Most of the world is still under quarantine because of the deadly COVID-19 virus sweeping the globe. And while some people are enjoying their time at home, most are eager to get back to their normal routines of going to work, school or just being able to visit friends and family on a regular basis.
Sure, being on lockdown is the pits, but it’s a small price to pay to keep your and your family safe and healthy. But, if you live in a mansion equipped with an indoor basketball court, gym, arcade and state-of-the art outdoor pool, it helps tremendously from going stir crazy.
And that’s just how Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President, Dana White, has been spending his time under house arrest, taking Haute TV on a tour of his palatial estate in Las Vegas, Nevada, to reveal what he’s been doing to keep himself busy.
When he’s not perfecting his jump shot on his Boston Celtics-inspired basketball court, he’s sharpening his gaming skills in his very own arcade room, getting a sweat going in his private gym or doing some laps in his uniquely-designed swimming pool.
But before White plays with all his toys, UFC’s head honcho says his first item on his to-do list every morning is working hard with his team checking on his fighters and employees, as well making sure everything is running smooth for the promotion’s much-anticipated UFC 249 event on May 9, 2020.
That pay-per-view (PPV) card will be the first of three events scheduled to go down inside VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Fla., all in the span of just eight days.
As for my quarantine routine, I’ve watched “Trolls World Tour” 67 times with my daughters, finally binge-watched “The Sopranos” and have been doing all the home repairs and updates I’ve been putting off for months.
What about you?