My MMA partner in crime Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview this Friday’s UFC on FX 2 show, which features a good main event and the debut of the flyweights. Plus we give the first ever geography lesson on the podcast and my dog Brandy makes a special appearance.
It’s more hockey talk as Matt Paligaru joins the Man Cave to talk about the NHL trade deadline, preview the final 20 games of the season, and give our picks for the end of the year award winners.
My best friend and hockey therapist Mike Brendle joins the Man Cave to talk about the NHL trade deadline, which was rather dead. As usual, I’ll rant about the Avalanche even though I’m happy with the team right now. Plus a little NASCAR talk and NBA All-Star game chat.
It was a long Saturday night as the UFC 144 main card was seven fights instead of the usual five. It was all worth it in the end though.
It’s the post-UFC podcast with my unofficial official co-host Samer Kadi. We’ll recap UFC 144 featuring an awesome main event between Ben Henderson and Frankie Edgar, a uninspired performance by Quinton Jackson, and some awesome moments from Hatsu Hioki, Tim Boetsch, and Anthony Pettis. Plus we have the debut of a new segment as we do live commentary during Mark Hunt vs. Cheick Kongo.
There’s a UFC show this weekend, it’s in Japan, and it’s four hours long. We’re in for a great night of fighting or a long night of dullness.
My thoughts on Avs GM Greg Sherman and his trading trigger finger.
The unofficial official co-host Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave along with special guest Sean Comer to review UFC Undisputed 3. We’ll talk about what we like about the game, what we dislike, how the game can be improved, and more. Plus a tangent about Brittney Palmer’s Playboy issue and “the mystery” of women.
My best friend Mike Brendle joins the Man Cave to talk about the NHL Trade Deadline. We’ll discuss the recent trade made by the Colorado Avalanche, what else could be in store for the team, and other moves that could be made on Monday. Plus Mike gives us 10 seconds of NASCAR.
There’s a UFC show this Saturday and judging by the promos, you’d never know it was in Japan.