UFC PRESIDENT DANA WHITE DISCUSSES SCOTT COKER, JON JONES, JOSE ALDO AND MORE ON AXS TV’S ‘INSIDE MMA’

Jun 25, 2014
(PRESS RELEASE) -- LOS ANGELES – UFC President Dana White joined AXS TV’s INSIDE MMA tonight for an exclusive interview with series host Bas Rutten from the UFC headquarters in Las Vegas. During the interview, White discussed a number of topics including Bellator hiring Scott Coker and performance enhancing drugs in the UFC. He also responded to comments from UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo and UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.

Watch White’s interview from tonight’s episode here:



Back at INSIDE MMA’s Los Angeles studio, UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks filled in for Rutten as guest host alongside series host Kenny Rice. In the following clip, Hendricks and Rutten each break down the current state of the UFC welterweight division:



ABOUT INSIDE MMA Inside MMA is mixed martial arts’ longest running and only independent weekly television news show. Every Friday LIVE at 9pE/6pP. PT, Kenny Rice and four-time world champion Bas Rutten interview MMA’s top names and break down highlights from the biggest fights while correspondent Ron Kruck provides on-site coverage from major events and in-depth reporting on the most interesting stories in the sport.

ABOUT AXS TV Launched in July 2012 by visionary entrepreneur Mark Cuban, AXS TV is dedicated to providing the best in music programming and festivals, comedy performances, current events and mixed martial arts promotions. AXS TV is a partnership between Mark Cuban, AEG, Ryan Seacrest Media, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and CBS. The network is available in the United States via AT&T U-verse, Charter, Comcast/Xfinity, DIRECTV, DISH, Suddenlink, Verizon FiOS, and other cable, satellite and telco providers. The network is also distributed in Canada and the Caribbean. For more information, visit the website, www.axs.tv; go to the Facebook page here and follow the company on Twitter, @axstv; on Instagram; Tumblr and YouTube.

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