MMAWeekly Radio Tuesday: Daniel Cormier, Bas Rutten and the Best Debate in MMA


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Daniel Cormier - Strikeforce Grand Prix ChampionMMAWeekly Radio returns for Tuesday’s edition of the big show with Strikeforce heavyweight Daniel Cormier, “Here Comes the Boom” star Bas Rutten, and the best debate in all of MMA.

Daniel Cormier will drop by to discuss the recent cancellation of the Strikeforce show he was expected to fight at, as well as his expectations for returning in January and who he hopes to face.

Bas Rutten also joins the show to talk about his major starring role in the new Kevin James’ film “Here Comes the Boom” which hit theaters last weekend.

The debate also heats up on today’s show with all new topics including:

- Would your interest level raise in the Ultimate Fighter if Jon Jones was a coach?
- If the Ultimate Fighter ratings continue to decline, will the show be renewed for more seasons after the next one?
- Matt Hughes says he’s now ‘fully retired’. How will Matt Hughes be remembered in the history of MMA and the UFC?
- What fight do you believe will be next for Anderson Silva?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday, October 16

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