VIDEO: Dana White's UFC 130 Video Blog - Day 2

The second installment of Dana White's UFC 130 video blog is out and personally speaking, far more interesting than the first. In this edition, we see Dana White attend the shooting of a Bud Light commercial featuring UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, taking his son to Lion Fights, talking to various UFC fighters as part of the UFC Fighter Summit and a few other interesting tidbits. However, the most interesting look was behind the scenes just before the UFC 130 pre-fight press conference. There's also footage snuck in of Jones telling White he no longer needed surgery on his hand.

Stand backstage is Matt Hamill, Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson, Brian Stann, Frank Mir and Roy Nelson. It's both hack and naive to assume fighter squaring off against one another can't even be professional enough to stand in the same room together. Still, Mir and Nelson can't help but get along. It's as if they're incapable of disagreement. They discuss grappling gi or no-gi, being born and raised in Las Vegas and other polite pleasantries as if they shared a cubicle at work. Hamill and Rampage are slightly less talkative, but greet one another warmly and exchange smiled conversation. That's always fun to see.

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