On this week’s Shameless MMA, the crew talks with recently retired UFC vet and owner of Training Mask Sean Sherk. We are also joined by World Series of Fighting standout and rising star Justin Gaethje. Hot topics include a preview of UFC 165, Jason “Mayhem” Miller’s self destruction, and a look back at episode 2 of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rousey vs. Team Tate.
All this and more on Shameless MMA!
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