Ep. 149 – Las Vegas: Marking the end of an era, featuring Roy Jones Jr.
It’s a bittersweet end of an era for The MMA Road Show, but John Morgan and Cold Coffee carry on, catching up on what they missed last weekend and what’s to come this week. Along the way, hear from boxing legend Roy Jones Jr., who calls it a career next week while competing in the very first boxing match to stream live on UFC Fight Pass.
Ep. 116 – Singapore: Joe Carr, Justin Scoggins, Marc Goddard
John Morgan and Cold Coffee wrap up a wild international run from Singapore, where they’re on hand to cover UFC Fight Night 111. They’ll talk about all the happenings from the most expensive place on earth, including an interview with a hyped up Justin Scoggins. Along the way, UFC exec Joe Carr weighs in on the company’s Asian expansion, and top MMA referee Marc Goddard breaks down his career and the challenges he faces in and out of the octagon.
Ep. 104 – Los Angeles: Big meetings in Los Angeles, big news in Las Vegas
John Morgan is in Los Angeles for meetings with MMAjunkie’s USA TODAY Sports bosses, and he’s still reeling from a big personal reunion. Meanwhile, Cold Coffee is back from vacation, and he recounts his experience in Las Vegas covering the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The team is still putting in work, and they’ll be back together next week.
Ep. 88 – Las Vegas: Conor McGregor, UFC changes, MMA Athletes Association and The Ultimate Fighter 24 Finale
Back in Las Vegas for The Ultimate Fighter 24 Finale, John Morgan and Cold Coffee end up spending more time discussing the latest adventures of Conor McGregor and the launch of the MMA Athletes Association than Saturday’s event. They promise to make up for it post-fight and instead share some slightly embarrassing stories during #OpenBar.
Ep. 80 – Manchester: Simon Head, Chamatkar Sandhu, Giovanni Tjin, Harry Williams
John Morgan is England for UFC 204, and local journalist Harry Williams stops by to give his thoughts on the event from a Mancunian point of view. Good friends of the show and “The Brit Pack” hosts Simon Head and Chamatkar Sandhu also discuss the latest news in the sport, while Dutch journalist Giovanni Tjin also helps preview Saturday’s event.
R.I.P Josh Samman (1988 – 2016)