MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #166: DC Knocks Out Stipe! UFC 226 & TUF 27 Finale Wrap-Up

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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 226 on July 7, 2018 and the TUF 27 Finale that took place the night before. They react to Light Heavyweight Champ Daniel Cormier’s KO win over UFC Heavyweight Champ Stipe Miocic, the frustrating heavyweight fight between Francis Ngannou and Derrick Lewis and Mike Perry’s win over the incredibly tough Paul Felder. They also talk about wins from Anthony Pettis, Khalil Rountree and Paulo Costa before moving on to the TUF main event between Israel Adesanya and Brad Tavares. Karyn and Alan also share their thoughts on TUF 27 winners Brad Katona and Mike Trizano.

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25 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #166: DC Knocks Out Stipe! UFC 226 & TUF 27 Finale Wrap-Up"

  1. Since there was no podcast this week, here is the card for UFC Fight Night 134-Shogun vs Lionheart on May 22Prelims on Fight Pass @ 1030AM/730AMBantamweight DivisionDamian Stakiak 10-5: 2-3 vs. Liu Pinguyan 11-5Light Heavyweight DivisionJeremy Kimball 15-7: 1-2 vs. Darko Stostic 12-1Bantamweight DivisionManny Bermudez 11-0: 1-0 vs. Davey Grant 10-3: 1-2Prelims on FS1 @ Noon/9AMLight Heavyweight DivisionJustin Ledet 9-0, 1NC: 3-0 vs. Aleskander Rakic 9-1: 1-0Featherweight DivisionNad Narimani 10-2 vs Khalid Taha 12-1Welterweight DivisionEmil Weber Meek 9-3, 1NC: 1-1 vs. Bartosz Fabinski 13-2: 2-0Lightweight DivisionNick Hein 14-3, 1NC: 4-2 vs. Damir Hadozvic 11-4: 1-2Main Card on FS1 @ 2PM/11AMLightweight DivisionNasrat Haqupast 8-2: 0-1 vs. Marc Diakese 12-2: 3-2Welterweight DivisionDanny Roberts 15-3; 4-2 vs. David Zawada 16-3Heavyweight Division9. Marcin Tybura 16-4: 4-3 vs. 13. Stefan Struve 28-10: 12-8Middleweight DivisionVitor Miranda 12-6; 3-3 vs. Abu Azuilar 13-1-1, 1NCLight Heavyweight Division3. Glover Teixeria 27-6: 10-4 vs. 9. Corey Anderson 10-4; 7-4Light Heavyweight Division8. Mauricio Rua 25-10: 9-8 vs. Anthony Smith 29-13; 5-3

  2. UFC Fight Night 133- Dos Santos vs Ivanvov is a good card that isnt getting any love due to it being the first card after International Fight Week. Fight Pass Prelims @ 630PM/330PMWomen's Strawweight DivisionJessica Aguilar 19-6: 0-2 vs Jodie Esquibel 6-3; 0-1Flyweight DivisionMark De La Rosa 9-1: 0-1 vs. Elias Garcia 4-0Womens Flyweight Division7 Liz Carmouche 11-6: 3-4 vs. Jennifer Maia 15-4-1Fox Sports 1 Prelims @ 8PM/5PMFeatherweight DivisionKurt Holobaugh 17-4, 1NC: 0-1 vs. Raoni Barcelos 11-1Flyweight DivisionJustin Scoggins 11-4: 4-4 vs. Said Nurmaddegov 11-1Featherweight Division10. Darren Elkins 24-5: 14-4 vs. Alexander Volkanovski 17-1: 4-0Bantamweight Division13. Alejandro Perez 20-6-1: 6-1-1 vs. 15. Eddie Wineland 23-12-1: 5-6-1Main Card on Fox Sports 1 @ 10PM/7PMWomen's Bantamweight Division6. Cat Zingano 9-3: 3-3 vs. 7. Marion Reneau 9-3-1: 5-2-1Featherweight Division12. Myles Jury 17-2: 8-2 vs. Chad Mendes 17-4; 8-4Featherweight DivisionDennis Bermudez 16-8:9-6 vs. Rick Glenn 20-5-1: 2-2Welterweight DivisionZak Ottow 16-5: 3-2 vs. Sage Northcutt 10-2: 5-2Heavyweight Division8. Junior Dos Santos 18-5: 12-4 vs. Blagoy Ivanov 16-1, 1NC

  3. Nice surprise to get this podcast with Karyn and Wade getting back from IFW in Vegas. LOL! Dana was talking at the press conference like DC has no fans and deserves respect. DC has respect. Stipe was under appreciated as World Heavyweight Champion. DC deserves all the nice things he gets. I was so happy for him. He is 39 and showing that he can still kick butt when most fighters his age in the UFC tend to slow down. He was funny when he told Karyn and the boys that when he comes back to work he wants everybody at FS1 to literally bow down to him. LOL! I know he is joking but would love to be a fly in the wall when DC comes back to work. Stipe is such a cool dude. He put up with everything he did in the build up to DC. Even though he lost, he didnt want to blame it on outside influences aka Ryan Marie, his wife, is due ANY second. In case you didnt know, 3. Alexander Volkov was on stand by for this fight. He weighed 236 lbs. I think there was fear would Stipe make it to the fight knowing that Ryan Marie could deliver any second. I could be wrong but DC had Stipe in the clinch and from my point on the tv screen, looked like he got in some accidential poke in the eye with the open glove with no warning. Guys like Curtis Blaydes and Sean O Connell were flat out pissed with the WWE moment. It was like Dana was desperate 2 fold with this fight 1. He couldnt find nobody to beat Stipe and got DC to do it and 2. Brock getting the first crack at DC and jumping the line. He robbed Peter to pay Paul. The thing that pissed me off no fight of the night at UFC 226. Paul Felder and Mike Perry hands down fight of the night. It was a great 15 minutes and I dont think Paul's stock took too much of a hit. Also with Uriah Hall vs Paulo Henrique Costa, there were like 2 or 3 eye pokes but no warning from the ref. Hell the ref was stalling by tying his shoes.

    Paulo is now calling out #3 Chris Weidman who has to be PISSED cause The Ultimate Fighter cycle 28 is Robert Whittaker vs Kelvin Gastelum. TUF was a good night. Although some media was pissed off cause of the pacing. Fridays coverage started at 6PM and got over at 240AM. I was wondering how KB, KFlo and Bisping lasted almost 9 hours. Fans wanted a 4th round with the LIghtweight finals. Joe Gianneti had the easiest path to the finals and basically lost it in my opinion. He shouldnt get a 2nd chance with the UFC. The fact that Luis Pena got injured was the reason he made the finals IMO. Brad Katona winning may start to show other fighters From SBG Ireland off. The reason why cause its all about Conor. I hated the fight of the night, It was Alex Cacares vs Martin Bravo. To me fight of the night was hands down Roxanne Moddaferi vs Barb Honchak. So proud of Roxy to get her first UFC win. She shows that she belongs at Womens Flyweight.

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