🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #194: Usman Takes Woodley’s Title, Jones + Askren Controversies At UFC 235

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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 235. In the main event Jon Jones retained his UFC Light Heavyweight title by defeating Anthony Smith via unanimous decision. In the co-main event, Kamaru Usman dethroned Welterweight champ Tyron Woodley. Karyn and Alan also discuss Ben Askren’s win over Robbie Lawler and more from the stacked fight card. They also look ahead to the upcoming Wichita main event between Junior Dos Santos and Derrick Lewis.

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36 Comments on "🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #194: Usman Takes Woodley’s Title, Jones + Askren Controversies At UFC 235"

  1. Lawler’s arm went limp, he was out. When Dean touches his arm, it helped revive him plus Ben loosened the choke—thus Robbie immediately coming back to as if he wasn’t temporarily out. Good stoppage, he was out.

  2. It felt like Jons quick turnaround less than 7 weeks after winning the UFC Light Heavyweight back at UFC 232 was to make up the giant clusterfuck that occured that fight week. I dont think Jon fought Anthony. He out pointed him to keep his title. I was surprised the ref asked Anthony if he could continue, in that situation, I would have assumed the ref would have stopped it automatically. Jon was lucky that Anthony chose to continue the fight. In case anybody was wondering the Bantamweight Division fight between now 4. Pedro Munhoz and 6. Cody Garbrandt won fight of the night. Along with Johnny Walker and Diego Sanchez got performance of the night bonuses. Dana was so happy to crown Kamaru as the UFC Welterweight Champion. Dana hasnt always loved Twood. Tyron was the most active champion that UFC had. He had 4 successful title defenses and was hoping for his 5th title defense. While most champions were too scared to defend and wanting to take advantage of the fact that bills were due, Tyron was out there defending on a regular basis. Kamaru is now 10-0 in the UFC and 15-1 overall.

  3. Here is the card for UFC Fight Night 147- Lewis vs Dos Santos
    This card will be streamed on ESPN+ in its entirely
    Prelims @ 5pm/2pm
    Lightweight Division
    Alex White 12-5: 3-5 vs. Dan Moret 13-4: 0-1

    Welterweight Division
    Alex Morono 15-5, 1NC: 4-2 vs. Zak Ottow 17-6: 3-3

    Bantamweight Division
    Louis Smolka 15-5; 6-5 vs. Matt Schnell 11-4: 2-2

    Featherweight Division
    Grant Dawson 12-1 vs. Julian Erosa 22-6: 1-1

    Heavyweight Division
    Maurice Green 6-2: 1-0 vs. Jeff Hughes 10-1

    Women's Bantamweight Division
    6. Marion Reneau 9-4-1: 5-3-1 vs. 9. Yana Kuntiskaya 11-4, 1NC: 1-1

    Welterweight Division
    Anthony Rocco Martin 15-4: 7-4 vs. Sergio Moraes 14-3-1: 8-2-1

    Main Card @ 8pm/5pm
    Middleweight Division
    Tim Boetsch 21-12: 13-11 vs. Omari Akhmadeov 17-4-1: 5-3-1

    Lightweight Division
    Beneli Darush 15-4-1: 9-4-1 vs. Drew Dober 20-8, 1NC: 6-4, 1NC

    Heavyweight Division
    15. Blagoy Ivantov 16-2, 1NC: 0-1 vs. Ben Rothwell 36-10: 9-4

    Welterweight Division
    Niko Price 12-2, 1NC: 4-2 vs. Tim Means 28-10-1, 1NC: 11-5, 1NC

    Welterweight Division
    14. Elizeu Zaleski Dos Santos 20-5: 6-1 vs. Curtis Millender 17-3: 3-0

    Heavyweight Division
    3. Derrick Lewis 21-6, 1NC: 12-4 vs 8. Junior Dos Santos 20-5: 14-4

  4. People are saying it was the right thing to turn down the DQ. At the end of the day, they are in the sport to make money. Taking the DQ is the difference between making over a million or going back to making 25k. He would've been setting up his family for life.

  5. I think Robbie was out for a second. When that arm slammed down, he was out. Robbie isn't going to remember passing out. Ben readjusted the hold so that Herb could see Robbie and that was when Robbie came back to life and that thumbs up was still kind of wobbly. Robbie just has a huge ability to rebound from unconsciousness.

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