Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to review a card that no one watched, including me. We’ll talk about Rich Franklin’s future after losing to Cung Le, Thiago Silva’s sloppy performance, Dong Hyun Kim’s improvements, and THE FIREBALL KID BEING BACK! This podcast is just the appetizer for our UFC 154 preview, where Samer will spend 2 hours slurping Georges St. Pierre.
My review of UFC on Fuel TV 6, which featured a lot of long fights and a stunning main event.
My preview of UFC on Fuel TV 6, which no one will watch because it airs Saturday morning at 9 AM.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview UFC on Fuel TV 6 aka a card that no one is watching. Legit. No one is watching this card live because it airs at 9 am on the east coast and everyone will be hungover and sleeping. We’ll tell you why Cung Le has no chance against Rich Franklin, run down the rest of the mediocre card, and then end with a preview of next week’s podcast featuring Samer’s love for Georges St. Pierre.
A rightfully angry Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC on FX 4 and UFC 147. Samer is angry due to a technical screw up on my part that had us re-recording the first 30 minutes, which led to the worst 30 minutes in the shows history including Samer threatening me like Anderson Silva threatened Chael Sonnen. So if you want to skip the UFC on FX 4 review since you likely skipped the actual event anyway, no one will blame you. Things are smooth sailing once we get into UFC 147 though, except for the fact that only two fights mattered, but we spend plenty of time telling you why they mattered.
A review of UFC 147, which featured a great main event with a Brazilian legend, a big fight for a Brazilian heavyweight, and a bunch of soon to be irrelevant Brazilians.
A preview of this Saturday’s UFC 147 event, which you’re expected to pay money for even though it’s arguably the worst UFC PPV card in company history.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview two cards featuring a bunch of fighters that we’ve actually never heard of. We’ll look at this weekends UFC on FX 4 and UFC 147 events and try our best to provide useful insight. UFC on FX 4 is an above average FX card with a very good main event while UFC 147 is somehow a PPV that you’re expected to pay for. Like Wanderlei Silva, we give our best at breaking down the big fights, but when it comes to the other bouts, we just pick based on names.