Dana White video blog for UFC on FOX 3: 'Diaz vs Miller' (Episode 1)

It's fight week, folks, and that means it's also blog week.

UFC President Dana White is up to his old tricks, releasing behind-the-scenes videos to help promote an upcoming fight card. In this instance, we're just days away from the UFC on FOX 3: "Diaz vs. Miller" event set for Sat., May 5, 2012, at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Instead of putting out a video that has anything to do with that event, though, White has something different for this first video blog of the week.

In it, White spends nearly four minutes doing running commentary of Urijah Faber posing in front of a window at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) gym in Las Vegas, Nevada, while he eats and talks on the phone.

Yes, it's four minutes of White poking fun at "The California Kid" for constantly having his shirt off and checking on how good he looks while doing something as simple as chatting on a cell phone. This is the UFC folks ... as real as it gets.

Promises were made for two more video blogs, so stay tuned for more compelling footage that probably has nothing to do with UFC on FOX 3. For all the information you need to stay up to date on that event anyway, make sure to hit up our complete event archive right here.

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