MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #203: RDA Subs Lee At UFC Rochester – Sage’s Facial Surgery – GOT Finale

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On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, ESPN anchor Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss the action that went down at UFC Rochester, where Rafael Dos Anjos defeated Kevin Lee via fourth-round submission in the main event. They also discuss Ian Heinisch’s win over Antonio Carlos Jr AKA ‘ShoeFace,’ the Fight Of The Night between Aspen Ladd and Sijara Eubanks, Desmond Green’s hometown win and more. They also react to Sage Northcutt’s nine-hour surgery after his debut loss in One Championship and the Game Of Thrones finale.

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21 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #203: RDA Subs Lee At UFC Rochester – Sage’s Facial Surgery – GOT Finale"

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  2. i was just rewatching the werdum n ferguson 360 argument and i absolutely love that karen likes the comments and im so glad espn has someone who has such a great personality and is just a different calmer vibe then some like stephen a or even the nba on tnt crew and their the best! karen has such a good relationship with each individual athlete it feels like and thats why i love listening to her interviews as if its me asking the questions because she thinks so much like not only the fans but of people who are seasoned and arent focused on mainsteam all too much and sticks true to herself. thanks karyn im only nineteen and i wanna marry you

  3. Such a sad and brutal ending for young Sage, Karyn. Not sure how you feel about this but most are making excuses for why Sage lost and that it may all be Corrected. Maybe so yet I believe Sage has spent too much Time on building his huge biceps, which have to Slow his hand speed down and imo will be his Crutch against Brawlers who were genetically blessed with long arms and Athleticism. Best example that comes to Mind is my favorite MMA Fighter ever, and I think he's 1 of your favorites too, Tony Ferguson. 1 of the Funniest UFC video moments imo is when you were just Trying to interview Tony, on a 10 fight Win streak, and Werdum who was sitting an arms length away- was outwardly Jealous and nervous as he Inhaled his plate of food as if it was his Last meal. And the lmao Funny moment: As Werdum was being escorted out of that room Tony waved and said, "BYE.., Felicia"! "Ankle Pick" comment was Classic Tony Ferguson as well. Keep up the great Work with the Off da Charts, 360-degree Views.

  4. I think Kevin Lee took that fight against RDA to stay relevant. What I mean is that the lightweight division is a mess right now with Khabib being Khabib. I wonder if Kevin also hasnt been in the same since the coach of Extreme Couture passed away after his fight with Tony Ferguson. Maybe Kevin may have to change camps cause at 26, he appears to be stalling right now. Yana Kunkistayka had stepped up after Aspen lost her fight with Holly Holm in March at UFC 236. If Yana didnt fight Marion Reneau last time out she would have stepped out she said to fight Aspen. It appears on social media that Yana is asking for September to fight Aspen.

  5. Here is the card for UFC Fight Night 153- Gustaffon vs Smith
    Prelims on ESPN 2 @ 10pm/7pm
    Lightweight Division
    Joel Alvares 15-2: 0-1 vs. Danillo Bellurado 12-3

    Light Heavyweight Division
    Devin Clark 9-3: 3-3 vs. Darko Stosic 13-1: 1-0

    Women's Featherweight Division
    Bea Malecki 2-0 vs. Edudura Santana 3-0

    Lightweight Division
    Nick Hein 14-4, 1NC: 4-3 vs. Frank Camacho 21-7: 1-3

    Lightweight Division
    Steven Ray 22-8: 6-3 vs. Leonardo Santos 16-3-1: 5-0-1

    Women's Bantamweight Division
    12. Tonya Evinger 19-7, 1NC: 0-2 vs. 13. Lina Lansberg 8-4: 2-3

    Welterweight Division
    Bartosz Fabinski 14-3: 4-1 vs. Sergey Khandocho 25-5-1

    Main Card @ 1pm/10AM on ESPN+
    Featherweight Division
    Sung Bing Jo 9-0 vs. Daniel Teymur 6-3: 0-3

    Lightweight Division
    Damir Hadozvic 13-4: 3-2 vs. Christos Giagos 16-7: 2-3

    Featherweight Division
    Makwan Amirhani 14-3: 4-1 vs. Chris Fishgold 18-2-1: 1-1

    Light Heavyweight Division
    11. Jimi Manuwa 17-5: 6-5 vs. Aleksander Rakic 11-1: 3-0

    Light Heavyweight Division
    7. Volkan Oedezmir 15-4: 3-3 vs. 9. IIIr Latifi 14-6, 1NC: 7-4

    Light Heavyweight Division
    2. Alexander Gustaffon 18-5: 10-5 vs. 4. Anthony Smith 31-14: 7-4

  6. Tried watching this on my Smart TVs YouTube app for Dish Network and the audio is out of sync with the video. It seems to be okay when I look at it on my tablet so I don't think you'll have to re-upload it but it is kind of sad that I can't watch it on a full screen for my TV. That's the best way to watch this is on my 55-inch HDTV not on my 10.1 inch tablet LOL

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