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 28. We’ll talk about Glover Teixeira’s performance and why you shouldn’t believe the hype, “Jacare” Souza’s all-around awesomeness, and the rest of the card. Plus some talk about Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez at the end.
Review of UFC Fight Night 28, which delivered three first round finishes in the fights that mattered.
Preview of UFC Fight Night 28, which is the third card in a week but still has a few good fights.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview our third UFC event in a week; UFC Fight Night 28. We’ll talk about the fall of the light heavyweight division, remind you that Ryan Bader lost to Tito Ortiz, and run down the rest of the card.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave for a look back at UFC on FX 8. We’ll talk about Vitor Belfort’s awesome spinning heel kick, his obsession with dinosaurs, and a potential title fight. And, of course, TRT. Plus we’ll talk about “Jacare” Souza’s awesomeness and why the lightweight division never moves.
Thoughts on UFC on FX 8, which ended up being a very good night for Brazilian fighters.
My thoughts on UFC on FX 8, which is a slightly above average UFC card.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview UFC on FX 8, which features a potential #1 contender’s fight in the middleweight division, a very good lightweight fight, and a fighter we both love. In other words, if we’re talking about just the main card, it’s an above average card. Plus Samer breaks the news to me that Nick Diaz is thinking of starting his own MMA promotion.