Starring none other than Dana White in his big buildup to a boxing match that never happened (or ever had any hope of ever happening) with Tito Ortiz. It's been a number of years since I've seen it but I've still got a pretty clear memory on it's content. The whole purpose of the documentary is to highlight how much of a badass uncle Fester is. How he's a fighter at heart, came up from the streets of Boston, ect. Getting so deeply involved with one of your own fighters that you'd seriously contemplate fighting them is one thing, but basing an entire documentary around yourself and still airing it after said boxing match has been called off is a level of egotism & megalomania that even Vince McMahon would shake his head at. By the way, who the fuck is Peter Welch? Literally the only time I ever see him referenced is in relation to Dana White/MMA. Has he ever trained a single boxer of note, or is he just one of those guys that MMA fighters hire because they're too cheap/intimidated to work with a real trainer?