MMA is the worst.
Samer Kadi and I are back talking MMA this week. First, we’ll look back on the epic King Mo vs. Rampage Jackson fight before getting into our UFC 210 preview. We’ll talk Anthony Johnson’s mental deficiencies, why Daniel Cormier needs to avoid a firefight, and ponder whether or not Ronda Rousey and Chris Weidman are the same person. Finally, we end with childhood memories of wrestling figure booking. What more could you ask for?
The real winners and losers from UFC 200.
A quick and easy preview of UFC 200.
It’s a mash-up edition of Leave The Memories Alone and Wrestling DVR as Samer Kadi and I review WCW Halloween Havoc 1995 featuring the greatest match in the history of wrestling, a predictable turn, and some other nonsense. Plus we’ll discuss getting paid to write about MMA, the Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier brawl, and the return of Anderson Silva.
In this edition of Leave The Memories Alone, Samer Kadi and I discuss the top two fights from UFC 173, the NBA Playoffs, and the upcoming UFC video game. Plus, we’ll create our own UFC video game and we promise it won’t suck.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to look back at UFC 170. We’ll talk about the biggest star in MMA, Ronda Rousey, and her improvements in the cage, the UFC trying to sell us a cup of coffee, and go on tangents about Assassin’s Creed 4 and Charles Barkley.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview this poorly promoted UFC 170 card featuring Ronda Rousey and Sara McMann. I’ll make a bold Take It To The Bank prediction while Samer will laugh at me and then we’ll talk about the rest of this card, which features a guy who worked a coffee shop and a strange wikipedia edit.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to talk about the greatest fight card of all-time. We’ll discuss Cain Velasquez vs. Junior dos Santos 3, which looked a lot like Cain Velasquez vs. Junior dos Santos 2, “those crazy Mexicans,” and everything else on the card. Plus a tangent about “emotional attachment” to fighters.
Samer Kadi joins the Man Cave to preview UFC 166, which features the third fight in two years between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos. Samer will break down the fight like only he can and I’ll try to act excited. Plus we’ll talk about the rest of the card, which isn’t too bad by today’s standards.