MMAWeekly Radio closes out the week with Mike Dolce, Tyrone Spong, Darren Elkins and Brandon Bender as well as plenty of all new debate topics.

As an added bonus, coach and nutritionist guru Mike Dolce calls in to join the debate for the first topic of today’s show.

Today’s debate swirls around UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre:

- Firas Zahabi says Nick Diaz “deserves” a title shot against GSP more than Johny Hendricks. Agree or disagree?

- Do you believe GSP will defend his welterweight title next or fight Anderson Silva?

- Ronda Rousey fires back at GSP’s comments towards women’s fighting. Do you agree with her assertion about his opinion on women’s MMA?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Thursday, November 29


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