Dillon Danis in studio, Tony Ferguson, Renato Moicano, Cédric Doumbé, Dakota Ditcheva, Leigh Wood and Steve Cooper
Before his clash with Logan Paul, Dillon Danis around (8:30) drops by the studio to discuss his ongoing lawsuit with Paul's fiancee, Nina Agdal, the trash talk leading up to the fight, his training with Alex Pereira, drug testing for the fight, the origin of his feud with the Paul brothers, the infamous water balloon incident with Jake Paul, the dark times he went through after getting injured, why the fight is not sanctioned as a pro bout, his face-to-face interview with Logan, John Fury's outburst at the press conference, what happens if he loses, what he'll weigh for the fight, and more.
Leigh Wood around (1:21:57) explains the stakes of his upcoming fight with Josh Warrington, Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper talks about how the two came to work together, Nottingham's tough past season, Wood's rematch win over Mauricio Lara, Cooper on parallel's between the fight game and soccer, Wood's potential future fights, and more.
Renato Moicano around (1:51:58) discusses his new podcast, what the year has been like for him after his recent injury, why he wants Dan Hooker next, Makhachev vs. Oliveira 2, Costa vs. Chimaev, and more.
Cedric Doumbe around (2:26:27) discusses his impressive PFL knockout, his recent wrist injury, the support of Kylian Mbappe and the PSG soccer team at the fight, if he’s the biggest MMA star in France, how he translated himself after the win, the allegations against his coach, the message he sent to his opponent after the fight, the chant before the fight, and more.
Dakota Ditcheva around (2:56:30) discusses her PFL Europe performance, her Erling Haaland celebration, training with her brother, her staredown with Valentina Scatizzi, KSI vs. Fury, Paul vs. Danis, and more.
Tony Ferguson around (3:26:54) discusses his upcoming fight against Paddy Pimblett at UFC 296, his last fight against Bobby Green, why he went back to his old team, how the game has changed, how close he came to coaching against Khabib Nurmagomedov on TUF, mental conditioning, his thoughts on Patrick Pimblett, and more.
GC around (4:05:20) looks back at his most recent pick from the Canelo Alvarez fight.
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