MMAWeekly Radio returns for Tuesday’s show featuring blistering interviews from both Michael Bisping and UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz.

Bisping will talk to us today about his upcoming fight with Brian Stann, as well as other middleweights in the division like Chris Weidman, Alan Belcher and others.

Also, UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz drops by to discuss his new management company as well as his recent Twitter comments to UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.

And MMAWeekly Radio is where debate happens with all new topics including:

- What super fight would you be more interested in seeing – Silva vs. GSP or Silva vs. Jon Jones?

- Daniel Cormier said he would rather drop to 205lbs than fight teammate Cain Velasquez. Right move for Cormier?

- Dana White says MMA needs instant replay. Would instant replay be effective in MMA?

- Bellator holding back several high profile fights for Spike TV. Is this the right move or the wrong move?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday, Sept 11

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