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Watch Dana White go off in response to the fighter cut-a-thon that went down this week in the UFC

Watch Dana White go off in response to the fighter cut-a-thon that went down this week in the UFC

I have to admit this article should have been up over an hour ago, but during my first viewing of this 15 minute long rant by Dana White about the Jon Fitch and 15 other fighter cut-a-thon the UFC went on early this week, my brain blocked out everything but the f-bombs Dana was spewing. It was like all I heard was ‘f-word expletive!’ and everything else he said sounded like the teacher on the Charlie Brown movies: ‘waa-waa-wa-waaa-wa’  I have no idea how to spell that sound and in this case I’m pretty sure it will leave Ted Malakhov stumped too, so he can’t tweet at me like a grammar spelling nazi spider monkey on Twitter for that one. Whew-relief.

Instead of listening to Dana’s rant I found myself semi-hypnotized by all the f-bombs and spent the rest of the time just counting them. Admittedly, I only half-counted though, because I stopped at 33 at about the 12 minute mark. My attention span just doesn’t last that long unless we’re discussing something heavenly, like caramel covered pudding pie or cashmere knee socks or spinning backfist knockouts. So after re-watching and ignoring Dana’s f-bombs I realized he ranted and raged about the recent cuts for 15 straight awesome minutes that you all need to watch.

Dana even threw out a foreboding warning message that ‘all the blood has still not been spilled’ in terms of more cuts to be made. With about 100 guys or so over the UFC intended roster limit that could mean loads more unfortunate cuts in the coming months. And loads more angry tirades directed at the big man in the UFC from fighter’s fans via twitter and all the various social media mediums. According to this clip, he’s ready to take the blame though-check it out. [Source]

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