MMAWeekly Radio Weekend Edition: UFC 152 Recap and Special Guest Tara LaRosa


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MMAWeekly Radio Weekend Edition is back!

The guys return after a long layoff to talk about UFC 152, their thoughts on Jones vs. Belfort and Demetrious Johnson’s UFC flyweight title win.

What did the guys think of Jones’ performance, as well as his recent controversies?  Did he win back some of his fans?  Demetrious Johnson is the first ever UFC flyweight champion and to celebrate, the guys look into the archives and find Johnson’s very first MMA interview ever and play it back.  Also, has Michael Bisping done enough to earn a title shot?  If not, who is next?

Tara LaRosa has been a pioneer in women’s MMA for many years.  She is getting ready to return to action at Invicta FC 3 in just over a week.  Listen to her talk about the issue of finding fights, the popularity of women’s MMA, and why Invicta will succeed where others have failed.

This is MMAWeekly Radio Weekend Edition for Sunday, Sept. 23.

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