Solid pair of interviews featuring some talk about the GGG fight and UFC 210.
UFC London is coming your way this weekend and we’ve got a full breakdown of the action.
Wow. 100 episodes. Over 140 hours of content over the past three years. This thing has come a long way since its humble beginnings and the guests in this episode are the people to thank.
Only one show left before our celebratory 100th episode, but we’re not taking any weeks off! We’re coming in hot with three great interviews that you’re sure to enjoy.
This week, we were joined by recurring guests Jimmie Rivera and Andre Soukhamthath. Plus, top prospect Jack McGann makes his podcast debut.
I traveled to LA for a special edition of Coast To Coast w/my friend Kevin. Well, sort of…
Nothing better – whether we’re talking MMA or not – than a person acting like they know more about a topic than they actually do. I can excuse stupidity. But false bravado is a different thing altogether.
Admittedly, this is a bit of an homage to my old days as a hip hop blogger. It’s been a while since I’ve flexed those muscles, so bare with me.
This week, a conversation with Matt Bessette, a remastered/rereleased interview with Justin Wren, and a little Monica action on the introduction.
UFC Fight Night 104 takes place tonight, February 4, 2017, at Toyota Center in Houston, Texas featuring the highly anticipated return of The Korean Zombie.
This post is more of a feeler to gauge people’s interest in purchasing. The pricing comes down to the quantity ordered so the more people you can convince, the cheaper it’ll be.
With McGregor’s meteoric rise came a brand new role to be played; a niche carved out by one man but sought after by many. Now, more than ever, fighters are calling for “big money fights”.
So this was a long one. But it was also pretty light on the MMA, so the variety should hold your interest.
The Barstool Sports Rundown debuts on Comedy Central tonight at 12:00 midnight. A ‘social media takeover’ is set to take place at 9pm ET, in which Barstool is urging people to tweet using #BarstoolRundown and tag @comedycentral.
I’m proud of what we’ve created. And part of that pride stems from the fact that we’ve done it with such a small team. But the time for growth is now. And we’re determined to do this the right way.
It’s been a little while since we did a multi-guest episode like this, but we’re coming out of the gate with a powerful lineup.
Spoiler Alert: Despite a height and weight advantage… things did not go very well for Intern Robbie.
After nearly a decade of regularly reading Barstool Sports and religiously following MMA, my two worlds are finally coming together.
This week, we sat down for a nice chat with UFC Strawweight Cortney Casey.
It’s a new year and we’re back with a brand new episode of The MMA Mad Podcast. Kicking things off with a brief State of the Union, MMA talk w/Matteo Urella & a recap of The Bachelor w/Monica.
Conor McGregor has had a groundbreaking year. Well… when is this not true? Even still, 2016 stood out from the rest, and although I have no doubt McGregor will continue to flourish, this is going to be a pretty hard year to top. At least from a historic perspective.
Admittedly, this was the toughest winner for me to pick this year. Each and every award comes with a pair of “Honorable Mentions” in the footnotes. However, the two fights mentioned below have the most significance, because they could have easily been winners themselves. This was a close race.
Simply put, it’s hard to argue against the significance of the UFC’s New York City debut. Even if the card was a stinker, it would likely be my Event of the Year. The fact that it delivered on the hype is simply the cherry on top of a delicious, delicious sundae.
Heading into the final event of the calendar year, there were still an award or two on the table. There was always a chance of some wild submission or knockout. Fight of the Year is always an option, as well. But there was one outcome that I was particularly interested in concerning my 2016 Fighter of the Year.
It’s easy to rewrite history. As things change, we often forget the circumstances surrounding past events. But make no mistake, when Woodley starched Lawler at UFC 201, it was a shocking result. And for that, he gets my Knockout of the Year.
These awards always come down to one essential question. What do you put more emphasis on? The technical skill of a submission or the overall impact of the moment?
Although we still have one major event remaining on the 2016 calendar, there is no outcome that could top the underdog performance by Michael Bisping at UFC 199.
It’s the final episode of the year and we’re going out with a bang. The highly anticipated Coast To Coast and Outside The Bubble crossover has arrived.