Frank Shamrock former Strikeforce and UFC ChampionMMAWeekly Radio closes the book on another week with a big show including MMA legend Frank Shamrock, D.J. Linderman, and World Series of Fighting matchmaker Ali Abdel-Aziz.

Frank Shamrock will talk about his upcoming duties as Glory World Series commentator, as well as his new autobiography, and who he believes is the best MMA fighter in the world today.

World Series of Fighting matchmaker Ali Abdel-Aziz drops by to preview this weekend’s fight card from Las Vegas, and what fans can expect from the promotion in 2013.

Also on the show, World Series of Fighting co-main event competitor D.J. Linderman discusses his fight with Anthony Johnson, and if he minds playing the underdog role.

MMAWeekly Radio is also where debate happens with all new topics today:

- Which fight would make more sense for Jon Jones – Anderson Silva or Junior dos Santos?

- Can a promotion succeed using mostly ex-UFC fighters?

- Fight Picks: World Series of Fighting main even and co-main event–
- Andrei Arlovski vs. Devin Cole
- Anthony Johnson vs. D.J. Linderman

- Who has the biggest shot at an upset on the main card for World Series of Fighting?

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