight presser, Dana’s second UFC 144 vlog was pretty entertaining.

(Video courtesy of YouTube/UFC)

Some highlights for those of you who can’t watch at work:

• ‘Rampage’s‘ kids talk smack about him in Japanese behind his back because they know he can’t understand what they’re saying

• Quinton won’t say how heavy he is a few days out from the fight

• Japanese reporters think it’s okay to ask Dana if he’s gotten fat

• Dana doesn’t pull the credentials of Japanese reporters who call him fat; in fact he thanks them for coming to the presser and for pointing out that he’s now a heavyweight

• PRIDE is the only promotion other than the UFC that Dan has ever respected

• ’Sexyama‘ is starting a new trend with his boyscout-inspired vest

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Sopapo- February 25, 2012 at 11:09 am
that helwani joke made me lol. This interview is going to be 30 minutes but because of the time difference it will feel like 10. hahah funny kid
The12ozCurls- February 24, 2012 at 1:00 pm
Fucking lard-asses are disgusting -- except your mom Mister Toad. Any woman that can suck-start a leaf blower is okay in my book.
omunto- February 24, 2012 at 10:52 am
It should be. Fat people a gross.
Mister Toad- February 24, 2012 at 10:18 am
In Japanese culture it's perfectly okay to mention a person's weight or any part of their physical appearance to their face in public. Especially if it's a gaijin.

Also, being fat in Japanese culture isn't as much of an embarassing black mark on your humanity as it is in North America.