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Dana White UFC on Fuel TV 7 Video Blog: Episode 1

Sean SmithAnalyst IFebruary 11, 2013

After a one-week break in action, the UFC returns Saturday for UFC on Fuel TV 7, which will be held at Wembley Arena in London, England.

As he does in the lead-up to every event, UFC president Dana White posted one of what will likely be two video blogs. The first video blog usually documents the previous event, as it did in this case, and a second video blog posted later in the week often follows the current event's fighters through their preparations. 

In the first pre-UFC on Fuel TV 7 video blog, White provided a behind-the-scenes look at UFC 156, which was one of the most highly anticipated pay-per-view events in recent memory.

Many of the event's competitors are shown reacting immediately after their fights in the above video.

White's video blog also shows Chuck Liddell cageside, pulling for flyweight Ian McCall, who ended up losing to Joseph Benavidez at UFC 156. Though he won, Benavidez suffered a cut near his hairline, which was also shown in the video. 

Fighters like Alistair Overeem and Rashad Evans were also shown warming up in the locker rooms, while Antonio Silva's corner was highlighted immediately after his huge upset win against Overeem.

The video blog ended with Frankie Edgar receiving medical attention for the facial cuts he suffered during his loss to featherweight champion Jose Aldo. Edgar needed stitches on his right eyelid among other treatment.

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