MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #99 (LIVE 1pm PT) Champagne w/ UFC’s Alan Jouban After Big Win Over Mike Perry

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On this LIVE edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast With Karyn Bryant, we celebrate UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban’s dominant UFC Sacramento win over Mike Perry with another “Champagne Podcast.” Join us live at 1pm PT to chat with Karyn and Alan about his fight, Michelle Waterson’s Performance of the Night submission victory over Paige VanZant, Mickey Gall’s submission of Sage Northcutt, Urijah Faber’s retirement fight victory over Brad Pickett and a preview of UFC 207, where UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes will defend her belt against former champ Ronda Rousey, as well as UFC Bantamweight Champion Dominick Cruz defending his belt against Cody Garbrandt.

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160 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #99 (LIVE 1pm PT) Champagne w/ UFC’s Alan Jouban After Big Win Over Mike Perry"

  1. You have to appreciate a smart fighter. It is not just all rock 'em sock 'em robots in that ring. I"m also super happy Alan won over that jerk. Perhaps someone learned a lesson about humility and respect. I get the whole "heel" approach and sometimes it can be funny but people like Connor and Perry take it to far to the point that it leaves a bad taste in your mouth.

  2. You have to appreciate a smart fighter. It is not just all rock 'em sock 'em robots in that ring. I"m also super happy Alan won over that jerk. Perhaps someone learned a lesson about humility and respect. I get the whole "heel" approach and sometimes it can be funny but people like Connor and Perry take it to far to the point that it leaves a bad taste in your mouth.

  3. It's good that you have your own where Alan is the co-host. Talking about Alan's fight on this platform is a lot more informative than post fight press conferences or even backstage interviews, where fighters mostly give stock answers.

  4. It's good that you have your own where Alan is the co-host. Talking about Alan's fight on this platform is a lot more informative than post fight press conferences or even backstage interviews, where fighters mostly give stock answers.

  5. Man! Alan i just got done watching your highlights damn bro your amazing. Hey, next fight please do that cartwheel kick ok bro. I'm your greatest fan now. oh yeah thanks for the awesome video Karyn Bryant you are absolutely a Goddess.

  6. Man! Alan i just got done watching your highlights damn bro your amazing. Hey, next fight please do that cartwheel kick ok bro. I'm your greatest fan now. oh yeah thanks for the awesome video Karyn Bryant you are absolutely a Goddess.

  7. alan joubon heals fast, respectful, a model, and a great martial artist. Is he even human? Its sad that ufc dont promote fighters like alan, somone that kids can look up to and see how a true martial artist acts inside and out the cage. Good for him for not selling out for money.

  8. eh everybody knows those rankings are shit. But of note is Matt Brown has been 1-5 last 6 and Ellenberger 2-6 last 8. Also Tumenov isn't in top 15 either so there are some good fighters also not on there. Arguably Covington could be on there too

  9. eh everybody knows those rankings are shit. But of note is Matt Brown has been 1-5 last 6 and Ellenberger 2-6 last 8. Also Tumenov isn't in top 15 either so there are some good fighters also not on there. Arguably Covington could be on there too

  10. We understood. Just like we figured the valley kids team might take a hit. We all wanted to see you throw the whoop down on Screamy McScreamerson, which involves not getting hit. Nice fight man.

    p.s. Hope you get in the top 15 you deserve it, but man, those ranking people from the media or wherever they're from are so hit or miss. Hopefully the company being 4.2 billion in debt doesn't result in non-mma/skill-centric decisions in the future. I get the business aspect, like why cuts have to be made (ufc ambassadors) and certain people get a push etc. but you know… you get what I'm saying.

    KB If you want to win a USTA trophy let's play mixed 3.5!

  11. We understood. Just like we figured the valley kids team might take a hit. We all wanted to see you throw the whoop down on Screamy McScreamerson, which involves not getting hit. Nice fight man.p.s. Hope you get in the top 15 you deserve it, but man, those ranking people from the media or wherever they're from are so hit or miss. Hopefully the company being 4.2 billion in debt doesn't result in non-mma/skill-centric decisions in the future. I get the business aspect, like why cuts have to be made (ufc ambassadors) and certain people get a push etc. but you know… you get what I'm saying. KB If you want to win a USTA trophy let's play mixed 3.5!

  12. Champagne was rolling for sure. LOL. J/k. good fight as always Alan. Most fans are like myself, educated and know the history of the fight business and know that it takes a long journey to get to the UFC but its worth it when you get there. Some fans really dont watch it but watch it mainly if Ronda and Conor are fighting. We were glad in the chat room that Alan put Mike away cause Mike is a typical jersey shore brat who didnt deserve being on the main card of Fox and should thank Alan for the opportunity. I think Mike was trying to fight like Albert Einstein Tumenov the last guy to give Alan problems. In case anybody was wondering, Leslie Smith vs Irene Aldana was fight of the night. Paul Craig and Michelle Waterson took Performance of the night bonuses.

    Final numbers came in and 3.1 million viewers so this fight. They peaked from 10-1015 when Paige and Michelle fought. I think the great numbers they got on Fox were mainly cause of Urijah's last fight. I bet the UFC and William Morris have to be pissed that they can't capitalize off of it. I was surprised when the final bout order came out. I thought Alan should have been co main. It was obviously they were going for the Sage and Paige show. Both lost one was surprising and the other wasn't. Sage is a natural Lightweight whose people didnt like the idea of him going up to Welterweight cause last time he went to Welterweight, he was upset by Bryan Barbenia. Paige was an upset. I wonder if the stress of main eventing in her backyard got to her plus it was her coach's last fight. She told Jon Anik and Daniel Cormier on Thursday that she has had coaching issues for the last few fights, Justin Bucholtz was the only consistant coach she had. If Paige had won, her UFC record at 5-1 would have gotten her the next shot at Joanna Jedryzrcjak and the UFC Women's Straw weight Championship. Since Michelle won, I think she needs 1 more win for sure to get in line. Jessica Andrade doesnt have an opponent for UFC 207, the card is next Friday. I know her team went on twitter and asked for Michelle since she wasnt hurt or took any damage. MMAfighting.com is reporting Jessica moved her camp to Vegas and was seen at UFC offices today hoping to stay on the card. She is at 128 pounds which is on track for a fight at 115 lbs (Womens Strawweight). She and her team would take a catchweight bout to stay on. They dont want her having to go home and still be in camp like Cole was for the past almost 5 months. http://www.mmafighting.com/2016/12/20/14032748/jessica-andrade-still-in-limbo-ten-days-before-ufc-207?utm_campaign=arielhelwani&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

  13. Champagne was rolling for sure. LOL. J/k. good fight as always Alan. Most fans are like myself, educated and know the history of the fight business and know that it takes a long journey to get to the UFC but its worth it when you get there. Some fans really dont watch it but watch it mainly if Ronda and Conor are fighting. We were glad in the chat room that Alan put Mike away cause Mike is a typical jersey shore brat who didnt deserve being on the main card of Fox and should thank Alan for the opportunity. I think Mike was trying to fight like Albert Einstein Tumenov the last guy to give Alan problems. In case anybody was wondering, Leslie Smith vs Irene Aldana was fight of the night. Paul Craig and Michelle Waterson took Performance of the night bonuses.

    Final numbers came in and 3.1 million viewers so this fight. They peaked from 10-1015 when Paige and Michelle fought. I think the great numbers they got on Fox were mainly cause of Urijah's last fight. I bet the UFC and William Morris have to be pissed that they can't capitalize off of it. I was surprised when the final bout order came out. I thought Alan should have been co main. It was obviously they were going for the Sage and Paige show. Both lost one was surprising and the other wasn't. Sage is a natural Lightweight whose people didnt like the idea of him going up to Welterweight cause last time he went to Welterweight, he was upset by Bryan Barbenia. Paige was an upset. I wonder if the stress of main eventing in her backyard got to her plus it was her coach's last fight. She told Jon Anik and Daniel Cormier on Thursday that she has had coaching issues for the last few fights, Justin Bucholtz was the only consistant coach she had. If Paige had won, her UFC record at 5-1 would have gotten her the next shot at Joanna Jedryzrcjak and the UFC Women's Straw weight Championship. Since Michelle won, I think she needs 1 more win for sure to get in line. Jessica Andrade doesnt have an opponent for UFC 207, the card is next Friday. I know her team went on twitter and asked for Michelle since she wasnt hurt or took any damage. MMAfighting.com is reporting Jessica moved her camp to Vegas and was seen at UFC offices today hoping to stay on the card. She is at 128 pounds which is on track for a fight at 115 lbs (Womens Strawweight). She and her team would take a catchweight bout to stay on. They dont want her having to go home and still be in camp like Cole was for the past almost 5 months. http://www.mmafighting.com/2016/12/20/14032748/jessica-andrade-still-in-limbo-ten-days-before-ufc-207?utm_campaign=arielhelwani&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

  14. Alan, that was one great fight.
    Additionally so because i know i wouldnt last five seconds with that guy.

    There are different audiences in the mma fanbase. Some like the busted up faces, and seeing someone lose badly, true. Those are mostly schadenfreude junkies who are often the loudest on the social media.

    But there is a lot of people who appreciate the Martial Arts for the Art of it.
    For the skills and techniques. Not that we are squeamish about the blood and whatnot, rather it is secondary to us.

    btw, i thought your left leg or foot might be hurt from all those kicks to his elbow when you were trying to kick to the body… but i guess not?
    Man, my foot would just fly off into the audience.

  15. Alan, that was one great fight.
    Additionally so because i know i wouldnt last five seconds with that guy.

    There are different audiences in the mma fanbase. Some like the busted up faces, and seeing someone lose badly, true. Those are mostly schadenfreude junkies who are often the loudest on the social media.

    But there is a lot of people who appreciate the Martial Arts for the Art of it.
    For the skills and techniques. Not that we are squeamish about the blood and whatnot, rather it is secondary to us.

    btw, i thought your left leg or foot might be hurt from all those kicks to his elbow when you were trying to kick to the body… but i guess not?
    Man, my foot would just fly off into the audience.

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