MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #110: Champagne Podcast! Alan Jouban Talks Loss To Gunnar Nelson; Manuwa’s KO At UFC London

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On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss Alan’s UFC London fight with Gunnar Nelson, which ended in a submission win for Nelson. Alan talks about his preparation for the fight, how he felt during the action and the conversation he had with his opponent afterwards. Karyn and Alan also react to Jimi Manuwa’s KO win over Corey Anderson and Brad Pickett’s retirement fight. Plus, they look ahead to UFC 210, where Light Heavyweight Champ Daniel Cormier will defend his belt against Anthony “Rumble” Johnson and Chris Weidman will face Gegard Mousasi.

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251 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #110: Champagne Podcast! Alan Jouban Talks Loss To Gunnar Nelson; Manuwa’s KO At UFC London"

  1. Jouban should consider the amount of weight he cuts to fight at 170. He is in his mid 30's and weight cutting takes more energy from you the older you get. I think his ability to take a punch will greatly improve if he isn't killing himself to get down to 170. No disrespect, wish the best for Jouban.

  2. Jouban should consider the amount of weight he cuts to fight at 170. He is in his mid 30's and weight cutting takes more energy from you the older you get. I think his ability to take a punch will greatly improve if he isn't killing himself to get down to 170. No disrespect, wish the best for Jouban.

  3. Jouban is still a top 10 fighter because he should have already been in the top 10. It's hard to "get up" for a Gunnar fight because of all the respect, that killer instinct you need in a fight isn't on point. Much respect Jouban for taking the Gunnar fight. Can't wait to see you fight again. #Number1MMAPodcast

  4. Jouban is still a top 10 fighter because he should have already been in the top 10. It's hard to "get up" for a Gunnar fight because of all the respect, that killer instinct you need in a fight isn't on point. Much respect Jouban for taking the Gunnar fight. Can't wait to see you fight again. #Number1MMAPodcast

  5. Big fan of Alan Jouban, he's a hard worker, a class act and excellent martial artist. Good things in his future I reckon. But Alan and Karyn, americans dropped the 'i' from "aluminium" to make it aluminum, it's aluminium god damn it pls guys hahaha.

  6. Big fan of Alan Jouban, he's a hard worker, a class act and excellent martial artist. Good things in his future I reckon. But Alan and Karyn, americans dropped the 'i' from "aluminium" to make it aluminum, it's aluminium god damn it pls guys hahaha.

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