Ep. 138 – Sydney: UFC-Sydney preview with Submission Radio’s Denis Shkuratov and Kacper Rosolowski
John Morgan is in Sydney for UFC Fight Night 121, and he sits down with the boys from Submission Radio to preview the card, as well as review the craziness of the past week in the MMA world.
Ep. 137 – Las Vegas: Scott Coker, Fiasco Jones
It’s Thirsty Thursday in Las Vegas, and you know what that means: John Morgan and Cold Coffee are sitting at home. Fiasco Jones stops by to help drown a few sorrows as the crew discusses all the latest headlines in the sport. Along the way, hear from Bellator President Scott Coker, who drops some big news regarding the promotion’s heavyweight title plans and an intriguing year-long grand prix.
Ep. 136.5 – New York City: UFC 217 wrap-up featuring Michael Bisping, Rose Namajunas
John Morgan and Cold Coffee wrap up what was unquestionably one of the greatest UFC events of all time, talking all about UFC 217. Hear their thoughts on the night’s card from New York’s Madison Square Garden, as well as a few words from headliner Michael Bisping and new UFC strawweight champ Rose Namajunas.
Ep. 136 – New York City: UFC 217 preview, featuring Bisping, St-Pierre, Garbrandt, Dillashaw
John Morgan and Cold Coffee are together in New York for a blockbuster UFC 217 card, featuring three title fights. The pair previews the night’s big fights, sharing insight from the week’s scenes in and around Madison Square Garden. Along the way, hear from the night’s featured competitors, including Michael Bisping, Georges St-Pierre, Cody Garbrandt and T.J. Dillashaw.
Ep. 135.5 – Sao Paulo: UFC Fight Night 119 recap featuring Derek Brunson, Colby Covington
Pressed for time, John Morgan had to leave behind his partner-in-crime for the week, Fernanda Prates, and head to the airport to record a recap of UFC Fight Night 119’s festivities. Rolling solo from the Admirals Club in the Sao Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport (GRU), John shares his interview with the event’s bad boy Colby Covington. Recorded in a undisclosed location for various reasons, Covington doesn’t back down from the words he expressed toward Brazil in his post-fight octagon interview. Also hear from main-event winner Derek Brunson, who feels he is fighting better then ever.