This week's show gives new meaning to 'punches in bunches' as MMA fighter Kevin Randleman tells us what he really feels about Tito Ortiz. Also joining the show TJ Dillashaw, 'Rowdy' Bec Rawlings and Soa Palelei.
Michael Johnson has a chance to prove himself against one of the more dangerous lightweights in the UFC while his opponent, Melvin Guillard, looks for his 21st career knockout. Watch them duke it out at Fight Night London on Saturday.
Two undefeated, up-and-coming welterweights are ready to go to war at Fight Night London. Will Omari Akhmedov be able to secure his 10th straight finish or will Gunnar Nelson's submission skills prevail? Tune in Saturday to find out at Fight Night London.
UFC president Dana White told reporters Friday that Carano still has four fights left on her old Strikeforce deal and he'd be more than happy to see her fight in the Octagon. But there aren't any plans for her to fight Ronda Rousey right now.
With Bryan on the road, Brendan and D.J. discuss the latest news in the UFC and Big Borwnâs trip to Costa Rica. Then, Bryan calls in from the road and the guys answer fan tweets.
Every week, actor/comedian Bryan Callen and UFC heavyweight Brendan Schaub open up their rolodex of fighters and celebrities and bring them to you. They share their unique perspective of the fight game and life in the only way they know how, uncut, unedited and just ridiculous.
Warning: This may the coolest podcast you have ever listened to; discussions may get a bit dirty, use foul language and be extremely funny. Listener discretion is advised.
Download the new episode on iTunes or listen below.
Forrest Griffin and Joanne Calderwood join UFC World podcast host Gareth A Davies in London, with TUF 1 winner offering advice to the strawweight fighter ahead of her time in the TUF house. Neil Seery talks about his dream call-up art UFC Fight Night London against Brad Pickett, and Luke Barnett insists he will replicate Rory MacDonald's performance against Demian Maia when he faces Mats Nilsson in London.
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) was banned last week in Nevada -- and likely most other places. But not everyone is pleased with what some feel is a positive step in the anti-drug movement for the UFC and MMA.
Tyson Griffin didn't appreciate Jon Jones saying that Daniel Cormier hasn't fought any top level competition so he voiced his opinion on Twitter, which then in turn prompted a response from the UFC light heavyweight champion