UFC 154 winner Johny Hendricks, future UFC fighter Miesha Tate and the best debate in MMA lead MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday.
MMAWeekly Radio is back for Tuesday's show with former Strikeforce women's champion Miesha Tate as well as Muay Thai world champ Ryan 'The Lion' Madigan.
The Great MMA Debate Podcast goes all-in for UFC 171, previewing the event, and welcoming Johny Hendricks, Jake Shields and Myles Jury to the show.
Tune in Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 6 p.m. EST as Knockout Radio returns with Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney, UFC fighters Johny Hendricks and Ryan Bader, TUF 16's Mike Rio, and TUF 17's Josh Samman.
MMAWeekly Radio returns for the final show of the week with UFC champ Demetrious Johnson, Joseph Benavidez, and debate surrounding UFC 156.
MMAWeekly Radio returns for Tuesday's show with UFC 156 fighters Jon Fitch and Ian McCall as well as the best debate in MMA.
MMAWeekly Radio returns for Monday's show with UFC 156 headliner Frankie Edgar along with the best debate in MMA focusing on the fallout from UFC on Fox 6.
MMAWeekly Radio closes out the week with a big show including UFC on Fox 6 fighter Erik Koch plus Lion Fight’s Kevin Ross and Gregory Choplin plus plenty of UFC on Fox 6 debate. Erik K...
MMAWeekly Radio returns on Tuesday with UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson plus new blood fighters Tyler King and Brian Camozzi plus the best debate in MMA.
After a day off, MMAWeekly Radio returns with a stacked show for Thursday with guests including Tarec Saffiedine, Michael Chandler, Rick Hawn and Javier Vazquez.
MMAWeekly Radio returns for Tuesday's show with UFC on Fox fighter Anthony Pettis, Bellator champ Pat Curran and the best debate in all of MMA.
Tuesday's edition of MMAWeekly Radio features the main event from Strikeforce this weekend with Nate Marquardt and Tarec Saffiedine stopping by as well as the best debate in MMA.
MMAWeekly Radio returns for Monday's show with TUF Finale fighters Matt Mitrione and James Head as well as plenty of debate following the fallout from UFC on Fox 5.
With a first round knockout over Martin Kampmann at UFC 154, Johny Hendricks proved without a shadow of a doubt that he is the true No. 1 contender at welterweight.
Johny Hendricks once again used his power to score a quick KO and establish himself as the UFC's No. 1 welterweight contender.