The only real-ass Bellator review from your real-ass Bellator boy.
We kick back and talk about the real weeb stuff
We discuss the dual paths of football hooliganism and bushido.
We discuss the billion finishes on the UFC 261 card and revive a great bit.
Featuring the most complete human being in MMA.
But who had the sharper hands?
This is a youtube-boxing podcast now.
We examine the sequence of events that led to Demetrious Johnson fighting a man seventy pounds heavier than him.
Also the actual main event between Sodiq Yusuff and Arnold Allen.
We try to squeeze a good ten minutes out of the return of Bellator.
He's not just big, now he's patient and had six months of sprawl training.
And would a Tyron Woodley main event save the day?
The worst main event of the year and a disqualification due to "too many headbutts."
Just a disaster from top to bottom.
It's a great match up, it's a decent card, but it's probably not going to get many eyeballs.
We talk about Aljamain Sterling winning the bantamweight belt on a disqualification and other assorted weirdness.
Fist of the Hanged Man vs The Last Stylebender
Cyril Gane very slightly outworked Jairzinho Rozenstruik, and Jimmie Rivera and Pedro Munhoz traded calf kicks for 15 minutes.
And how does that striking hold up against a Derrick Lewis bus driver uppercut?
Also the contest for most katamari-like fighter.
Also Bellator is trying to be good now.
Against our better judgement, we get excited for yet another Overeem title run.
Why is no one talking about this right hook though?
Let's talk about this fight before it's too late