MMAWeekly Radio Monday: Martin Kampmann, John Albert and Debate in the Sixth Round



MMAWeekly Radio is back for Monday’s show with Martin Kampmann and John Albert joining us as guests, as well as debate in the Sixth Round

Today’s debate topics include a slew of new subjects including:

- On a scale of 1-10 how impressive was Demetrious Johnson’s performance?
- Johnson vs. Benavidez for the flyweight title. As of now, who are you picking?
- Erick Silva wins again. Is he a legit threat at welterweight?
- Dana White said the attendance for Friday’s show ‘sucked’. Is that because of the card or because of a tough Florida market?
- Jose Aldo is the latest fighter to fall out due to injury. How devastating has this injury problem been for the UFC’s summer cards?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Monday, June 11

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