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Dana White moshes to Rage

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The D-W V-B is back, yo! Who knows what amazing adventures Uncle Fester will take us on this week? Today’s trip included a slice of his kids’ lives as they get to surf and skateboard with famous X-Game celebs. Lucky little bastards.

Then it’s on to a Rage Against the Machine concert, where Dana positions himself just to the left of the moshpit. Well, it’s actually less of a moshpit and more of a Hispanic metalhead dog show as everyone prances around in a circle rather than really moshing it up. Does Dana get in on the action? What self-respecting head of a major sports organization wouldn’t???

9 COMMENTS
  • noiseless says:

    i’m not even pressing play on this one. oh god…

  • CAP says:

    He’s not lying when he says Rage is the best live band ever. I’m white. I don’t dance. But I was compelled to go apeshit at their show. Catch it if you can.

  • noiseless says:

    yeah they had a nice couple’a albums before zac went, and cornell fell into deep unknown waters with this audio enslavement concept. it made me sad.

    but the thought of dana “really rockin it” in a teenage mosh pit makes me even sadder. it’s like…i’m trying to like this douchebag for some reason, and feel bad for him. :(

  • epic says:

    Feel bad for? No. Jealous? Absolutely.

  • glassjawsh says:

    multi-millionaires can have all the private jets and box seats they want. because the best experience anyone can ever have at a show is a 45 dollar (for rage at least) gen ed ticket and about 3 hours of losing your mother fucking mind down front in the pit with about 1000 other crazies that know every word to every song

  • Redping says:

    noiseless, how can you hate on something you haven’t watched? Dana white is the man, I thought dancing with snoop dogg proved it, but this certainly does

  • noiseless says:

    redping, i’m not hating. but i guess i’m emoting on some sort of level..i still dare not to watch. not yet.

  • agentsmith says:

    I guess Dana sees no irony in the millionaire head of a corporation freaking out at the concert of a band that rails against corporations.  But then again, RATM is kinda self-contradictory anyway.

  • G Funk says:

    Looked like a marry-go-round.

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