UFC President Dana White Joins Karyn Bryant + Kenny Florian on FS1’s TUF Talk

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UFC President Dana White stopped by the FS1 TUF Talk set to talk with Karyn Bryant and Kenny Florian about how TUF 24 is unfolding. He also gives some hints on what may be in store for the next season of the long running The Ultimate Fighter franchise.

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261 Comments on "UFC President Dana White Joins Karyn Bryant + Kenny Florian on FS1’s TUF Talk"

  1. Flyweight is terrible for a single simple reason. How many elite athletes in the world are at their best weighing 125lbs. Sure there are a few like MM who thrive at such a weight, but most guys in the division can barely make the weight simply because it is unnatural. 95% of adult males would not be anywhere near 125lbs at their athletic best.

  2. Flyweight is terrible for a single simple reason. How many elite athletes in the world are at their best weighing 125lbs. Sure there are a few like MM who thrive at such a weight, but most guys in the division can barely make the weight simply because it is unnatural. 95% of adult males would not be anywhere near 125lbs at their athletic best.

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