We have all seen them; they are an essential part of any pre-fight build-up. Dana White’s interviews—particularly with Ariel Helwani—are almost always compelling.
The UFC’s head honcho speaks on a number of different issues, both relevant and orthogonal; he quashes controversy, yells about various individuals in positions of power, discusses future matchups, etc.
In a nutshell, Dana White is wonderfully candid and engaging.
However, when you watch enough of his interviews, you begin to pick up on certain habits and clichés he has come to unconsciously exhibit.
Consider this a light-hearted piece on some of the aforementioned habits and the occasional verbal missteps, as a modest remedy to the funereal atmosphere that has descended on the MMA community over the past few days.
So without any further delay, I present to you the top five Dana White interview clichés.