MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #134: Cowboy vs Till Preview; Mousasi’s Bellator Debut, Bisping’s GSP Camp


On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss the upcoming UFC Gdansk main event between Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and Darren Till and the recently announced UFC Winnipeg scrap between former champs Robbie Lawler and Rafael Dos Anjos. Karyn and Alan also discuss former UFC Middleweight Gegard Mousasi’s upcoming Bellator debut against Alexander Shlemenko, Alan shares some insight from UFC Middleweight Champ Michael Bisping’s UFC 217 camp and Bolt Wrestling coach Kenny Johnson rants about fighters who talk smack and then hug it out with their opponents.

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40 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #134: Cowboy vs Till Preview; Mousasi’s Bellator Debut, Bisping’s GSP Camp"

  1. Awesome podcast as always. So cool we got a podcast this week even though it was a rare week off. Cowboy proves that he dont give a damn who he faces. He was basically stepping up to save them cause the original main event was supposed to be Thiago Santos vs Michel Matazra who would debut from KSW (the same place that found Karolina Kowalcezik) but Matarza's team resigned 3 days later after agreeing to fight then Cowboy saved the card. This could be a coming out party for Darren Till. This is a HUGE treat for Fight Pass to have Donald Cerrone the number 6 welterweight fighter in the world fighting. To me, the co main event is interesting Womens Strawweight Division, #3 Karolina Kowalekicz vs Jodie Esquibel. Jodie is debuting with the UFC. She was supposed to fight back in July at the 25th anniversary of Invicta against Livita Renata Souza to crown a new Invicta Strawweight Champion after Angie Hill resigned with UFC but Jodie was injured and couldnt fight then about a week later it came out Jodie was signing and facing Karolina. So excited for Gegard in Bellator. He wont have to deal with politics to get a title shot with Micheal Bisping ducking fighters and fighting GSP. Gegard has won 5 in a row. If he looks good and win, he should be line for a title shot

  2. UFC Fight Night 118- Cerrone vs Till on Fight Pass
    Women's Bantamweight Division
    Lina Lansberg 7-2: 1-1 vs. Aspen Ladd 5-0

    Featherweight DIvision
    Felipe Arantas 18-8-1, 2NC: 5-4-1 vs. Josh Emmett 11-1; 2-1

    Welterweight Division
    Salim Touhabi 10-1 vs. Warrley Alves 10-2: 4-2

    Featherweight Division
    Artem Lobov 13-13-1, 1NC: 3-3 vs. Andre Fili 16-5: 4-4

    Middleweight DIvision
    Trevor Smith 15-7: 5-4 vs. Ramazan Emeev 15-3

    Bantamweight Division
    Damian Stakiak 10-4: 2-2 vs. Brian Kelleher 17-8: 1-1

    Heavyweight Division
    Anthony Hamilton 15-8: 3-6 vs.. Adam Wiercrozak 8-1

    Lightweight Division
    Nasrat Haquarsat 8-1 vs Marcin Held 22-7: 0-3

    Main Card
    Middleweight Division
    Jonathan Wilson 7-2: 1-2 vs. Oskar Pierchota 9-0-1

    Light Heavyweight DIvision
    Jan Blackowicz 19-7: 2-4 vs. Devin Clark 8-1: 2-1

    Women's Strawweight Division
    3. Karolina Kowlalkrez 10-2: 3-2 vs. Jodie Esquibel 6-2

    Welterweight Division
    6. Donald Cerrone 32-9, 1NC: 18-6 vs. Darren Till 15-0-1: 3-0-1

  3. Alan… you are %100 correct about Till! I just hope his injury and time away from the octagon wont diminish his capabilities! My actual money is on Till!!! I could be wrong, but thats the beauty of betting, small wagers, nothing crazy! Also, I really REALLY want Bisping to win but GSP WILL STICK TO A GAME PLAN OF HUGGING YOU ON THE FLOOR! GSP BY SUBMISSION, UNFORTUNATELY!

  4. As Cowboy fan I always get nervous for him when he fights a guy who talks bad about him, but I'm a lot more nervous for Cruz facing Jimmie Rivera. I'm happy for Mousasi, he's finally getting the attention he deserves. Even if it is initially inspired by the move, hardly anyone mentions his name without high praise.

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