🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #130: Rockhold Taps Out Branch, KOs At UFC Pittsburgh; Canelo/GGG Draw?

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On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss the action that went down at UFC Pittsburgh, where former UFC Middleweight Champ Luke Rockhold defeated former two-division WSOF Champ David Branch via tapout due to strikes at 4:05 of the 2nd round in the main event. They also discuss other fights on the card and the great knock-outs scored by Gilbert Burns, Uriah Hall and Mike Perry. Plus, Karyn and Alan share their thoughts on the Gennady Golovkin “GGG” vs Canelo Alvarez fight and the controversial draw.

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70 Comments on "🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #130: Rockhold Taps Out Branch, KOs At UFC Pittsburgh; Canelo/GGG Draw?"

  1. Here is the card for UFC Fight Night 117- Now 6. Ovince Saint Preux vs Yuskin Okami
    Fight Pass Prelim at 730PM/430PM
    Welterweight Division
    Daichi Abe 5-0 vs. Hyun Gym Lim 13-6-1: 3-3

    Note: this card will be on FXX on Friday cause the octagon is in Saitama, Japan
    Prelims @ 8PM/5PM
    Women's Flyweight Division
    Syuri Kondo 5-0 vs. Chan Mi Jeon 5-1: 0-1

    Welterweight Division
    Shinsho Anzui 9-2: 1-1 vs. Luke Jummeau 12-3: 1-0

    Flyweight Division
    5. Jussier Formaga 19-5: 5-4 vs. Ulka Sasaki 20-4-2: 3-3

    Welterweight Division
    Keita Nakamura 32-8-2, 1NC: 2-2, 1NC vs. Alex Morono 13-3, 1NC: 2-0, 1NC

    Main Card @10PM/7PM
    Featherweight Division
    Mizuto Hiroata 18-8-2: 1-1-1 vs. Charles Rosa 11-3: 2-3

    Featherweight Division
    Teruto Ishara 9-4-2: 2-2-1 vs. Roland Dy 8-5-1: 0-1

    Light Heavyweight Division
    Luis Henrique Da Silva 12-3: 2-3 vs. Goikan Saki 0-1

    Lightweight Division
    Takanomi Gomi 35-13, 1NC: 4-8 vs. Dong Hyun Kim 14-8-3 : 1-2

    Women's Strawweight Division
    1. Claudia Gadelha 15-2: 4-2 vs. 4. Jessica Andrade 16-6: 7-4

    Light Heavyweight Division
    6. Ovince Saint Preux 20-10: 8-5 vs. Yuskin Okami 34-10: 12-5

  2. Here is the card for UFC Fight Night 117- Now 6. Ovince Saint Preux vs Yuskin Okami
    Fight Pass Prelim at 730PM/430PM
    Welterweight Division
    Daichi Abe 5-0 vs. Hyun Gym Lim 13-6-1: 3-3

    Note: this card will be on FXX on Friday cause the octagon is in Saitama, Japan
    Prelims @ 8PM/5PM
    Women's Flyweight Division
    Syuri Kondo 5-0 vs. Chan Mi Jeon 5-1: 0-1

    Welterweight Division
    Shinsho Anzui 9-2: 1-1 vs. Luke Jummeau 12-3: 1-0

    Flyweight Division
    5. Jussier Formaga 19-5: 5-4 vs. Ulka Sasaki 20-4-2: 3-3

    Welterweight Division
    Keita Nakamura 32-8-2, 1NC: 2-2, 1NC vs. Alex Morono 13-3, 1NC: 2-0, 1NC

    Main Card @10PM/7PM
    Featherweight Division
    Mizuto Hiroata 18-8-2: 1-1-1 vs. Charles Rosa 11-3: 2-3

    Featherweight Division
    Teruto Ishara 9-4-2: 2-2-1 vs. Roland Dy 8-5-1: 0-1

    Light Heavyweight Division
    Luis Henrique Da Silva 12-3: 2-3 vs. Goikan Saki 0-1

    Lightweight Division
    Takanomi Gomi 35-13, 1NC: 4-8 vs. Dong Hyun Kim 14-8-3 : 1-2

    Women's Strawweight Division
    1. Claudia Gadelha 15-2: 4-2 vs. 4. Jessica Andrade 16-6: 7-4

    Light Heavyweight Division
    6. Ovince Saint Preux 20-10: 8-5 vs. Yuskin Okami 34-10: 12-5

  3. Awesome podcast as always. Luke probably felt like facing David was an insult cause David was ranked #9 in division. Luke is #3 given the state of the middleweight division, Luke really didnt gain much expect finally getting a fight. He did an interview after the fight was made and he was so PISSED about not getting a fight for about 3-4 months since he was cleared that he was willing to up to Light Heavyweight just to get something but was told no. Enjoyed Kenny and Yves working with Karyn, its such fun to watch and they are serious about their thoughts about the fighters but they have great comedic moments. David did the right thing by tapping cause as we saw with Gavin Tucker vs Rick Glenn at UFC 215, sometimes refs dont stop fights and fighters take too much damage. I see Luke fighting one more time, he wants that trilogy so damn badly with Micheal to get the division back to normal. If Robert Whittaker is healthy, I see him challenge Robert for the Interim strap. At worst, a fight with Yoel Romero makes sense as that was the intended main event. Luke didnt take much damage UFC 217 makes sense as his next fight. Fighters like Alan who want to fight one more time, Fresno fight night on FS1 December 9th completes the rest of the schelude.

    Didnt realize that was the 8th time Thiago pulled out. I would be hesistant if i was a fight manager and my client had to face him. Mike Perry, given that he is great to watch, he was such an ass cause he thought he was hot shit for beating Alex Reyes but he was supposed to do. Alex is a lightweight fighter who had to fight at welterweight just to make his debut. Robbie is #1. I dont think Mike is that deserving. He did what he wanted to do. Gave a name so the fight media could have something to talk about.

  4. Awesome podcast as always. Luke probably felt like facing David was an insult cause David was ranked #9 in division. Luke is #3 given the state of the middleweight division, Luke really didnt gain much expect finally getting a fight. He did an interview after the fight was made and he was so PISSED about not getting a fight for about 3-4 months since he was cleared that he was willing to up to Light Heavyweight just to get something but was told no. Enjoyed Kenny and Yves working with Karyn, its such fun to watch and they are serious about their thoughts about the fighters but they have great comedic moments. David did the right thing by tapping cause as we saw with Gavin Tucker vs Rick Glenn at UFC 215, sometimes refs dont stop fights and fighters take too much damage. I see Luke fighting one more time, he wants that trilogy so damn badly with Micheal to get the division back to normal. If Robert Whittaker is healthy, I see him challenge Robert for the Interim strap. At worst, a fight with Yoel Romero makes sense as that was the intended main event. Luke didnt take much damage UFC 217 makes sense as his next fight. Fighters like Alan who want to fight one more time, Fresno fight night on FS1 December 9th completes the rest of the schelude.

    Didnt realize that was the 8th time Thiago pulled out. I would be hesistant if i was a fight manager and my client had to face him. Mike Perry, given that he is great to watch, he was such an ass cause he thought he was hot shit for beating Alex Reyes but he was supposed to do. Alex is a lightweight fighter who had to fight at welterweight just to make his debut. Robbie is #1. I dont think Mike is that deserving. He did what he wanted to do. Gave a name so the fight media could have something to talk about.

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