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Wednesday, Feb 09, 2011

New FCF Radio with Chris Lytle

UFC 126: Silva vs. Belfort Review, UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch Preview, Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Silva Preview & Chris Lytle

On this episode of Full Contact Fighter Radio, host Jeff “Wombat” Meszaros and co-host James Kellaris debate the issues of “UFC 126: Silva vs. Belfort” where Anderson Silva defended his belt in incredible fashion, knocking out Vitor Belfort with a front-kick to the face that he said he got from Steven Seagal.  Is that insane or what?  What the heck is going on there?  Is that a joke or what?  Tune in and hear the ferocious debate then hang on as we discuss the other issues such as:  Why was Seagal wearing protective-shooting glasses?  Also, what was the deal with the mask that Silva wore to the weigh-ins?  Then it’s time to turn to the fight between Rich Franklin and Forrest Griffin.   Can anything even be said about that?  Not so much, so we move on to chat about Jon “Bones” Jones.  Is he like a character out of Street Fighter 2?  Which one?  What’s going to happen when he fights Mauricio “Shogun” Rua next month?  Opinions vary. 

Then, after a smattering of other statements, we move on and talk about “Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Silva” where Fedor Emelianenko will attempt to end his losing streak of one fight by smashing yet another opponent who suffers from gigantism.  Plus, Andrei Arlovski takes on Sergei Kharitonov.  What’s going to happen there?  Who will they face for the next level of the heavyweight tournament?  Tune in and drink in the info-tainment.  Then hang on as Chris “Lights Out” Lytle stops by to share his thoughts on the Silva/Seagal situation, plus his upcoming fight against Carlos Condit in Australia as well as the rest of the card for “UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch”.  If that isn’t enough of a show to satisfy your hunger for mediocre podcasting then you’re officially unreasonable.

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