It’s been 5 years since MMAWeekly founder Ryan Bennett passed away and tonight the show he created pays tribute to the Hitman.

Ryan was a vital part of the MMA community and anyone that knew him, loved him, and his passing hit the sport very hard. Now 5 years after his passing, friends, co-workers and family pay tribute to Ryan to show just how much he still means to everyone in the business.

Featured on tonight’s special tribute show are UFC President Dana White, UFC executive and former WEC owner Reed Harris, former MMAWeekly Radio co-host Frank Trigg, Yves Edwards, Pete Spratt, Jens Pulver, Cole Escovedo and more.

Click here to continue reading MMAWeekly while listening to this podcast

Right-Click Here to Download MP3 of this episode

Subscribe via iTunes

view original article >>

Report here if this news is invalid.

Related News

Remembering Ryan Bennett: Interviews with Chuck Liddell, Joe Rogan, BJ Penn and Yves Edwards

  • 27 days ago
  • 12 views

Upon the 10th Anniversary of his death, we remember MMAWeekly.com co-founder Ryan Bennett with some classic interviews. read news >>

The Rebirth of Dominick Cruz

  • 24 days ago
  • 10 views

UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz has been through the wringer. In the past five years, he's suffered four major injuries. After the first round of issues, he spent three years on the shelf. Th read news >>

Rockhold-Bisping: The real show is tonight at UFC 199

  • 24 days ago
  • 7 views

The war of words has been fun, but the real show is tonight when Luke Rockhold and Michael Bisping fight in the Octagon at UFC 199. read news >>

Kevin “Kimbo Slice’ Ferguson Dead at 42

  • 21 days ago
  • 798 views

Kevin "Kimbo Slice" Ferguson has passed away in a Florida hospital. Bellator MMA president Scott Coker confirmed the news on Monday evening. He was 42. read news >>

Joseph Gigliotti Hoping RFA 39 Leads to a UFC Debut

  • 11 days ago
  • 3 views

Following a nearly year-long layoff, middleweight prospect Joseph Gigliotti returned to MMA this past January and picked right up where he had left off in 2015. read news >>

Jon Jones Content at 205 Pounds, Would Consider Moving Up for UFC Heavyweight Title Shot

  • 19 hours ago
  • 69 views

Despite past talk about moving to heavyweight, as UFC 200 approaches, Jon Jones currently finds few compelling reasons to make the move. read news >>