The Dana White video blog has once again reared its head to give us a glimpse of the fight night happenings surrounding UFC 106. Mostly it’s a lot of DW wandering around, shaking hands, going back to the locker room and asking fighters if they’re ready to go (there’s only one right answer to that question), then congratulating the winners and consoling the losers afterwards. At the 6:55 mark Dana has an uncomfortable encounter with Tito Ortiz and Jenna Jameson, who insists, "He got robbed," even as White tries to avoid looking at her as best as he can. The whole conversation proves once again that Ortiz’s bitching and complaining never stops — it never even takes a breather. Josh Koscheck, as you might imagine, is less than sympathetic.
If all this bores you, just skip to the end to see Ariel Helwani get some extended camera time, this time wisely wearing a shirt not made out of bathrobe material. Chris Horodecki speaking up, plus an entertaining little fight, await you after the jump.
Recent WEC addition Chris Horodecki talks to MMA Fanhouse about why he signed with Zuffa’s little guy organization, and what he sees in his future now that he’s followed Shawn Tompkins to the Tapout training center. Everything’s going smoothly, but then Junie Browning just has to find a way to make the camera look his way. If this surprises you, you have only yourself to blame.
And finally, video from last weekend’s Josh Burkman-Brandon Melendez fight at Throwdown Showdown 5 in the glittering metropolis of Orem, Utah. It’s not quite expert camera work, but what do you expect?