MMAWeekly Radio returns for Wednesday’s show with Strikeforce fighters Josh Barnett and Kurt Holobaugh as well as the best debate in all of MMA.

Josh Barnett will talk about his final Strikeforce fight and his expectations for the future including thoughts on returning to the UFC.

Late notice replacement Kurt Holobaugh discusses his decision to take a fight against Pat Healy, and his preparation for the last minute fight.

Finally the best debate in MMA hits the ground running with all new topics:

- New TUF cast revealed for new night but do you think we will see new results in terms of ratings and interest?

- Pat Healy says he got the impression that if he didn’t fight at the final Strikeforce show he wouldn’t be brought into the UFC – fair or foul?

- What is the most defining moment in Strikeforce’s history?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Wednesday, Jan 9

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