Show Based On Dana White’s “F*ck It Friday” Series Could Be Headed To Food Network

Dana White's social media video series may be going primetime.

Dana White
(via Dana White's Twitter)

UFC President Dana White could be on the verge of scoring a show on Food Network.

Adam Stern of Sports Business Journal is reporting that White and Food Network are in talks for a show that would be based on the “F*ck It Friday” series.

“Dana White is in talks with Food Network to do a TV show based on his ‘F*ck It Friday’ social media series where he eats strange concoctions of food.”

In the series, Dana tries out various combinations of food to determine which ones are winners and which belong in the trash bin. The series has taken off and it looks like television networks have taken notice.

Dana White Speaks On “F*ck It Friday”

Dana White recently shared some thoughts on the “F*ck It Friday” series and it sounds like he’s having a blast with it.

‘This thing has completely blown up and it’s doing 3-4 million views every episode. It’s one of the most fun things I do.”

Of course, Dana has been quite busy as of late with the UFC. This Saturday night (Feb. 26), UFC Vegas 49 takes place inside the UFC Apex. In the main event, Islam Makhachev will collide with Bobby Green.

Also on tap is UFC 272, which will be headlined by a grudge match between Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal. The card will also feature Rafael dos Anjos vs. Rafael Fiziev, Edson Barboza vs. Bryce Mitchell, and Kevin Holland vs. Alex Oliveira.

The grind never stops for Dana White, even on “F*ck It Friday.”

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