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  1. Old school Tim Means vs Spencer Fisher. Two things. 1) you’ve got to listen to the commentary for the crazy Means stories. And 2) this both reminds me how much I enjoyed watching Spencer Fisher, and also makes me sad to remember the struggles he’s going through these days. Loved watching him when I first got into MMA though. One of the unsung heroes from the formative years of the Lightweight division.
  2. The UFC must’ve given up on using Nick Diaz as a human sacrifice for Khamzat Chimaev. Rockhold is saying he still wants a fight this summer against a ranked Middleweight.
  3. There’s No Chance In Hell.
  4. Earl Hebner to his friend Bret Hart. November 9th 1997. Montreal.
  5. I was often left befuddled at things like the above. You’d turn it on one Saturday and go ‘oh, Anvil’s in WCW now!’ Or the time Scott ‘Flash’ Norton was just mowing through jobbers in seconds on Worldwide in mid 93 and seemed to be being primed for a monster run. Then nothing. He just disappeared. It was years and years before I knew the story of him refusing to lose to Sting at Slamboree and pissing off back to Japan. Not getting the PPVs or Clashes over here didn’t help with keeping up with comings and goings either. I have fuzzy memories of a cracking Windham vs Regal match from that
  6. Have you got to the Colossal Kongs, Ice Train and Charlie Norris yet? Where are you watching Worldwide actually? Is it on the Network yet? Wouldn’t mind going through some of that stuff again.
  7. On the same night that Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will tangle for a third time, the UFC returns to Vegas with this lot… ESPN+ MAIN CARD Cory Sandhagen vs TJ Dillashaw Raphael Assuncao vs Kyler Phillips Randy Costa vs Adrian Yanez Shamil Abdurakhimov vs Chris Daukaus Maycee Barber vs Miranda Maverick Punahele Soriano vs Brendan Allen ESPN+/FIGHT PASS PRELIMS Aspen Ladd vs Macy Chiasson Ian Heinisch vs Nassourdine Imavov Darren Elkins vs Darrick Minner Julio Arce vs Andre Ewell Sijara Eubanks vs Priscila Cachoeira Trevin Jones
  8. Really enjoyable show, I thought. Zombie vs Ige was a good fight. Didn’t think it was quite as one sided as the commentary made it sound but Zombie won fairly clearly and looked great. Ige was in it more than they made it sound and the rounds were pretty much all competitive. Wasn’t a complete domination but Zombie definitely got the better of it. Really strong, complete performance from him and a great way to rebound from that Ortega loss. He’s been talking about fighting Max Holloway next and I’m all for that. I thought they were just going to rebook Holloway vs Yair Rodriguez for
  9. Maybe they’re not rescheduling this Max Holloway vs Yair Rodriguez fight after all. Giga Chikadze is saying he’s been offered the Yair fight. Wouldn’t have quite the magic Max vs Yair had but I’d be up for this. Can see Yair not going for it though. After so long out, I’m not sure he’ll fancy a really risky fight against a lesser name like Chikadze.
  10. Haven’t listened to the whole thing yet but RJ Payne’s got a new album out. Really liking this track with Ransom off it. He’s got features from Redman and Inspectah Deck among others on there as well, which I haven’t heard yet. And production from Havoc, Stu Bangas and Nicholas Craven. And while I’m here, Action Bronson’s been busy.
  11. I knew there was a reason Zenk’s name popped into my head first!
  12. Gerald Meerschaert’s old man was a fine specimen. The bloodhound came from good stock.
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