In this edition of Wasted Away In Wrestleville, Larry Csonka and I discuss very little wrestling. Instead we talk about my weekend trip to Casa De Csonka where we drank a lot, played drinking games, shot off fireworks, watched a lot of MMA, and more.
In this edition of Leave The Memories Alone, Samer Kadi and I discuss this past weekend’s UFC extravagenza, which Samer watched 0 seconds of. Plus, in our new greatest segment ever, we pitch our Dana White and Ronda Rousey TV show. Finally, we talk about our progress in Watch Dogs.
In this edition of Leave The Memories Alone, Samer Kadi and I discuss this weekend’s UFC 175; why we were excited for it and now are less excited and how the UFC marketing of the fight sucks. Plus, we talk about the “Pau Gasol to Oklahoma City Thunder” rumor and look back at Team USA being eliminated from the World Cup.
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 review UFC Fight Night 30. Really we’ll just discuss the awesomeness of Lyoto Machida (and the freshness he brings to the middleweight division) for 30 minutes, go off on a tangent about Tito Ortiz, and quickly run down the rest of the card that no one watched.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview UFC Fight Night 30, which features the middleweight debut of Lyoto Machida and not much else. We’ll ponder whether or not Mark Munoz stands a chance against Machida (nope) and then quickly preview the rest of the card.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC 163. We’ll spend about 30 minutes talking about the actual card, which wasn’t very good, and then an hour and a half going on 100 different tangents including how fighters can take their training to the next level, Brian Stann’s commentary debut, and a champion’s advantage.
Review of UFC 163: Aldo vs. Korean Zombie, which killed my passion for MMA.
Preview of UFC 163: Aldo vs. Korean Zombie, which is a two fight card and a bunch of stuff that should be on Facebook.