Knockout Radio Podcast: Colton Smith, David Vieira, and Sam Hoger


Colton Smith TUF 16 FinaleKnockout Radio returned on May 15 with TUF 16 winner Colton Smith and TUF Brazil 2 competitor David Vieira, as well as Sam Hoger and WWE DVD giveaway.

If you missed the live broadcast, you can now check out the podcast version of Knockout Radio below and listen to the show at your convenience.

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