Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC 159, which was a pretty bad show. We’ll talk about all the reasons Jon Jones vs. Chael Sonnen was a bad fight that was never going to be competitive and anyone who thought it was going to be competitive isn’t very smart. Plus Samer rants about eye pokes and tries to out-knowledge me on Chuck Liddell, and we talk about whether or not Phil Davis is improving and Pat Healy’s big win.
My review of UFC 159: Jones vs. Sonnen, which was an average card with a predictable main event.
My preview of UFC 159: Jones vs. Sonnen, which features some good fights and a dreadfully uncompetitive main event.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview UFC 159. We’ll talk about the main event between Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen in no detail before playing “guess the main card” with Samer and assess whether or not a fighter’s performance has anything to do with how he looks at the weigh in.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to review two shows that no one watched. We’ll talk about why George Sotiropoulos might need to retire, how Roy Nelson is the best of the worst (or the worst of the best), and a how we didn’t remember who won all those TUF fight. Plus Samer tells a story about how he accidently beat up his friend and my dog joins the show. Yup. Both are much more interesting than any fight that took place this past weekend.
My review of The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale: Nelson vs. Mitrione, which was a good night of fights with a finale that fit the season.
My preview of The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale, which has some good fights because it features actual fighters and not the terrible guys who were on TUF this season.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview two shows that you probably didn’t know existed. First we’ll talk about UFC on FX: Sotiropoulos vs. Pearson, where half the card is filled with fighters we’ve never hard of, making for some excellent analysis. Then we’ll talk about TUF Finale: Carwin vs. Mitrione, which has a solid main card and that’s about it. Plus we’ll once again end with a weird conversation, which might become a weekly thing.