If you thought you knew UFC President Dana White, think again.
Even after over a decade as head-honcho of the world's premier mixed martial arts (MMA) organization, there are still some stones that are unturned when it comes to White.
Granted, not everything he says or does needs to be public knowledge, but White has said time and time again over the years that he will answer any questions thrown his way with honesty.
Unfortunately, that willingness to be open can play against him, as on Tuesday's (May 21, 2013) edition of FUEL TV's "UFC Tonight," the UFC boss conducted what he called his "most embarrassing interview ever" with hosts Chael Sonnen and Kenny Florian.
In the interview, White discusses his favorite sport besides MMA, his favorite show currently on television, the best thing about being UFC president, what songs he has on his iPod that he doesn't want people to know about and much more.
The highlight of the interview, though, was White sharing what he considered the most valuable piece of advice ever given to him from UFC co-owner Frank Fertitta.
"The best advice I was ever given actually came from Frank Fertitta," White explained. "When we got in this business and we started, you know, all the things from the reality to all the other things -- Frank has always said to me, he said, ‘Listen, brother. I love who you are, I love the way you do things and be yourself. Be yourself and don't worry what anybody else thinks.' And that's the best piece of advice I've ever had."
Watch the complete video of White's "most embarrassing interview ever" embedded above.