MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #140: Gastelum KOs Bisping In Shanghai! UFC 218 + TUF 26 Finale Previews

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On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss the main event action that went down at UFC Shanghai, where Kelvin Gastelum knocked out Michael Bisping in the first round. They also look ahead to UFC 218 fights between Featherweight Champ Max Holloway and Jose Aldo as well as Alistair Overeem vs Francis Ngannou. In addition, Karyn and Alan discuss the crowning of the UFC’s inaugural Women’s Flyweight Champ at the TUF 26 finale and the scheduled match-up between coaches Eddie Alvarez and Justin Gaethje. Plus, Black House MMA wrestling coach Kenny Johnson explains the simple way to make weight.

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44 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #140: Gastelum KOs Bisping In Shanghai! UFC 218 + TUF 26 Finale Previews"

  1. Coach Kenny's corner or Keeping It Real with Coach Kenny is a must. He really doesn't sugar coat things. If fighters were to get fired for missing weight much of the lighter weight classes would be gone.

  2. Coach Kenny's corner or Keeping It Real with Coach Kenny is a must. He really doesn't sugar coat things. If fighters were to get fired for missing weight much of the lighter weight classes would be gone.

  3. he's a fighter he would always want to come back from a loss the ufc shouldn't have let him fight. Give bisping weidman or machida as a retirement fight. I would personally love to see weidman lose to weidman due to how bitter he was towards bisping.

  4. he's a fighter he would always want to come back from a loss the ufc shouldn't have let him fight. Give bisping weidman or machida as a retirement fight. I would personally love to see weidman lose to weidman due to how bitter he was towards bisping.

  5. Mike is a great fighter. He is a first ballad hall of famer for sure. It came out today that due to the knockout at the hands of Kelvin, he is suspended 2 months. I think that most people are wondering will Mike be ready for UFC Fight Night 127 in London on March 18th when he wants to retire. Mike was stubborn and it bite him in the butt that is for sure. This was the coming out party for Kelvin at Middleweight. He is a beast and should stay there. He is so stubborn that he before this fight wanted to go down to Welterweight. I think Chris Weidman was shocked cause Chris is ranked 6th and Kelvin was ranked #9. I think Kelvin could be as high as #4 when the rankings are updated tomorrow. Kelvin was close to knocking out Chris and the mma gods are saying that sometimes it takes luck to win. Kelvin wasnt banged up or scarred and not surprised he is offering himself to Whittaker at UFC 221. It would make sense if they cant get GSP to defend against Whittaker.

  6. Mike is a great fighter. He is a first ballad hall of famer for sure. It came out today that due to the knockout at the hands of Kelvin, he is suspended 2 months. I think that most people are wondering will Mike be ready for UFC Fight Night 127 in London on March 18th when he wants to retire. Mike was stubborn and it bite him in the butt that is for sure. This was the coming out party for Kelvin at Middleweight. He is a beast and should stay there. He is so stubborn that he before this fight wanted to go down to Welterweight. I think Chris Weidman was shocked cause Chris is ranked 6th and Kelvin was ranked #9. I think Kelvin could be as high as #4 when the rankings are updated tomorrow. Kelvin was close to knocking out Chris and the mma gods are saying that sometimes it takes luck to win. Kelvin wasnt banged up or scarred and not surprised he is offering himself to Whittaker at UFC 221. It would make sense if they cant get GSP to defend against Whittaker.

  7. Here is the card for UFC 218- Holloway vs Aldo 2
    Prelims on Fight Pass @ 615PM/3:15PM
    Heavyweight Division
    Justin Wills 5-1: 1-0 vs. Allen Crowder 7-2

    Women's Strawweight Division
    Amanda Cooper 2-3: 1-2 vs. Angela Magana 11-8: 0-2

    Light Heavyweight Division
    Jeremy Kimball 15-6: 1-1 vs. Dominick Reyes 7-0: 1-0

    Welterweight Division
    Abdul Razak Albassan 7-1: 1-1 vs. Sabah Homasi 11-6: 0-1

    Prelims on Fox Sports 1 @ 8PM/5PM
    Women's Strawweight Division
    9. Felice Herrig 13-6: 4-1 vs. 11. Courtney Casey-Sanchez 7-4: 3-3

    Lightweight Division
    Drakkar Klose 8-0-1: 2-0 vs. David Teymur 6-1: 3-0

    Welterweight Division
    15. Alex Oliveria 18-3-1, 2 NC: 7-2, 1NC vs. Yancy Mederios 14-4, 1NC: 5-4, 1NC

    Lightweight Division
    Charles Oliveria 22-7, 1NC: 12-7, 1NC vs. Paul Felder 14-3: 6-3

    Main Card on Pay per view @ 10PM/7PM
    Womens Strawweight Division
    5. Tecia Torres 9-1: 5-1 vs. 6. Michelle Waterson 14-5: 2-1

    Lightweight Division
    4. Eddie Alvarez 28-5, 1NC: 3-2, 1Nc vs. 5. Justin Gaethje 18-0: 1-0

    Flyweight Division
    2. Henry Cejudo 11-2: 5-2 vs. 4. Sergio Pettis 16-2: 7-2

    Heavyweight Division
    1. Alistar Overeem 43-15, 1NC: 8-4 vs. 4. Francis Ngannou 10-1: 5-0

    UFC Featherweight Championship
    c. Max Holloway 18-3: 14-3 vs. 1. Jose Aldo 26-3: 8-2

  8. Here is the card for UFC 218- Holloway vs Aldo 2
    Prelims on Fight Pass @ 615PM/3:15PM
    Heavyweight Division
    Justin Wills 5-1: 1-0 vs. Allen Crowder 7-2

    Women's Strawweight Division
    Amanda Cooper 2-3: 1-2 vs. Angela Magana 11-8: 0-2

    Light Heavyweight Division
    Jeremy Kimball 15-6: 1-1 vs. Dominick Reyes 7-0: 1-0

    Welterweight Division
    Abdul Razak Albassan 7-1: 1-1 vs. Sabah Homasi 11-6: 0-1

    Prelims on Fox Sports 1 @ 8PM/5PM
    Women's Strawweight Division
    9. Felice Herrig 13-6: 4-1 vs. 11. Courtney Casey-Sanchez 7-4: 3-3

    Lightweight Division
    Drakkar Klose 8-0-1: 2-0 vs. David Teymur 6-1: 3-0

    Welterweight Division
    15. Alex Oliveria 18-3-1, 2 NC: 7-2, 1NC vs. Yancy Mederios 14-4, 1NC: 5-4, 1NC

    Lightweight Division
    Charles Oliveria 22-7, 1NC: 12-7, 1NC vs. Paul Felder 14-3: 6-3

    Main Card on Pay per view @ 10PM/7PM
    Womens Strawweight Division
    5. Tecia Torres 9-1: 5-1 vs. 6. Michelle Waterson 14-5: 2-1

    Lightweight Division
    4. Eddie Alvarez 28-5, 1NC: 3-2, 1Nc vs. 5. Justin Gaethje 18-0: 1-0

    Flyweight Division
    2. Henry Cejudo 11-2: 5-2 vs. 4. Sergio Pettis 16-2: 7-2

    Heavyweight Division
    1. Alistar Overeem 43-15, 1NC: 8-4 vs. 4. Francis Ngannou 10-1: 5-0

    UFC Featherweight Championship
    c. Max Holloway 18-3: 14-3 vs. 1. Jose Aldo 26-3: 8-2

  9. Here is the card for the Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale
    UFC Fight Pass Prelim @ 730PM/430PM
    Women's Flyweight Division
    Gillian Robertson 3-2 vs Emily Whitmire 4-2

    Prelims on FS1 @ 8PM/5PM
    Women's Flyweight Division
    Ariel Beck 4-4 vs. Shana Dobson

    Womens Flyweight Division
    Rachel Ostrovich-Berdon 3-3 vs. Karine Georgivan 3-2

    Middleweight Division
    Andrew Sanchez 9-3: 2-1 vs Ryan Janes 9-3: 1-2

    Womens Flyweight Division
    Christina Marks 8-8 vs. Montana De La Rosa 7-4

    Main Card on FS1 @ 10PM/7PM
    Bantamweight Division
    Joe Soto 18-5: 3-3 vs. Brett Johns 14-0: 2-0

    Women's Flyweight Division
    Deanna Bennett 8-3 vs. Melinda Fabian 4-3-1

    Middleweight Division
    Eric Spicely 11-2: 2-2 vs. Gerald Meerchsat 26-9: 2-1

    Womens Flyweight Division
    Roxanne Modifferi 21-13: 0-1 vs. Barb Honckhak 10-2

    Bantamweight Division
    Terrion Ware 17-6: 0-1 vs. Sean O Malley 8-0

    UFC Womens Flyweight Championship
    Sijara Eubanks 2-2 vs. Nicco Montano 3-2

  10. Here is the card for the Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale
    of course the UFC Womens Flyweight Championship will be decided

    Middleweight Division
    Ryan Janes 9-3: 1-2 vs. Andrew Sanchez 9-3: 2-1

    Bantamweight Division
    Joe Soto 18-5: 3-3 vs. Brett Johns 14-0: 2-0

    Bantamweight Division
    Terrion Ware 17-5: 0-1 vs. Sean O Malley 8-0

    Middleweight Division
    Eric Spicely 11-2: 2-2 vs. Gerald Meershcaet 26-9: 2-1

    Some of the Women from the show are matched up and some fights were confirmed Tuesday November 28th
    Lauren Murphy vs Priscilla Cacherioa
    Ariel Beck vs Shana Dobson
    Deanna Bennett vs Melinda Fabian
    Rachel Ostrovich vs Karine Georgygan

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    ''MMA is a mad game''
    Indeed, november 4 – Bisping was the middleweigh champion, making a superfight, favorite agains GSP
    november 25 – Bisping is too old, most knocked down fighter in UFC history and should retire

    and great podcast as always (my favorite)

  12. L

    ''MMA is a mad game''Indeed, november 4 – Bisping was the middleweigh champion, making a superfight, favorite agains GSP november 25 – Bisping is too old, most knocked down fighter in UFC history and should retireand great podcast as always (my favorite)

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