🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #157: Fedor Scores TKO Win Over Mir; Danis Calls Out Askren At Bellator 198

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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 Bellator 198, where Fedor Emelianenko defeated Frank Mir via first-round TKO in the main event. Karyn and Alan share their reactions to the fight and give their early predictions for the Heavyweight Grand Prix match-up between Fedor and Chael Sonnen. They also discuss the submission victory Dillon Danis scored over Kyle Walker and his subsequent call-out of Ben Askren and they look ahead to UFC 224 and the TUF 27 finale.

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32 Comments on "🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #157: Fedor Scores TKO Win Over Mir; Danis Calls Out Askren At Bellator 198"

  1. Bellator 198 was a good card. The funny part was seeing them trying to extend the card as far as they could. Paramount gave them from 9 PM-1215 AM. Fedor of course def Frank. Emmaunel Sanchez defeated Sam Sicila. Rafael Lovato defeated Gerald Harris. Neiman Gracie defeated Javier Torres. of course at 175 lbs Dillion Danis defeated Kyle Walker. Kyle was 2-4 on a 2 fight losing streak both by submission. He is now 2-5 3 straight sub losses. This was set up for Dillion to win. Coker wants his own Conor McGregor plain and simple. Bellator 199 goes head to head with Amanda vs Rocky. They are in San Jose at the SAP center. Here is the cardBellator Light Heavyweight Champion Ryan Bader vs King Mo non title final quarterfinal fightWelterweight Division Jon Fitch vs Paul DaleyHeavyweight division Cheick Kongo vs Javy AvailaLightweight Division Adam Pichololit vs Carrington BanksFeatherweight Division Aaron Pico vs Lee MorrisonInvicta is back in action Saturday with Invicta Fc 29: Sarah Kaufman vs Kathraina LeitherInvicta FC Bantamweight ChampionshipSarah Kaufman vs Katharina LeitherBantamweight DivisionPannie Kiazad vs Bianca DaimoniFlyweight Division Pearl Gonzalez vs.Barbara Acioly Bantamweight Division Julia Avila vs Marciea Allen Flyweight Division Liz Tracy vs. Cheri Muraski Bantamweight DivisionSarah Kleczka vs. Lisa Spangler Featherweight Division Allison Schmidt vs. Macy Chiasson Strawweight Division Helen Peralta vs. Cheyanne Vlismas

  2. Here is the card for UFC 224- Amanda Nunes vs Rocky Pennington
    Fight Pass Prelims @ 630PM/330PM
    Welterweight Division
    Alberto Mina 13-0: 3-0 vs Razeem Emeev 16-3: 1-0

    Middleweight Division
    Thiago Leites 27-8: 12-7 vs. Jack Hermanson 16-4: 3-2

    Welterweight Division
    Warley Alves 11-2: 5-2 vs. Sultan Altev 14-2: 1-1

    FX Prelims @ 8PM/5PM
    Welterweight Division
    Elizeu Zaleski Dos Santos 18-5: 4-1 vs. Sean Strickland 19-2: 6-2

    Lightweight Division
    Nick Hein 14-2, 1NC: 4-1 vs. Davi Ramos 7-2: 1-1

    Heavyweight Division
    10. Aleskey Oliynyk 55-11-1: 4-2 vs. 14. Junior Albini 14-3: 1-1

    Middleweight Division
    Cezar Ferriera 12-6: 7-4 vs. Karl Robertson 7-0: 1-0

    Main Card on PPV @ 10PM/7PM
    Middleweight Division
    9. Vitor Belfort 26-13, 1NC: 15-9, 1NC vs. 12. Lyoto Machida 23-8: 15-8

    Bantamweight Division
    6. John Lineker 30-8: 11-3 vs. Brian Kelleher 19-8: 3-1

    Womens Strawweight Division
    Amanda Bobby Cooper 3-3: 2-2 vs. Mackenzie Dern 6-0: 1-0

    Middleweight Division
    2. Ronaldo Souza 25-5, 1NC: 8-2 vs. 5. Kelvin Gastelum 14-3, 1NC: 9-3,1NC

    UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship
    c.Amanda Nunes 15-4: 8-1 vs. 2. Raquel Pennington 9-5; 6-2

    • Alan's point was that he'd lost his last 4 fights in the USA. He may have also been remembering the 3 fight losing streak Fedor had before… and I couldn't remember exactly what the record was because I actually think he lost to Maldonado, even though it "officially" counted as a win. Sorry if that misunderstanding threw you off so much…

  3. I love how you guys are dancing around the steroid / PED issue. And I can totally give Bellator a pass for that. They're not trying to be on the level that the UFC is in terms of testing. It's one of those plausible deniability things they don't want to know so they're not asking. Or it was an actual ad for Las Vegas but it said "if everybody has herpes then nobody has herpes" (LOL) and that's kind of like the concept that if everybody has the potential to use PEDs or steroids then it's an equal playing field as if nobody was allowed to use them.

  4. I don't remember where i heard it, but i remember hearing something about people going somewhere in Asia to fight, then their opponent "wouldn't show up" and they would just throw them in against one of those kids with +200 fights, it was just a set up to throw the foreign fighter in there against an "easier" replacement knowi9ng he had tons more experience. I wish i had a link to the video, but it was a while ago. Also RIP Sonnen.

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