It’s a tumultuous time to be an MMA Analysis host. After the introduction of a new host last week, one of the founding members of the podcast was compelled to return, while another host was so incensed that he vowed this would be his final appearance on the show.
All that and more, on this week’s edition of “As The MMA Analysis Turns…” (because Lance likes soap operas).
The MMA Analysis – UFC 213 and TUF 25 Previews
Parlay – Jordan Johnson & Jesse Taylor (+126)
Alistair Overeem (-130)
The guys reviewed last weekends UFC Fight Night 111 card then broke down this weekends UFC Fight Night 112 card as well as Bellator’s NYC PPV card. The MMA Analysis introduced a new host this week that decided mid podcast to order a pizza for some reason so it was a usual MMA Analysis podcast.
The MMA Analysis – UFC Fight Night 112 and Bellator NYC PPV Preview
Tim Means/Johny Hendricks (+105)
On the MMA Analysis, we are supposed to break down fights, and we kind of do that this week. However, if you listen in to this week’s show, you’ll also hear us #GoingRogue on the pending pugilism between Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Conor McGregor.
Importantly, we touch on UFC Fight Night 111 to get everyone hyped up for the UFC debut of The Filipino Burger King, Carl’s Jr. Dave Thomas. The youngster looks to continue the run of nickname excellence pioneered by Asian fighters like Jumbalaya Tuxedo and Yao’s Ya Boy.
The MMA Analysis #GoingRogue
This week, the MMA Analysis does not have the most inspiring card to look forward to, so Jay, Brad, and Wes take ample time to look back at UFC 212. Specifically, Max Holloway’s impressive title win over Jose Aldo, followed by a look back on what Aldo has accomplished.
Then they break down this weekend’s UFC Fight Night 110, which features Mark Hunt and Derrick Lewis in the main event, the continuation of Dan Kelly’s middleweight title run, and the long awaited UFC debut of Trashcan Mooktarian.
The MMA Analysis – UFC Fight Night 110 Preview
The MMA Analysis returns this week to break down one of the best fights of the year. The UFC Featherweight Title is on the line as Jose Aldo defends his belt against current interim champ Max Holloway. Jay, Brad, and Shaun break down the entire card (T’s and P’s to Wes), especially the highly anticipated women’s strawweight bout between Viviane Pereira and Jamie Moyle.
The MMA Analysis – UFC 212 Preview
Iuri Alcantara ITD (+145)
Deiveson Alcantara Sub (+456) – Half
This week, the MMA Analysis takes an in-depth look at UFC Fight Night 109, which is headlined by the light heavyweight bout between Alexander Gustafsson and Glover Teixeira. The crew also discusses the UFC middleweight division, and the “controversy” over Cris Cyborg punching fellow UFC fighter (who knew?) Angela Magana.
The MMA Analysis – UFC Fight Night 109 Preview
The UFC is back this weekend, so the MMA Analysis returns to preview the massive 14-fight UFC 211 card for you. With tight lines across the board at this event, will our co-hosts find some common ground for a consensus play or two, or will they be split on the fights? You’ll have to listen in to find out the answer to that question. However, the true mystery of this card is why ‘Flash’ Gordon isn’t fighting someone named Ming.
The MMA Analysis – UFC 211 Preview