MMAWeekly Radio Wed: Joseph Benavidez, Demetrious Johnson, Ian McCall and Court McGee


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Four of the top fighters from the upcoming UFC on FX 2 show join the radio show today with Joseph Benavidez, Demetrious Johnson, Ian McCall and Court McGee all stopping by.

For the three flyweights this upcoming tournament is their chance to prove what the 125lb division is going to be all about and today we’ll hear from 3/4 of the participants.

Also on the show, Court McGee discusses his continued evolution as a fighter and his match-up this weekend with Costa Philippou.

Finally, Damon and Jeff debate the upcoming shows including picks and predictions for UFC on FX 2 and Strikeforce: Tate vs. Rousey

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