Way back in 2001 a young Hawaiian prize fighter by the name of BJ Penn decided to change the game of mixed martial arts by creating his own news website.
A lot has happened over the last seventeen years, but one thing that hasn’t changed is BJ Penn’s passion to keep fans up to date with the latest news from the mixed martial arts world.
At last month’s UFC 220 event in Boston, BJ Penn revolutionized the game once again by introducing “Play By Play Radio” on BJPENN.com.
The idea was simple, supply fans with a service which would allow them to stay updated to the fights with real time results without actually being parked in front of their televisions.
The launch of “Play By Play Radio” was nothing short of a huge success as tons of fans tuned in to listen as BJ, his brother Raegan and former UFC fighter Troy Mandaloniz called all of the exciting action.
The feedback we received from our listeners was great and prompted the decision to have the “Play By Play Radio” service available to fans for all of the UFC Fight Cards going forward.
Whether you’re stuck in traffic, need to mow your lawn, whatever the dilemma may be, “Play By Play Radio” was created to make sure you never miss any of the live UFC action.
This Sunday we will be back on the air for the “UFC Fight Night 126: Cerrone vs. Medeiros” card which takes place in Austin, Texas.
Hawaiian Yancy Medeiros is currently riding a three-fight win streak, his latest being a third-round TKO victory over Alex Oliveira at December’s UFC 218 event in Detroit.
Yancy’s spectacular scrap with Oliveira was given “Fight of the night” honors, marking his fifth career performance of the night award.
Meanwhile, Donald Cerrone will be looking to get back in the win column this after losing his last three fights in a row.
“Cowboy” was last seen in action this October where he suffered a first-round TKO loss to surging welterweight contender Darren Till.
In the co-main event of UFC Fight Night 126 heavyweights Derrick Lewis and Marcin Tybura will throw down with the winner getting one step closer to a shot at the title.
Be sure to tune in to “Play By Play Radio” this Sunday PENN Nation!