Today’s edition of MMARecap’s Morning Commute is a big one. There’s the folding of Strikeforce after one last big show, which talent will be brought over, quotes from Daniel Cormier about his career versus Jon Jones, Thiago Silva stating he wasted three years of his life at ATT, and Dana White dropping hints about a possible venue for a superfight between Anderson Silva and Georges St-Pierre. All that plus November 9th is a crazy day for one Shonie “Mr. International” Carter having fought three times through out the course of his career on November 9ths. So listen in the player below or download it for your listening pleasure at a later date.
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Today’s Morning Commute features all the fallout from the announcement of Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen as coaches on The Ultimate Fighter as well as quotes from the conference call. Additionally this day in history takes us back to 2002 with WEC 5 which featured a lot of up and coming talent. So sit back, listen to it in the player below, or download it for later listening.
Today’s edition of MMARecap’s Morning Commute deals with Jones vs Sonnen as coaches of The Ultimate Fighter, Anthony Pettis injury update, Glover Teixeira thinks the fight was stopped early and more. This day’s history lesson we go back to WEC 8 back in 2003. Sit back and listen using the player below or download it to your favorite mp3 player to listen on your car ride.
If you thought yesterday’s history lesson was a good one, wait until you hear today’s. In addition we have updates on Jon Jones’s injury, Big Nog’s decision not to tap, Anderson Silva’s focus after Stephan Bonnar, Bonnar’s game plan and what’s going to happen if his wife goes into labor while he’s fighting and more. Use the player below or download the mp3 for later listening.
Today’s edition of MMARecap’s Morning Commute features weigh in issues at Bellator 75 and UFC on FX, Gonzaga without an opponent for UFC 153, Anderson Silva’s thoughts on a Jon Jones fight, and an update on Duane Ludwig. All that and the history lesson of the day. Use the player below or download it to your favorite mp3 player.
It’s hard to believe it is October already. The weekend’s top stories include Bellator 74, UFC on Fuel TV 5, Dana White and Jon Jones squashing their beef and the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix winner Daniel Cormier is still searching for an opponent. All this, plus your history lesson for the day.
Today is Friday September 28th and the start of Bellator, but sadly no Bellator news to report in today’s Morning Commute podcast. However there is some good injury news updates on both Jon Jones and Shane Carwin, Lyoto Machida acting weird and calling out Georges St-Pierre and Clay Guida dropping to featherweight. Give it a listen or download it for your commute into work.
Today’s edition of the Morning Commute has a variety of stories including quotes from Anderson Silva, an analysis of the top drawing fighters on the UFC roster, World Series of Fighting news, Strikeforce fighters getting paid and more. The real gem comes from our history lesson as it features a little known card Art of War 14 held in China. Give it a listen using the player below or download it to your iPod.
Today’s edition of the Morning Commute features more of the fallout from UFC 152 including medical suspensions and quotes from Jon Jones. Additionally more details are emerging about the cancelation of the Strikeforce: Melendez vs Healy and things are heating up between Bjorn Rebney and Dana White. All this and your history lesson for the day.
Jon Jones retains his title with his fourth round submission over Vitor Belfort. The victory marks the eighth straight victory for Jones and fourth successful title defense. He is slowly creeping in on Tito Ortiz’s rein as it seems no one has the answer to stop Jones.
Cub Swanson finishes his third straight fight making a big name for himself in the featherweight division. Right now most people are talking about Jose Aldo and his fight against Frankie Edgar. Others were talking about Ricardo Lamas as he is arguably one of the top guys in the division. And even though Lamas has a victory over Swanson, it is hard to ignore what Swanson has done since earning either a knockout or technical knockout against his opponents.
The crowd booing during the Demetrious Johnson – Joseph Benavidez flyweight title fight. The fight was non-stop action from start to finish and was twenty-five minutes long. Rogan commentated how it seemed like Johnson was seeing everything before it happened and for most of the fight it was. Benavidez nearly finished after landing a big punch and jumped on with the guillotine choke, but Johnson escaped and the fight went on. How the crowd was booing that fight is beyond me. Even Dana White had something to say to those fans stating “Don’t ever buy another UFC card. I don’t want your money. You’re a moron, you don’t like fighting, you don’t appreciate great talent or heart, if you didn’t like that flyweight fight.”
Vitor Belfort almost became the UFC light heavyweight champion just minutes into his fight with Jones. After Jones took him down as part of his game plan, Belfort locked in an armbar that was extremely tight Jones’s elbow popped a bit. Belfort released the pressure just for a second after hearing the pop and that enabled Jones to escape the submission. The mma world would be completely abuzz in a different manner had Belfort actually broken the arm of Jones and walked away the victor.