Radio (noon ET): Steven Marrocco, Joey Oddessa, Joey Diaz, Tiffany Van Soest


tiffany-van-soest.jpgMMAjunkie.com Radio today breaks down Saturday’s UFC 158 event with MMAjunkie.com staff reporter Steven Marrocco and oddsmaker Joey Oddessa, and comedian Joey “CoCo” Diaz also gives his picks for the card.

We also chat with Tiffany Van Soest about her muay Thai fight tonight in Las Vegas. Fighters are 28-5 when doing MMAjunkie.com Radio on fight day.

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