Radio (noon ET): Ryan Couture, Josh Burkman, Todd Duffee, Bibiano Fernandes


ryan-couture-11.jpgMMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes to the show UFC and Strikeforce vet Ryan Couture, who joins us in studio.

We also catch up with WSOF 6 headliner Josh Burkman, UFC heavyweight Todd Duffee and ONE FC 11 headliner Bibiano Fernandes.

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