Samer Kadi and Mike Fagan join the Man Cave to discuss Fagan’s MMA Tournament of Bad, which is the best thing in MMA. We’ll basically make fun of all the silliness in MMA, which includes, but isn’t limited to; MMA Roasted, Dana White, the media, and the trolls. Make sure to vote in the MMA Tournament of Bad by clicking here.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview a UFC card that doesn’t suck. We’ll talk about Robbie Lawler getting a title shot in 2014, Johny Hendricks’ improvements, and praise Carlos Condit for being awesome. In fact, I add a HUGE stipulation to the Condit fight that will probably please most of you.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC 170. We’ll talk about the biggest star in MMA, Ronda Rousey, and her improvements in the cage, the UFC trying to sell us a cup of coffee, and go on tangents about Assassin’s Creed 4 and Charles Barkley.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview this poorly promoted UFC 170 card featuring Ronda Rousey and Sara McMann. I’ll make a bold Take It To The Bank prediction while Samer will laugh at me and then we’ll talk about the rest of this card, which features a guy who worked a coffee shop and a strange wikipedia edit.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC Fight Night 36, which featured another brilliant Lyoto Machida performance that stupid people weren’t impressed with, a solid “Jacare” performance, and a bunch of decisions. We actually spend more of this podcast working through our relationship problems and talking about hockey and soccer.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview this weekend’s UFC Fight Night 36 card featuring Lyoto Machida, “Jacare” Souza, and a bunch of other guys. We’ll talk about whether or not Gegard Mousasi is as good as advertised, debate on how Machida will win, and praise “Jacare” for being awesome. Plus, TAKE IT TO THE BANK predictions return.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC 169, which was the Super Bowl on MMA. We’ll talk about the early stoppage in Renan Barao vs. Urijah Faber, Jose Aldo turning in another Jose Aldo-like performance, the UFC’s lack of marketing, and the terrible commentary.