‘Sons of Anarchy’ star and huge MMA fan Theo Rossi highlights Wednesday’s edition of MMAWeekly Radio along with the Sports Lab’s Phil Claud and fighter Ian Loveland.

Beyond playing ‘Juice’ in the popular FX show Sons of Anarchy, Theo Rossi is also a huge UFC fan, and on today’s show he’ll talk about how he got involved in the sport as well as preview season 5 of the outlaw biker show that returns for their fifth season next week.

Sports Lab coach Phil Claud and fighter Ian Loveland also stop by to talk about upcoming fights as well as the Tyson Nam situation happening right now in regards to his potential lawsuit with Bellator Fighting Championships.

Finally the debate heats up on today’s show with all new topics:

- Dana White says he has no regrets in what he said about UFC 151 being cancelled but he doesn’t hate Jon Jones. Do you believe their relationship will ever be the same again?
- Anderson Silva vs. GSP likely next at Cowboys Stadium. Is there any doubt that this will be the biggest fight in MMA history?
- Brock Lesnar vs. Fedor Emelianenko. Rate your interest level in this fight?
- Lyoto Machida and Chris Weidman both missing out on title shots. Who gets the worst end of this situation – Machida or Weidman?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Wednesday, Sept 5

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