MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #261: Colby TKOs Tyron, Cowboy & Niko Draw; UFC 253 Preview!

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On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, UFC anchor Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss the action that went down at UFC Vegas 11, where Colby Covington defeated former welterweight champ Tyron Woodley in the main event. They also discuss the majority draw in the co-main event between Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and Niko Price, Khamzat Chimaev’s 17-second KO of Gerald Meerschaert and more. In addition, Karyn and Alan look ahead to the title fights at UFC 253 between Middleweight Champ Israel Adesanya and Paulo Costa and Light Heavyweights Dominick Reyes and Jan Blachowicz!

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26 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #261: Colby TKOs Tyron, Cowboy & Niko Draw; UFC 253 Preview!"

  1. Call the whambulance on KAREN Bryant. Colby destroyed her mind, because he’s living in her head rent free she almost cried for Usman being picked on with some schoolyard bullying . What a Karen not Karyn I’m a colored person and it didn’t bother me at all lol and I’m black and Mexican so I’m double oppressed, and I wasn’t upset lol weak ass people

  2. All lives matter not just 1 race man I hate to see sports with all this bull shit talk anyone remember after the floyed murder an African American murdered a Latin young lady serving in the army? What about that ALL LIVES MATTER!

    • During the exchange he had with Kamaru Usman after the Woodley fight, he asked Kamaru if his tribe sent smoke signals to him and he constantly calls people from Brazil filthy animals. I still like Colby though he’s super entertaining to watch.

  3. Mrs Bryant, maybe we can agree on a few things here. I’ve always respected your work and have long regarded you as part of the beachhead in getting the UFC taken seriously. I once called you a professional victim on IG and I shouldn’t have been so crass. Colbys words immediately following the fight were embarrassing to me as a fan who has always wanted the fighters to maintain a certain level of decency. Tyron was one of my favorite fighters until he hypothesized that MMA fans were racist, and that must be the reason there was a lack of interest In him coming from us. I’ll always respect him and his career but that alienated me from him as a fan. Colbys actions were disrespectful, not only in refusing to touch gloves (which Tyron initiated) but he then refused to be respectful and gracious in his win. As Alan said, the president calling any ufc fighter was pretty cool, as I remember when politicians were calling the sport human cockfighting. But the joy of that was again diminished when Colby asked Usman about his tribe and the smoke signals. i cannot in good conscious support or defend these fighters as they descend into marketing tribalism as as a way to sell tickets.

  4. My thing before this fight was that I pretty much had it in the bag for Colby beforehand. After what he looked like against Burns, I didn't think Woodley had a shot against Colby. Take or leave Colby's likeability, the dude is a boss in there. He's a high level, serious competitor. People have this weird habit of writing him off because of the other stuff that has nothing to do with fighting. What I saw in the 4th round where Colby destroyed Woodley and left him bloody after he turned it up another level was a sight to behold. That was the best round I've ever seen out of the guy. 113 to 2 total strikes, with full control, says it all. I honestly think Woodley should retire. It was even hard to watch the rib injury a bit to be honest. I'm not a huge fan of Woodley, but I respected him as a champ and overall fighter. He earned it. The guy he once was is gone, and I don't think he's coming back; especially not in the murderers row that is the welterweight division. I'm not even sure he beats any guys even in the top ten, and many even in the top 20(after looking at the rankings) with the way he's looked.

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