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So, what's a day in the life of two billionaires like?

Us common folk probably wouldn't know, which is why our fiscal friends over at Bloomberg are sharing a behind-the-scenes look at Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta, the money behind Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and Station Casinos, both based out of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Also known as the "Blood Brothers."

Each Fertitta controls a fortune worth at least $1 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. In addition to their company stakes, they own real estate, art and four jet planes... The brothers not only work together; they work out together. Six mornings a week, at a 4,000-square-foot (370- square-meter) gym underneath the Station Casinos corporate offices 10 miles (16 kilometers) west of the Las Vegas Strip, they spend two hours lifting weights, jumping rope and hitting heavy bags.

After the jump, Bloomberg chats with the tandem about the revenue at Station Casinos, the one thing their dad asked them not to do and of course, how they work out their differences without coming to blows.

Check it out.

For more on the Fertitta brothers and the UFC click here.