Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC 170. We’ll talk about the biggest star in MMA, Ronda Rousey, and her improvements in the cage, the UFC trying to sell us a cup of coffee, and go on tangents about Assassin’s Creed 4 and Charles Barkley.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview this poorly promoted UFC 170 card featuring Ronda Rousey and Sara McMann. I’ll make a bold Take It To The Bank prediction while Samer will laugh at me and then we’ll talk about the rest of this card, which features a guy who worked a coffee shop and a strange wikipedia edit.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave for a somber episode as we look back at UFC 168. Recorded moments after Anderson Silva snapped his leg against Chris Weidman, we discuss our shock, disappoint, and sympathy for Silva while also trying to move the story forward. Plus we’ll rundown the rest of an otherwise great card.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview the final UFC card of the year. We’ll talk about whether or not Anderson Silva is mentally prepared for this fight, if Chris Weidman got lucky in the first fight, and discuss the terrible rivalry between Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate. Plus we’ll look at the rest of the UFC 168 card.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview the finale of a show neither of us watched. We’ll look at Nate Diaz vs. Gray Maynard in detail and then play “Where Are They Now?” with every single TUF winner in history before closing the show with quite possibly one of our funniest moments ever.
Thoughts on the half year in MMA.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at the most historic fight in MMA history. We’ll spend nearly an hour breaking down Ronda Rousey vs. Liz Carmouche, the impact of the fight, Women’s MMA in general, and, of course, BUYRATES! Then we’ll spend another hour talking about the rest of the card including why we enjoyed Lyoto Machida vs. Dan Henderson, Urijah Faber still being good, and Robbie Lawler’s surprising win. It’s quite possibly the longest podcast in Man Cave history. 1.8 MILLION BUYS!
My review of UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche, which was the most historic event in the historic history of history.