MMAWeekly Radio Tuesday: Johny Hendricks, Miesha Tate and UFC 154 Debate


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Johny HendricksUFC 154 winner Johny Hendricks, future UFC fighter Miesha Tate and the best debate in MMA lead MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday.

MMAWeekly Radio is where debate happens and on today’s show it’s all about UFC 154:

- On a scale of 1-10 grade Georges St-Pierre’s performance on Saturday night?

- Who should St-Pierre face next – Anderson Silva or Johny Hendricks?

- How did you score the fight between Francis Carmont and Tom Lawlor?

- Should Alessio Sakara have been disqualified in his fight against Patrick Cote?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday, November 20

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