We recap the surprisingly better than it should have been UFC 228.
Hold onto your jimmies, it's a Valentina heavy episode.
We welcome those lapsed Gaethjians back to the church, with a healthy helping of SHAME.
We discuss the memelicious James Gallagher fight, Darion Caldwell, Marvellous Marvin Hagler, and some other nonsense.
We discuss the end of the Demetrious Johnson era, TJ vs Cody, and everything that has happened while Jack has been away on the beach.
We revel in Jose Aldo's heart-warming victory over Jeremy Stephens, rant about 12-to-6 elbows, and look forward to UFC 227.
With Rizin 11 and a banging UFC Fight Night on the door step, our hero considers Alvarez vs Poirier, Kyoji vs Sakuraba Jr., and whether Jeremy Stephens is still the world's most overrated finisher.
E'rybody sad this week as Anthony Smith steamrolled the aged Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua, but there was some joy to be had in the discovery of a new, slimmer version of Kelvin Gastelum.
Scott Coker produces something that is both delicious and nourishing, and our hero glugs it down.
With UFC 226 in the books, we examine Daniel Cormier's marvellous career and explain why he is definitely better than Cain Velasquez and maybe Fedor.
After performing a fight dance for two weeks, the fight gods have summoned up a card so solid that not even a bus full of fighters getting injured could stop it from being great. We examine UFC 226 in all its glory.
We plonk ourselves down on the mat and talk about all the retirements and Bellator announcements while we wait for fighting season to start back up.
Our hero discusses the hot new fight between Quinton Jackson and Wanderlei Silva, and also other less desperate stuff.
Robert Whittaker and Yoel Romero fought themselves another all-time classic banger of a fight and we get to talk about it.
We lose our shit over the upcoming mega card that is UFC 225, with just enough time for it to all fall through before Saturday night.
We discuss the underwhelming Thompson vs Till bout, Bellator 200, and the career of the now retired Michael Bisping.
We banter about Darren Till versus Stephen Thompson, Bellator 200, etymology and shitty British period dramas.
Two grapplers are going to awkwardly bang it out on the feet in Santiago, Chile, and Alexa Grasso gets another chance to make the hype train to leave the station.
We get hype for the idea of Tito versus Chuck III and moan about fighters not unionizing.
We look forward to a weekend full of fights and take questions on guns and guard passers.
We discuss Bellator 198, Rizin 10, ACB 86, Karate Combat, and everything that happened in a fortnight without the UFC. We also slag off rings for a while.
We discuss Lee vs Barboza, Fedor vs Mir, and the beginning of the end for Bellator.
We recap the early fight of the year candidate between Justin Gaethje and Dustin Poirier.
We discuss the assumed fight of the year - Justin Gaethje vs Dustin Poirier, and some strange news about the UFC, ESPN and NBC.