05/12/11 RADIO – TUF 13 Extravaganza with Zach Davis, Chuck O’Neil, Charlie Rader, & Lew Polley plus MMA Manager Gary Ib


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Can’t get enough of TUF 13? Well, MMAWeekly Radio has you covered with season 13 fighters Zach Davis, Chuck O’Neil & Charlie Rader plus coach Lew Polley, and an interview with MMA manager Gary Ibarra.

Davis, O’Neil and Rader were all driving to Massachusetts today so they all decided to stop by MMAWeekly Radio to give their thoughts on the latest episode of TUF. Chuck O’Neil even tells how he tried to hit on Octagon girl Brittney Palmer during the coaches challenge.

Also on the show, MMA manager Gary Ibarra discusses the new UFC fighter insurance and how it impacts the sport, as well as giving updates on Court McGee and Nate Quarry.

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