MMAWeekly Radio returns on Monday with UFC on Fox 6 headliner John Dodson, Bellator fighter King Mo Lawal and plenty of debate about UFC on FX 7.

John Dodson joins us to talk about his title fight against Demetrious Johnson, as well as his battle for respect as the flyweights headline their first major card.

King Mo Lawal discusses his move to Bellator and the support they’ve shown him over the past few months, and his expectations for the upcoming tournament.

Finally the debate heats up with all new topics on today’s show discussing fallout from UFC on FX 7:

- On a scale of 1-10, rate the performances of both Vitor Belfort and Michael Bisping at UFC on FX 7?

- What do you make of Vitor Belfort’s bizarre call out of Jon Jones after the fight?

- Do you think Michael Bisping will ever get to a title shot in his UFC career?

- Bisping’s loss leaves Anderson Silva without any next opponent. Who do you believe gets the next shot at Anderson Silva?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Monday, Jan 21

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