MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #126 (LIVE): UFC 214! Jones Beats DC In Rematch; Champs Woodley + Cyborg


On this live edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss the action that went down at UFC 214, where Jon Jones regained the Light Heavyweight title with a KO win over Daniel Cormier in the main event. They also talk about Welterweight Champ Tyron Woodley’s win over Demian Maia, Cris “Cyborg” Santos’ win over Tonya Evinger to win the Featherweight title and Robbie Lawler’s victory over Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.

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Wade co-founded MMA H.E.AT. in 2007, a headline-making production company dedicated to covering the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. He directed and produced 23 half-hour MMA H.E.AT. television episodes for MAVTV, earning recognition as the cable network’s most-watched show. Wade formulated and continues to supervise the company’s social media strategy, which has successfully grown the MMA H.E.A.T. Facebook following to over 165,000 subscribers. To date, Wade has produced and distributed over 2500 YouTube videos on the KarynBryant and MMAHEAT channels; those videos have exceeded 140 million cumulative views. He also currently oversee MMA H.E.A.T.’s YouTube Multi-Channel Network (MCN) of 425,000+ subscribers.

84 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #126 (LIVE): UFC 214! Jones Beats DC In Rematch; Champs Woodley + Cyborg"

  1. I had never thought about it before, but a few months ago when I heard Allen Iverson say in an interview that he couldn't be a commentator because he never wanted to dump on other players, I thought that was a great point and I think Alan Jouban would do well to take those words on-board. It doesn't sit well with me to hear him talk about Woodley's fight being boring and "we started the wave…" etc. It's hella disrespectful to one of your peers. Maybe forgivable from one of us casuals, but not what I'd expect from an active fighter who's in there risking his health (and effectively, his life). Sounds to me like Alan is toeing the company line.

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