MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #205: Cejudo + Shevchenko Win Big At UFC 238! Ferguson/Cowboy Ends With TKO

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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 238, where Flyweight Champ Henry Cejudo defeated Marlon Moraes to capture the vacant Bantamweight title in the main event. They also discuss the head kick KO Flyweight Champ Valentina Shevchenko landed on Jessica Eye in the co-main event, and the great-while-it-lasted scrap between Tony Ferguson and Cowboy Cerrone. In addition, Karyn and Alan share their thoughts on wins scored by Tatiana Suarez, Aljamain Sterling and Katlyn Chookagian.

UFC 238: Henry Cejudo On Moraes Title Fight, P4P Rankings, Dating Nikki Bella + Chael’s Advice

UFC 238: Tatiana Suarez Talks Nina Ansaroff Fight, Champ Andrade, Waterson As A Title Contender

UFC 238: Aljamain Sterling On Munhoz’s Pre-Fight Smack Talk, Early Retirement + Cejudo vs Moraes

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MMA H.E.A.T. is a headline-making production company dedicated to covering the emerging sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Hosted by FOX Sports anchor and former CNN anchor, Karyn Bryant, our content ranges from intimate fighter interviews, to event coverage (UFC, Bellator, WSOF, RUFF), to technique instruction and beyond. Success in MMA is the result of four core elements: Heart. Endurance. Aggression. Technique.™ Our unique magazine style series celebrates all of these pieces of the MMA fighting puzzle in a way that fans love. MMA H.E.A.T. is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and operates worldwide through partnerships and affiliates. It was co-founded by Wade Eck and Karyn Bryant.

41 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #205: Cejudo + Shevchenko Win Big At UFC 238! Ferguson/Cowboy Ends With TKO"

  1. I will try to express my point of view as respectful as possible, lets say it how it is COWBOY REALLY QUIT GUYS, lets be honest and genuine and truthful to the viewers as media I don't think there anything wrong with quitting when it's clearly not ur night and clearly the opposition is much much superior to you which tony was, it is absolutely the most smart thing to do is to live to fight another day especially as a father and as husband and there is no shame in that.

  2. UFC 238 was a damn good card. They got backed into a happy accident. I think the winner of Liz Carmouche vs Roxanne Modafferi should get the next shot at Valentina. Liz has won 4 of her last 5 fights. Her only loss was a split decision to Alexis Davis in her Womens flyweight debut. Plus in 2010 she beat the shit out of Valentina to the point the doctor had to stop it. Roxy last time we saw her beat Valentinas sister Antonina in April. It writes itself. Tatiana Suarez has done enough to get a shot. Dana is only digging at Michelle cause even though she won 3 in a row she is ranked #7 as of June 3rd. They havent been updated to my knowledge. Karyn and Alan could do a whole podcast based on Danas conference cause the crap that comes out of his mouth is something.

  3. There is no UFC card this week. Next week on June 22nd its UFC Fight Night 154: Moicano vs The Korean Zombie
    whole card will be on ESPN+
    Prelims at 4pm/1pm
    Bantamweight Division
    Andre Ewell 14-5: 1-1 vs. Anderson Dos Sanots 20-7: 0-1

    Middleweight Division
    Bruno Silva 19-6 vs. Deron Winn 5-0

    Women's Flyweight Division
    Molly McCann 8-2: 1-1 vs. Ariane Lipski 11-4:0-1

    Heavyweight Division
    Allen Crowder 10-3, 1NC: 1-1 vs. Jairzinho Rozenstriuk 7-0: 1-0

    Lightweight Division
    Matt Wiman 16-7: 10-5 vs. Luis Pena 6-1: 2-1

    Featherweight Division
    Dan Ige 11-2: 3-1 vs. Kevin Aguilar 17-2; 2-0

    Main card at 7pm/4pm
    Womens Strawweight Division
    Ashley Yoder 6-4: 1-3 vs. Syuri Kondo 6-2: 1-2

    Middleweight Division
    Alessio Di Chiricio 12-2: 3-2 vs. Kevin Holland 14-4: 2-1

    Women's Flyweight Division
    10. Andrea Lee 10-2: 2-0 vs. 11. Montana De La Rosa 10-4: 3-0

    Welterweight Division
    Bryan Barberena 14-6; 5-4 vs. Randy Brown 10-3; 4-3

    Bantamweight Division
    10. John Lineker 31-9: 12-4 vs. 12. Rob Font 16-4: 6-3

    Featherweight Division
    5. Renato Moicano 13-2-1; 5-2 vs. Chan Sung Jung 14-5; 4-2

  4. Triple C. Corny, Cringy, Cash-Strapped. It makes me wonder how good of a manager Triple A is? Henry after every fight as of late is asking for a raise and/or more money. It makes it look like Ali is getting big fights for his fighters but for pennies on the dollar. If Henry has issues with his pay he needs to take it up with his agent imo. I'm tired of hearing him complain about pay right after a win.

    • Ali is a moron of a man. I heard he was the reason why One Championship allegedly wanted an agent program. I think the owner didnt want to deal with Ali cause the list is smaller of who he doesnt represent than he represents.

  5. You could put KB in a potato sack and she would look amazing. Those glasses look nice but on the video parts where she wore them to me there is a bit of glare and they cover her eyes. Regarding what Joe Schilling said on Instagram. I kind of agree with him. The shot after the bell no matter the intention impacted Cowboy's Nose. Yes Cerrone shouldn't have blown the nose but still the shot there impacted things. TBH I wanted a point taken away from Tony despite me being a fan of El Cucuy. To me Tony and Cowboy should run it back when Tony gets the title.

  6. People forgot at the last 10 seconds of round 2 Rogan said, "Cowboy's eye has swollen shut." So the late punch didn't cause it to close, it was already swollen shut then the corner was able to bring the swelling down enough to where Cowboy had a Chinese eye barely peeking open and Cowboy brought it back twice as worse when he blew his nose.

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