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Friday, Dec 24, 2010

New FCF Radio with Jim Miller

On this episode of Full Contact Fighter Radio, it’s time to review the last-ever World Extreme Cagefighting where Anthony “Showtime” Pettis took the WEC belt from Ben Henderson with a performance that will go down in the history books. Will anyone ever be able to do that same jumping kick again?  Was it a one-time thing? How many people have injured themselves trying to do that same thing by bouncing off unstable surfaces? These are just a few questions to ask.  Also, what is up with Dominic Cruz vs. Scotty Jorgensen?  Was that a vivid re-enactment of child abuse? Now what will happen with the WEC fighters heading to the Ultimate Fighting Championship; where Pettis will fight the winner of Gray Maynard vs. Frankie Edgar for the UFC belt?  Tune in and hear all this; plus valuable tips on how to do all your Christmas shopping in one hour no matter how many people you have to shop for.  What’s the secret?  Here’s a hint: Don’t care much about what you get them. 

Speaking of not caring, if Kazushi Sakuraba keeps fighting, he’s going to die but Dream doesn’t care and they’re throwing him into the ring again; this time against Marius Zaromskis on New Year’s Eve.  Also, word is Alistair Overeem is fighting Todd Duffee on the same card.  What’s going to happen there?  Is this the first time that an MMA fighter has won the K-1 Grand Prix Tournament Championship?  Or is Overeem basically a kickboxer who has had an awful lot of success in MMA?  Hear these questions ferociously debated and catch the rest of the Dream card, which also features Shinya Aoki, Bob Sapp and Josh Thomson vs. Tatsuya Kawajiri. 

Then, hang around as Jim Miller stops in to chat about his recent win in the octagon and his thoughts on the WEC and UFC merger, plus the upcoming lightweight title fight.  Ho ho ho.  It’s a stocking stuffed with MMA info-tainment.

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 1:38 pm
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