This week’s Guests on the show include:
– Stipe Miocic returns to Submission Radio to discuss with destruction of Andrei Arlovski at UFC 195, why yelling at Dana White once wasn’t enough, becoming more popular, scaring Joe Rogan, celebrating and getting way too drunk, if he’s worried that Alistair Overeem will get the title shot before him, if he’d rather Cain Velasquez or Fabricio Werdum, the UFC debuting in Croatia, representing Cleveland, fan interactions, pranking fellow fire fighters, purse shopping for his fiance, and lots more.
– King Mo returns to Submission Radio to talk about his recent string of wins to become the Rizin Heavyweight Grand Prix winner, the experience of celebrating New Years in Japan, his post-fight callout of Fedor Emelianenko, what he thought of Fedor’s comeback performance, if Fedor will take a step up in competition, why he wants to fight Fedor in Dallas and if he’d return to Japan, running into Jon Jones at UFC 195, his thoughts on Robbie Lawler vs Carlos Condit, why he’ll never be a UFC fighter, and lots more.
– Coach Mike Winkeljohn returns to Submission Radio to break down the fight between Carlos Condit and Robbie Lawler at UFC 195, how these wars affect the fighters,, who won the third round, kicks in MMA being underrated, Condit’s talk of retirement and how long it’s been coming, if Carlos will fight again, why Miesha Tate is a dangerous challenge to Holly Holm, other threats in the bantamweight division, Jon Jones’ recent muscle gains and they’ll slow him down, Jones moving to heavyweight, Alistair Overeem in title contention and if he’ll stay with the UFC, and lots more.
– Dave Meltzer returns to the program to share his thoughts and insight on the recent happenings in MMA, including the announcement of Conor McGregor vs Rafael dos Anjos and Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate being set for UFC 197, how this affects UFC 200, where Ronda Rousey stands in the UFC’s plans, why UFC stars have more pull than in the past, the possibility of co-promotion between McGregor and the UFC, if Rizin was an overall success, AJ Styles possibly being in the WWE Royal Rumble, and lots more.