Radio (noon ET): Josh Thomson, Matt Brown, Ramsey Nijem, Aubrey Marcus
MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes to the show three fighters from Saturday’s UFC on FOX 7 card: Josh Thomson, Matt Brown and Ramsey Nijem.
We’re also joined by Onnit Labs CEO Aubrey Marcus, who is in studio.
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