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UFC Magazine Review: UFC 100 and Beyond With Dana White

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 08:  TV Personality Joe Rogan and UFC president Dana White pose in the press room during the 4th Annual Spike TV 2006 Video Game Awards held at The Galen Center on December 8, 2006 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Spike TV)
Margus LCorrespondent IJune 7, 2016

When I first heard about UFC Magazine coming out, I was full of joy - hoping for another field day coming under my previous alias "Danas Lil Slave". Well, as proven in my previous article by Uncle Joe: some things are better in imagination than in reality.

And reality can hit you like a sledgehammer when you hold it in your hand (you can ask Michael Bisping why training with a sledgehammer on TUF can be a bad idea). Perhaps it was pure genious in Dana White's part to make UFC Magazine cover so absurd that it killed my funnybone for at least 2 weeks, only thing I could say about the cover was: "Really?!?"

That said, the magazine itself was quite well done inside - all the ads are given in today's magazines (that's why I don't read 'em anymore) - but you could definitely pick up some useful information you can not find anywhere else. For example, best part in the magazine for sure is Brock Lesnar quote about his eating habits:

"I have some friends in the cattle business in South Dakota. You go out there, find one you want, shoot that fucker right in the head and drag it to The Butcher shop."

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