MMAWeekly Radio returns for Tuesday’s show with guests Phil Davis, Chris Camozzi and Joe Schilling as well as the best debate in all of MMA.

Phil Davis talks about his rematch with Wagner Prado, and his mission to get back to the top of the light heavyweight division. Chris Camozzi discusses his upcoming fight as well, and a new mission he’s on to become the new bonus baby of the UFC.

Finally, Lion Fights competitor Joe Schilling talks about his bout this weekend and the growth and expansion of Muay Thai in America.

The debate heats up today as well with special co-host Duane Finley from Bleacher Report, UFC.com and Fight Magazine joining the show.

Debate topics include:

- If Strikeforce really is finished, what will be most remembered about their legacy?
- Should the UFC adopt the entire women’s division or just have one off super fights like Dana White has suggested?
- Who has the best shot of making an impact in the UFC from Strikeforce – Gilbert Melendez or Daniel Cormier?
- DeMarques Johnson released after accepting a short notice bout. Agree or disagree with the decision?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday, Oct 9

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