UFC President Dana White has recently disclosed a brand new exercise machine that has been in the works for a couple of years now. Tucker Carlson paid a visit to the UFC’s headquarters regarding a FOX News documentary on White and his company. Apart from various artifacts in his office, the UFC president also showed Carlson a machine that will seemingly help fighters train without needing anyone to hold pads.
Dana White shares details of the machine
It has been noted that the machine has pads for punches, kicks, and even mid-section knees with a screen at the center. As per White, when developed, the machine will have someone on the screen to guide fighters through the pad workout. The 53-year-old told Carlson:
“So that’s something we’ve been working on and developing. So you know, when you workout in the sport [demonstrates punches], you gotta get somebody to hold the pads for you. So we’re trying to figure out a way where these guys don’t need somebody to hold the pads. And you put on a guy in here [on the screen] telling you what to throw and what to do, kind of a workout. We’ve been developing this thing for a couple of years.”
He was further asked about his progress so far and here is what White said:
“It’s coming together.”
White also recently spoke about his life expectancy. While none can predict the time of death, 10X Health Systems has found a way to circumvent this limitation. In a recent appearance on episode 200 of The Action Junkeez Podcast, White revealed that Gary Brecka of 10X Health System gave him 10.4 years to live after analyzing the 53-year-old’s blood.