Radio (noon ET): Johny Hendricks, Darren Elkins, Emanuel Newton, D.J. Linderman
MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes to the show top UFC welterweight contender Johny Hendricks and fast-rising featherweight contender Darren Elkins.
We also talk to tournament finalist Emanuel Newton about Thursday’s Bellator 94 event, and D.J. Linderman previews next month’s Legacy FC 19 fight with jiu-jitsu ace Robert Drysdale.
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