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Sunday, Dec 03, 2000

“no Holds Barred” On Eyada Sports,the Week Of December 4-8:all Three Ufc Champions Will Be On This Week!!!

All Three UFC Champions Will Be on This Week!!!

by Eddie Goldman

"No Holds Barred" can be heard every Monday through Friday, 3 to 5 PM New
York time (Eastern Time – U.S.), only on eYada.com (http://www.eyada.com).

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Monday, December 4Mario Sperry has been called by many the world’s best in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Today we talk with him and his manager, Paul Viele. We have postmatch comments from Francisco Neto, Ken Kronenberg, Rodrigo Gracie, and Din Thomas about their superfights at this past weekend’s North American Grappling Championships in Danbury, Connecticut, as well as many other quick takes with a load of participants at this great event. Also we are treated to a talk with none other than Todd Hester, the editor of "Grappling" magazine, about this past weekend’s 10th Annual World Shidokan Invitational in Chicago, Illinois, which featured rounds of bare knuckle karate, kickboxing, and grappling.

Tuesday, December 5Tito Ortiz is the reigning UFC middleweight champion, and he will be putting his belt on the line against Yuki Kondo at UFC XXIX in Tokyo, Japan, on December 16. Today Tito speaks with us. Also, the ubiquitous Kid Peligro, the Pied Piper of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with the Abu Dhabi Combat Club, will be traveling to Raleigh, North Carolina, for this weekend’s International Pro-Am of Grappling and 8-Man Submission Wrestling Challenge for Jimmy V. Today Kid helps us preview that important event.

Wednesday, December 6 — At UFC XXVIII, Randy Couture became the first man to recapture the UFC heavyweight championship. Today we not only speak to him, but also to Matt Lindland, a 2000 Olympics silver medalist in Greco-Roman wrestling who is training with Randy in preparation for his own UFC debut on December 16. We also speak with a newcomer to the ranks of the USWF, Jay Jack, who just captured the middleweight title in that shootwrestling organization on November 25 in Amarillo, Texas.

Thursday, December 7Frank Mullis and Ed Clay are busy with all the last-minute tasks for this weekend’s International Pro-Am of Grappling and 8-Man Submission Wrestling Challenge for Jimmy V in Raleigh, North Carolina. Today they take time out to join us, and we hope also to have some of the competitors in this grappling event on as well. Also, it should come as no surprise that a recent newspaper series has uncovered widespread mismanagement in New York’s Public School Athletic League (PSAL). What might be surprising is that there finally appears to be a group at the helm that is committed to giving our youth the opportunities in this realm that they deserve. Find out all about this today from Jay Findling, the current PSAL wrestling commissioner, and former wrestling coach at Brooklyn’s South Shore High School.

Friday, December 8Pat Miletich, UFC lightweight champion, will defend his title at UFC XXIX on December 16 in Tokyo. Today he joins us from his Iowa training facility, along with training partner Matt Hughes, who will also fight on this card. Also, former HBO executive and chief boxing honcho Lou DiBella has signed a group of U.S. Olympians to make their pro debut at Madison Square Garden on January 27. But is Lou a promoter, matchmaker, manager, agent, or just what for these fighters? Find out all about it today from Lou DiBella himself.

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