MMAWeekly Radio Monday: John Dodson, Jon Fitch and Steve Magdaleno


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Jon FitchMMAWeekly Radio returns for a big show on Monday with UFC on FX 5 winner John Dodson, UFC 153's Jon Fitch and BAMMA fighter Steve Magdaleno.

John Dodson stops by to talk about his big win from over the weekend, as well as the ‘boo birds’ that were in the crowd that night.

Jon Fitch discusses his last 10 months away from the sport and the difficulties that he’s gone through in that time.

Finally up and comer Steve Magdaleno drops by to talk about his upcoming fight in BAMMA.

Finally guest co-host from Bleacher Report and UFC.com Duane Finley joins the show this week and lands at the debate desk for the following topics:

- Luke Rockhold suffers an injury to an already ailing Strikeforce card. What should Zuffa do about this upcoming Strikeforce show and promotion?
- Who had the most impressive performance at UFC on FX 5 on Friday night?
- Reaction to the handling of the Jeremy Stephens’ situation by the UFC at UFC on FX 5?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Monday, October 8

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