My preview of UFC on Fuel TV 5, a card so good that if you don’t like it, don’t watch.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave for a meaningless show that became even more meaningless less than 12 hours after we recorded. We’ll preview this weekends UFC on Fuel TV 5 event, which has some decent fights but nothing that we’re too excited for. We actually just spend the majority of the time burying Dan Hardy. Then we’ll preview the now cancelled Strikeforce: Melendez vs. Healy card. Luckily we only spent about 5 minutes talking about the entire card so at least we didn’t waste too much time on something that isn’t happening.
Mark Radulich and Steve Cook join the Man Cave for a show that starts off on the right foot and then abruptly goes downhill. We’ll start by talking about this past weekends Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets game, which Cook and I had a partial bet on and Radulich attended live. We’ll talk a lot about Tim Tebow, so be prepared. Then we’ll discuss the rest of the NFL and fantasy football before going off on a ton of different topics.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort in a podcast that lasts way too long. We’ll spend a ton of time dissecting Jon Jones’ performance against Vitor Belfort and point out how he can still improve despite already being one of the best fighters in the world. Then we’ll take a look at the rest of the card including Demetrious Johnson’s outstanding performance and Michael Bisping’s typical performance. It’s been awhile since we’ve done a review event, so we made up for a lot of lost time.
My review of UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort, which was a good card but felt like it was lacking a little something.
My thoughts on the dreadful Carolina Panthers week three performance.
My preview of UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort, which is the first good UFC PPV card top to bottom since June.
Deshaun Sheppard joins the Man Cave to talk about the current state of rap music. We’ll review some of the big albums from this past year including Cruel Summer, Welcome To: Our House, and Life is Good. We’ll also talk about the current state of hip hop and how artists like Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj suck while young artists are getting too caught up in beef, which is leading to killings.