MMAWeekly Radio Tuesday: Charlie Brenneman, Eddie Wineland and Manager Mike Roberts


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UFC on FX 3's Charlie Brenneman, Eddie Wineland and MMA manager Mike Roberts highlight Tuesday’s edition of MMAWeekly Radio along with the best debate in the sport.

The debate topics on today’s show include:

- Frank Mir received a therapeutic use exemption for TRT prior to UFC 146. Does TRT taint a fighter’s legacy in the long run even though it’s legal to use it?
- UFC 147 has received very little fan fare thus far. Should this be a PPV card or put on free TV?
- Rate your interest level in the rematch between Rich Franklin and Wanderlei Silva on a scale of 1-10?
- Brett Rogers signs with Bellator. Good move or bad move on their part?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday, June 5

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