My review of UFC on Fuel TV 8, which was pretty dull until the last two fights.
My preview of UFC on Fuel TV 8, which would’ve been a PPV worthy card in 2012.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview the best card ever assembled on Fuel TV. We’ll give our love to Wanderlei Silva and then pick him to get destroyed by Brian Stann, wonder if the real Takanori Gomi is back, and look forward to Hector Lombard vs. Yushin Okami being boring. Plus I find my new favorite fighter on the preliminary card.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to review two shows that no one watched. We’ll talk about why George Sotiropoulos might need to retire, how Roy Nelson is the best of the worst (or the worst of the best), and a how we didn’t remember who won all those TUF fight. Plus Samer tells a story about how he accidently beat up his friend and my dog joins the show. Yup. Both are much more interesting than any fight that took place this past weekend.
My review of UFC on FX 6: Sotiropoulos vs. Pearson, which was a fun night of fighting even though no one watched or will remember tomorrow.
My preview of UFC on FX 6: Sotiropoulos vs. Pearson, which might be the worst UFC card of the year.
An irate Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to review UFC 149. Sort of. We’ll talk about Renan Barao and his performance against Urijah Faber, but in the middle of it we’ll bury Joe Rogan for harping too much on leg kicks, bury people for wanting their money back for this event, and bury the MMA media for taking themselves too serious. Then we spend 5 minutes on the rest of the card. If you love Samer Kadi’s off-topic rants, you’ll love this podcast. And if you hate them, then skip to 57 minutes in and listen to our live commentary during Cheick Kongo vs. Shawn Jordan, which I guarantee is better than anything that actually happened at UFC 149.
My review of UFC 149: Faber vs. Barao, an event so bad that it made Calgary fans forget about the Flames.
A preview of UFC 149: Faber vs. Barao, which was an awesome card when first announced, and is now a one fight card thanks to a ton of injuries.