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MMAWeekly Radio Wednesday night features 4 of the top fighters from the upcoming TUF finale show this weekend.

Both main event fighters, Anthony ‘Showtime’ Pettis and Clay Guida stop by the show to discuss their match-up as well as their title aspirations.

Ed Herman and Tim Credeur will square off at the TUF 13 finale, but they first meet on MMAWeekly Radio. Both Herman and Credeur have had a pretty crazy last 12 months, and tonight they share their stories.

Closing out the show will be NAAFS fighter Travis Clark who fights this weekend, and he’s considered by many to be the next rising star to come out of the Buckeye state.

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