Lookin' for a fight?

Lookin' for a fight?

By Edward Carbajal

Photo:Edward Carbajal/Frontproof Media

Photo:Edward Carbajal/Frontproof Media

You will soon be able to find one on Netflix. Dana White is bringing his YouTube show “Dana White: Lookin' for a Fight” to Netflix according to a recent article on Bangor Daily News. The show focuses on White, traveling around America to different states in search of new Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) talent. It has been airing once a month on YouTube and has since been the recruiting platform that brought in Sage Northcutt and Mickey Gall who will be Phil “CM Punk” Brooks first opponent.

Netflix will be airing 16 episodes that show Dana White along with Matt Serra and Din Thomas looking for new UFC talent. It will also be the first time they go out to recruit talent outside of the United States.

They bought 16 episodes, eight in this country and eight out of the country. We’re going to be doing shows in Russia, Thailand, the [United Kingdom] and a bunch of other countries. We’re literally going to go everywhere.
— Dana White

The show does a good job of recruiting new talent but it also can be very entertaining outside of the cage. In recent episodes, they have gone bull riding, tried stand-up comedy in front of a live crowd, and tried camping out, something White was not a fan of.

Is “Dana White: Lookin' for a Fight” binge worthy? Let us know in the comments below.

 

Edward Carbajal is a contributing writer for MMA at Page2sports.com and Frontproof Media. You can follow Edward on Twitter @Carbazel or at his website TheBlogBoardJungle.com. Check out his podcast on Spreaker.

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