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UFC's Dana White Addresses Concussions in MMA Fighting

A recent study from the University of Toronto revealed that mixed martial arts fighters are at higher risk of brain injuries than boxers or other martial arts practitioners. But UFC President Dana White says it’s still safer than other contact sports like football. In an interview with AMERICA with Jorge Ramos, White said, “No one said getting punched in the face was good for you.”

Be sure to catch the full interview on AMERICA with Jorge Ramos.

Credit: Johanna Usma and Alcione Gonzalez

UFC's Dana White Addresses Concussions in MMA Fighting

A recent study from the University of Toronto revealed that mixed martial arts fighters are at higher risk of brain injuries than boxers or other martial arts practitioners. But UFC President Dana White says it’s still safer than other contact sports like football. In an interview with AMERICA with Jorge Ramos, White said, “No one said getting punched in the face was good for you.”

Be sure to catch the full interview on AMERICA with Jorge Ramos.

Credit: Johanna Usma and Alcione Gonzalez

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