Top MMA manager Ed Soares updates all of his fighters including Anderson Silva, Lyoto Machida, and Jose Aldo on this edition of MMAWeekly Radio. UFC 134 Rio fighter David Mitchell also stops by to talk about his upcoming fight in Rio.

Ed Soares manages some of the top fighters in the sport, and on Tuesday’s edition of MMAWeekly Radio he gives updates on everybody. Soares discusses Anderson Silva’s upcoming title defense in Brazil, as well as his thoughts on Chael Sonnen’s continued verbal assault.

Soares also gives updates on Lyoto Machida, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira, and the rest of his fighters.

UFC 134 fighter David Mitchell also swings by MMAWeekly Radio to discuss his fight in Brazil against Paulo Thiago. After going undefeated for the start of his career, Mitchell tasted defeat for the first time when he debuted in the UFC, but it’s a taste he wants to wash out of his mouth when he fights in Rio this weekend.

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