MMA’s Great Debate Podcast: Frankie Edgar, Mark Munoz and All New Debate


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Frankie-Edgar-UFC-150-4479MMA’s Great Debate Radio returns with special guests Frankie Edgar and Mark Munoz, as well as all new debate about UFC 168 and possibly the biggest rematch in MMA history.

Today’s topics include:

—UFC 168 will feature Silva vs. Weidman II plus Ronda Rousey. Will this be the biggest pay-per-view in MMA history?

Anderson Silva says his clowning routine is part of the show and it will continue. Good move or bad move?

—Anthony Pettis will replace T.J. Grant to face Benson Henderson. Is this a better fight now than the original match-up?

Cris Cyborg dominated Marloes Coenen over the weekend. Did she truly define herself as the No. 1 women’s fighter with that win?

This is MMA’s Great Debate Radio for Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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