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Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
ESPN's Ariel Helwani talks to the biggest names, addresses the hottest topics and previews/reviews the most important fight cards from across the world of MMA.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 1,545 ratings
Episode 59
Jerzyxplorer This was one of the best shows in a few weeks. I just love how Ariel tiptoes around certain fighters. Captain Eric got him in check. He doesn’t get flippant with his fighters nor does he set them up. Great show. Platinum Mike Perry is a G
jerzyxplorer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/22/19
MMA Reporters
Like the regular show only worst guests and horrid topics.
Gametime427 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/16/19
Great show
Been listening to the show for a while now and he’s brilliant come from the United Kingdom and love it
jusrtin wright via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/13/19
Recent Episodes
Ariel speaks to McGregor about why he punched a man in an Irish bar earlier this year, his string of recent controversies, the fans turning on him, his hand injury, his relationship with the UFC, his return, Nate Diaz's big win, Khabib Nurmagomedov and much more.
Published 08/23/19
Ariel opens the show by talking with John Branch of The New York Times about his time spent hanging out with Nate Diaz for his recent profile on the UFC star (2:30). Next, John Pollock of PostWrestling.com weighs in on the possibility of Brock Lesnar returning to the UFC and if he thinks the...
Published 08/21/19
Ariel Helwani's MMA Show starts off with a recap of UFC 241. The show's first guest, Cory Sandhagen, then discusses the state of the bantamweight division and why he feels he can take down Henry Cejudo (6:40). Next, on his 37th birthday, new UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic explains how he...
Published 08/19/19
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