On this edition of BRR, Fernando Gonzalez rejoins the show to talk about his return to the cage and win after a year lay-off. He also hints at a new fight that he's hoping to announce in the near future. Cody Stamann, fresh off a UFC 235 victory, talks about the state of the bantamweight division and who he sees himself fighting next in the UFC
On this edition of Between Rounds Radio, the guys talk about two big fights coming up in the New England area.
First up is Tom Pagliarulo, who will be facing Zac Richard for the vacant NEF featherweight title in April. Tom talks about his career so far and how he'll take the title back with him to New Hampshire after the next NEF card.
Plácido Carl Santos also talks about filling in against Jon Manley in the main event of Ammo Fight League's big card this weekend in Springfield.
The guys also talk about the most recent PPV and the recent arrest of Conor McGregor.
It's a big UFC show as we talk to UFC welterweight Zak Ottow again on the program about his upcoming fight on ESPN+ 4 from Wichita and his contract situation with the UFC. The guys also welcome back Hunter Homistek, formerly of FloSports and MMAFighting, now the Director of Marketing Content at DK Sports Pittsburgh, as he spoke about who he thinks will win the big UFC 235 PPV this weekend
We prepare for a big upcoming Ammo Fight League card on March 16th in Springfield, MA by talking with the brains behind the promotion, Bill Vigil and Krystyne Curtis. Both talk about how the promotion got started and discuss some of the big fights fans can expect down at the Big E on St. Patrick's Day weekend. Connor Barry, who will be fighting on the card that night, also joined the show to talk about his last fight and what the future holds for him in 2019. He also dishes on his recent proposal.
The guys also talk about the latest in the UFC and the rest of the MMA world
Two big regional fighters join the Between Rounds Radio crew on this edition of the program.
John Douma, coming off a huge win for Bellator against Michael Kimbel, joins the show to talk about the experience and what's next for him with the promotion. Dan Cormier talks about his upcoming fight for the Ammo Fight League promotion and his move back to strawweight. Cormier is as confident as ever that he'll pick up the win on St Patrick's Day weekend.
The guys also talk about GSP and the recent UFC on ESPN card.
Two big fighter interviews on this edition of the show as Anthony "Rocco" Martin is back on the show (along with a special appearance from his girlfriend Kayla Harrison) to discuss his highly anticipated bout, and long-time guest Fernando Gonzalez also returns to talk about his next fight and contract status.
The guys also speak about the big Bellator weekend and talk about whether we ever see DC/Stipe II or the Diaz brothers fighting in the octagon in the near future.
Another new edition of the show comes your way as the guys break down all the great fights from earlier in the month at New England Fights, and also preview the upcoming Ammo Fight League card in March.
One of the NEF standouts, Jake Bagley, joins the program to talk about his amateur debut and picking up an impressive decision victory in the BRR Fight of the Night. They also speak with undefeated women's amateur fighter Alyssa Marini who will be fighting for AFL in March, going up against Glory Watson.
The second live show from the Sea Dog in Bangor is here as the guys preview NEF 37, and talk about upcoming fights with the fighters of Young's MMA.
On this edition, Ricky Dexter talks about his long awaited return to the cage and doesn't hold back with his confidence leading up to Friday night. Also joining the show is Catie Denning who dishes on merchandise and trying to get back into the win column, and Fred Lear previews one of the toughest fights of his MMA career as he tries to become a double champ in the NEF. Josh Harvey and Rob Kiah also join the show with the former making some remarks on what his opponent Bill Jones had to say about him last week.
The first of two live shows from the Sea Dog in Bangor as the guys preview NEF 37, and talk about upcoming fights for the fighters of Young's MMA.
On this edition, Coach Chris Young speaks about all his competing fighters and dishes out the insight on how he feels his team will fare. He also talks about how the fights came together and what his Friday night looks like cornering so many fighters. Carl Langston returns to the show to talk about his scrap for Combat Zone on Saturday and getting ready for his walk back into the cage. Finally, Glory Watson joins the program to speak about her busy schedule and previews her two fights for New England Fights and the Ammo Fight League in the next few months.
A massive edition of Between rounds Radio comes your way this week with the legendary Jon Fitch, CES champion Tony Gravely, and Matt Probin, who will be making his Bellator debut in February.
Fitch speaks about his big match-up coming up for Bellator and discusses what still needs to happen to get MMA fighters a bigger payday, comparable to other major sports. Gravely talks about defending his title, competing on UFC Fight Pass, and what the future holds for him in 2019. Probin tells us how the Bellator deal got done and officially announces his opponent for the February 15th card.
The guys also talk about the maiden voyage for the UFC on ESPN and ESPN+, and pick the fights for the card