MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #123 (LIVE): UFC 213 / TUF 25 Finale / International Fight Week Wrap-Up


On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, Karyn Bryant talks to fans about the crazy week she had in Las Vegas covering UFC 213, TUF 25 Finale and International Fight Week. Plus, she shares some behind-the-scenes stories from TUF Talk and UFC Tonight!

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36 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #123 (LIVE): UFC 213 / TUF 25 Finale / International Fight Week Wrap-Up"

  1. I think it's both.. He was blessed by God to have his talent and to make as far as the ufc Champ.. But I think somewhere in between that, he made a deal with the devil so he can reach an even higher level of success..

  2. I'm glad the fight between Joanna and Valentina didn't happen. It makes no sense for them to fight in this context. Joanna is a champ at 115 and Valentina fights at 135. I want to see a future meeting at 125.

  3. Thanks Karyn for logging on tonight and wrapping up a great week in Vegas. Niko is hoping to bounce back from having his win over Alex Morono overturned cause he popped for Marjuana. Luckily, Alan was able to get on that card as its the only card in August. So glad Gegard's risk of being a free agent worked. I know its sucks cause its a loss for the Middleweight Division as he should have been in title talks at 185 lbs. Bellators gain is that Gegard can get a title shot at Middleweight or Light Heavyweight. Gegard had an incredible run, 11 of 12 fights were either main or co main. UFC 200 against Thiago Santos was the only time he fought on Fight pass. Gegard signed a 6 fight deal which is incredible. I wonder if they will celebrate it on Friday in Thackerville, Oklahoma. Valerie Letourneau who was to faced Emily Ducoute in her Flyweight and Bellator debut baked out due to injury. Jessica Middleton will now face Emily. Also, LFA 16 on Friday was to have had in the main event Andrea Lee defending her LFA Womens Flyweight Championship against Davina Maciel but its cancelled due to Davina having Visa issues. Instead the main event will be at Bantamweight Jimmy Flick vs newcomer and UFC vet Johnny Bedford. Amanda was willing to fight Valentina but as we learned on the prelims Jon Anik told that Nina put her foot down and said no. The flare up must have been that bad. Prior to her fight with Ronda, Nina was talking about how its so bad Amanda has to get to the fight city at least 3 weeks out. I know ATT had suffered a tough loss last week with the murder of Aaron Radjman, Tecia who fought was affected by it. At first, I wondered if that happened to Amanda. The emotions finally hit her. Dana is so full of it. How does he know these fighters body? Nina admitted on social media that she took Amanda to multiple specialists before they found it that it was a bad flare up. Valentina is so tiny cause she admitted on the countdown to 213 that she dont have to cut weight to make Bantamweight. When the Flyweight division gets going, within 2 years I think Valentina could be there full time kicking butt. The rankings came down today on and they were affected big time by international fight week.

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