MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast 98: Max, Cowboy + Cub Win Big At UFC 206; Jouban Previews His Fight With Perry


On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast With Karyn Bryant, Karyn and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss the action that went down at UFC 206, where Max Holloway defeated Anthony Pettis to win the UFC Interim Featherweight Title in the main event.  Karyn and Alan talk about that fight, Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone’s head kick KO of Matt Brown, the “Fight Of The Year” candidate put forth by Cub Swanson and Dooho Choi and Kelvin Gastelum’s TKO win over Tim Kennedy.  They also react to Derrick “The Black Beast” Lewis’ win over Shamil Abdurakhimov at UFC Albany and Alan previews his upcoming UFC ON FOX main card fight with Mike Perry.

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25 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast 98: Max, Cowboy + Cub Win Big At UFC 206; Jouban Previews His Fight With Perry"

  1. AJ FTW putting bullies on notice! Can't wait for the celebration podcast. Baloney that you didn't get a post fight interview in the octagon, but I hope you get that ranking. p.s. KB were you going to tell Alan the mio kinda looks like pee?

  2. You are correct in that Aldo has gone through many of the contenders, but he has lost late in his career as Champion while Max lost early in his against a guy who starched him in a baker's dozen. Max has great stamina, is always making the fight, figures people out, and actually finishes his opponents unlike Aldo. You are seeming to put Max in the same category as Cerrone when he has never even fought for the title and lost miserably "with all due respect to the man Cerrone" The man has not lost against anyone in what is the longest? win streak in the UFC. I feel completely confident Max would/could defeat Edgar and the others, but not only that possibly finish all of them if not win clearly unlike Aldo who lost to a guy Max went all the rounds with when he was but a pup in the game. I feel great saying this as not only would I like Max to win between the two as he is much more enjoyable to watch all around including outside the cage, but legitimately see him out fighting Aldo in their upcoming bout.

  3. hey alking about drinking cerrone before fights and chilling. ..well…that formula of partying a week before fights has been gold for te GOAT ..Bones!…must be something to it. ..if you can keep your ass out of jail that is!

  4. love jouban love the podcast longtime viewer but i just dont see why jouban took this fight i dont even think mcgregor would take this fight perry hits hard and doesnt drop putting 100 on alan though his striking is 5x better

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