MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #111: UFC 210 Preview; Lawler vs Cerrone?! Saffiedine vs RDA!

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On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban preview UFC 210, where Light Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier will defend his title in a rematch with Anthony “Rumble” Johnson in the main event. Karyn and Alan also break down the co-main event between former UFC Middleweight champ Chris Weidman and former Strikeforce Light Heavyweight champ Gegard Mousasi, as well as welterweight match-ups Patrick Cote vs Thiago Alves and Kamaru Usman vs Sean Strickland. In addition, they share their thoughts on two recently announced fights: Robbie Lawler vs Cowboy Cerrone and Tarec Saffiedine vs Rafael Dos Anjos.

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MMA H.E.A.T. is a headline-making production company dedicated to covering the emerging sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Hosted by FOX Sports anchor and former CNN anchor, Karyn Bryant, our content ranges from intimate fighter interviews, to event coverage (UFC, Bellator, WSOF, RUFF), to technique instruction and beyond. Success in MMA is the result of four core elements: Heart. Endurance. Aggression. Technique.™ Our unique magazine style series celebrates all of these pieces of the MMA fighting puzzle in a way that fans love. MMA H.E.A.T. is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and operates worldwide through partnerships and affiliates. It was co-founded by Wade Eck and Karyn Bryant.

27 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #111: UFC 210 Preview; Lawler vs Cerrone?! Saffiedine vs RDA!"

  1. I'm starting to get irritated by this consistent notion of making excuses for Donald Cerrone losing against Masvidal, saying him fighting too often is what lead to him losing. UHHHHHH–no. There is no evidence or data to back that up. The only evidence here is that Masvidal was the better fighter that night and that's all there is to it. I feel like they're disrespecting Masvidal by insinuating that Cerrone would've won that fight if he had taken more time off.

  2. Anyone know what happened with this lady and her coverage of MMA? I feel like she sorta fell off or never grew as much as other channels that were around during the same time. I don't see any links being tossed around with her as the interviewer. Serious question. Anyone know?

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