🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #169: TJ Knocks Out Cody, Henry Dethrones DJ At UFC 227; Conor + Nate Return!

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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 227, where Bantamweight Champ TJ Dillashaw retained his title with a first round TKO over former champ Cody Garbrandt in the main event, and Henry Cejudo dethroned Demetrious Johnson for the Flyweight title in the co-headliner. Karyn and Alan discuss those fights as well as other stand-out matchups on the card. In addition, they talk about the UFC’s 25th Anniversary press conference, where they announced Conor McGregor’s return against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229, Nate Diaz vs Dustin Poirier at UFC 230 and more.

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42 Comments on "🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #169: TJ Knocks Out Cody, Henry Dethrones DJ At UFC 227; Conor + Nate Return!"

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  2. Cejudo needs to fight some black guys it's the best way to build a following. Think about it Conor McGregor ufc debut black guy. Chuck Liddell Kevin Randelman black guy. Jon jones black guy. Randy Couture black guy everytime black guy

  3. Here is the card for UFC Fight Night 135- Gaethje vs Vick on August 25th in Omaha, NebraskaFight Pass Prelims @ 630PM/330PMWelterweight DivisionMickey Gall 4-1: 3-1 vs. George Sullivan 17-6, 1NC: 3-3, 1NCLightweight DivisionDrew Dober 19-8,1NC: 5-4,1NC vs. Jon Tuck 10-4: 4-4Women's Flyweight DivisionJoanne Calderwood 11-3: 3-3 vs. Kalindria Faria 18-7-1; 0-2Prelims on Fox Sports 2 @ 8PM/5PMBantamweight DivisionRani Yahya 25-9, 1 NC: 10-3, 1NC vs Luke Sanders 12-2; 2-2Flyweight Division6. John Moraga 19-6; 8-5 vs. 14. Deiverson Figuerido 14-0: 3-0 Bantamweight DivisionIuri Alcantara 36-9, 1NC:: 10-6,1NC vs. Cory Sandgrhen 8-1: 1-0Welterweight DivisionWarley Alves 12-2: 6-2 vs. James Krause 25-7: 6-3Main Card on FS1 @ 10PM/&PMMiddleweight DivisionEryk Anders 10-1; 2-1 vs. Tim Williams 15-4; 0-1Middleweight DivisionAndrew Sanchez 9-4: 2-2 vs. Markus Perez 10-1: 1-1Welterweight DivisionJake Ellenberger 31-14: 10-10 vs. Bryan Barbena 13-5: 4-3Women's Strawweight Division10. Courtney Casey-Sanchez 7-6; 3-5 vs. 14. Angela Hill 8-4; 3-4Featherweight DivisionAndre Fili 18-5: 6-4 vs. Micheal Johnson 17-13; 9-9Lightweight Division7. Justin Gaethje 18-3; 1-2 vs. 10. James Vick 13-1: 9-1

  4. UFC 227 was still a good card despite losing Bethe Corriera vs Irene Aldana due to Bethes eye injury and her seeing 3 doctors and being cleared but she wasnt cleared by CSAC. It felt like Duane one upped Urijah Faber with Cody losing to TJ. I wonder where Cody goes from here at Bantamweight. There are plenty of challengers for TJ at 135 lbs. Dominick Cruz, Marlon Moraes, and Raphael Assuacao. DJ is such a classy guy. He didnt have to do those interviews and he did. You can't get any closure than that. Needing the judges and it was basically 3 rounds to 2. Also, with DJ out for a good amount of time, the flyweight division is in an interesting place. I hope a fire is lit under all of the fighters now with a different champion. Henry needs to defend his belt. I am so sick of superfights. Some champions want super fights cause they want to take advantage of the fact that bills are due. When Demetrious Johnson comes back, he should get a title shot no matter what. He put that division on the map.

  5. I believe someone mentioned that Cejudo was a 400 underdog. Someone made their house payment. Not, me. Somebody else. If I put money on MMA fights I might as well hand money to someone else that I know needs the cash.

  6. DJ will VERY likely get that belt back in rematch. TJ wouldn't give Henry a fight at 135. If I were TJ I'd be interested in going for 125 belt, champ champ status but Idk, I'm not TJ. But that way he would get his fight with DJ finally. Whoever wanted to see that fight before would still want to see it. That would put TJ up there by the moon amongst the shiny stars. Big bucks giving no fucks

  7. I don't usually have cable TV but this past month I went ahead and purchased a one month subscription to a service so I could watch the prelim fights happening in July/early August. I also got to watch the full show of the post fight show on FS1 with Karyn and I have to say, while she is professional and skilled she still made me feel like she was talking here in the podcast and made me feel welcomed to watch the show. Karyn does a great job.

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