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Dana White, Florian and Griffin on Bobby D radio in Philly on Friday

UFC President Dana White will be a special guest on the Bobby D radio show in Philadelphia (WNJC 1360 AM - 5pm to 6pm ET) on Friday, August 7th to discuss Saturday’s big UFC 101 event at the Wachovia Center, as well as give away two tickets in his section to the event. Joining White on the show will be two of Saturday’s principal competitors, number one lightweight contender Kenny Florian and former UFC light heavyweight champ Forrest Griffin.
UFC President Dana White will be a special guest on the Bobby D radio show in Philadelphia (WNJC 1360 AM - 5pm to 6pm ET) on Friday, August 7th to discuss Saturday’s big UFC 101 event at the Wachovia Center, as well as give away two tickets in his section to the event. Joining White on the show will be two of Saturday’s principal competitors, number one lightweight contender Kenny Florian and former UFC light heavyweight champ Forrest Griffin.

White was scheduled to appear on the show on Wednesday, but was unable to, prompting an apology from the UFC boss.

“I want to make a public apology to Bobby D at WNJC 1360 AM,” said White. “I was supposed to go on his show today, but I missed it. I’m sorry and I want to make this up to him, so I will be on his show Friday, along with Kenny Florian and Forrest Griffin. Thanks for all your support in Philly, Bobby D, and I look forward to talking to you on Friday.”

The Bobby D show airs on Friday from 5pm to 6pm ET on WNJC 1360 AM.
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