Brett Okamoto: [5:26]
Curtis Blaydes: [22:33]
Stephen Thompson: [40:43]
Kevin Lee: [1:15:18]
Kevin Lee returns to Submission Radio to discuss what’s next for him after Anthony Pettis got booked to face Tony Ferguson at UFC 229, Justin Gaethje’s win over James Vick at UFC Lincoln, his feud with Al Iaquinta and the rumors of them fighting at UFC Milwaukee, Nate Diaz vs. Dustin Poirier and the lightweight division title picture, who wins between Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Conor McGregor at UFC 229, rolling with Dillon Danis and the $100,000 challenge, hanging out and partying with Tai Tuivasa and Tyson Pedro and more!
Curtis Blaydes returns to Submission Radio to discuss his rematch against Francis Ngannou at UFC China, how this fight came together and why the Stipe Miocic fight fell through, if he spoke to Miocic about it, how long he’s wanted to avenge the loss to Ngannou, why that fight helped shape his career, his thoughts on Francis’ lackluster loss to Derrick Lewis at UFC 226 and which Ngannou he expects to show up against him, Brock Lesnar getting the title shot against Daniel Cormier and what it says about the UFC and sport of MMA, how he’ll promote himself moving forward, his thoughts on Conor McGregor vs. Khabib Nurmaogomedov and more!
Stephen Thompson returns to Submission Radio to discuss the rumors of him possibly facing Robbie Lawler on the first UFC Fight Night on ESPN card, Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till at UFC 228 and how he thinks it plays out, Kamaru Usman being the backup and if he thinks Till will make weight, the fiasco surrounding his own fight against Till and how he looks back on it, why he’s focusing more on his offensive wrestling now, Nurmagomedov vs. Conor McGregor at UFC 229, the YouTube Red series Cobra Kai, modeling and hanging out with Miss Universe and more!
Brett Okamoto returns to Submission Radio to discuss UFC Lincoln and what’s next for Justin Gaethje after beating James Vick, how likely it is that Nate Diaz ends up fighting Dustin Poirier at UFC 230, Kamaru Usman being the backup against Tyron Woodley in case Darren Till doesn’t make weight, if it’s fair that Woodley may have to face a last-minute opponent, Tony Ferguson vs. Anthony Pettis, if Conor McGregor not fighting Khabib Nurmagomedov after UFC 205 was a good thing considering how big the fight is now, and more!
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