Colby Covington is back to discuss his ongoing battle with the UFC brass that began following the promotions decision to snub ”Chaos” the next title shot against longtime arch-nemesis Tyron Woodley. Pulling no punches as the per the norm with Covington, we’ll go in depth and give him the floor to speak on the situation.
TJ Dillashaw returns to preview his showdown this weekend against Henry Cejudo in Brooklyn as he attempts to further cement his legacy as the P4P best and capture a second title. We’ll get an update on the weight cut down to 125, hear how TJ is approaching the matchup against Cejudo, and his plan to pursue a third title on a quest for glory.
Bobby Moffett joins us to recap his successful UFC debut back in November against Chas Skelly, and discuss the controversy surrounding the stoppage. We’ll also get “The Wolfman’s” thoughts on the division, who he has on his radar for a sophomore outing with the promotion, and how he stacks up against the elite at featherweight.
Dominick Reyes returns to get ‘schwifty’ and discuss his next challenge on the road towards the title as he is set to face Volkan Oezdemir on March 16th in London. Still undefeated in his campaign for gold, Reyes is beyond excited to put on a show for the UK fans and prove why he is the biggest threat to current champ Jon Jones, and we’ll cover it all.
Jorge Masvidal closes out this episode in typical “Gamebred” fashion and addresses all the questions MMA fans have regarding his return. His disappointment of a potential scrap for the ages against Nick Diaz falling through, the difficulties of finding a matchup after a year away from competition, and the potential matchup with Darren Till, we’ll cover the gambit. While Masvidal is excited about fighting Till in his back yard and thriving in yet another hostile environment, Jorge remains skeptical until he sees a signed contract.
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