As the kingpin of the UFC, Dana White has been all over the globe, "and while New York is great, I couldn't have lived in New York," he says. "I feel so fortunate to have had the opportunity and the experience of living in Boston. You meet real people in Boston; the people I met there are friends for life. And the city embraced me, too." When he comes home this weekend, he says he going to do "the same exact things that I always did. I have a whole itinerary planned out." He's not kidding — here it is:

1. Pizzeria Regina, North End
2. Mike's Pastries, North End
3. La Conti's, North End
4. UFC Fan Expo, Hynes Convention Center
5. UFC 118, Boston Garden

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