Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC 165. We’ll talk about Jon Jones’ weak boxing, Alexander Gustafsson’s improved footwork, “the underdog effect,” and another poor effort from the commentary crew. Plus we’ll rundown the rest of the card and I’ll close the show by carving my path to the championship.
Review of UFC 165, which turned out to be way better than I thought it would be.
Preview of UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson, which is a decent card that has been terrible promoted.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to review UFC on Fuel TV 7. We’ll talk about Renan Barao’s performance and how fantastic is was despite his flaws, why the lighter weight classes get overlooked, if Dustin Poirier will ever improve, and how everyone on this card was destined to be part of some of the best match making ever.
My review of UFC on Fuel TV 7, which was an entertaining event despite the lack of finishes.
My preview of UFC on Fuel TV 7, which is a decent Fuel card that I thought was taking place last week.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave for our shortest show ever. We preview this weekend’s UFC on Fuel TV 7, which features Renan Barao vs. Michael McDonald and a bunch of other fights. We’ll quickly talk about all the fights and try to provide the best insight we can given our energy level.
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.