If you could match any fighter with any sponsor, what would make the most sense? Brock Lesnar and Budweiser? CM Punk and Pepsi? The Diaz brothers and animal rights? We attempt to pair the fighter and the cause.Read More →

On today’s podcast, we’ll discuss former NFL All Pro Greg Hardy winning his pro debut on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series. What’s next for him and what does it mean? We’ll get into it. Plus, we’ll discuss all of the results from UFC 225, potential changes by White to the weigh-ins and more. This is the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat with Luke Thomas.Read More →

On today’s podcast, we’ll discuss the retirement of Michael Bisping, the UK’s first UFC champion. What did he accomplish in his career and what can we say about it? We’ll discuss. We’ll also look at the results from UFC Liverpool: Stephen Thompson vs. Darren Till. We’ll also look ahead to UFC Utica and more. This is the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat with Luke Thomas.Read More →

At UFC Liverpool, Darren Till was awarded the unanimous decision victory over Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson. It was a controversial call, but was it the right one? In this episode of the podcast, we’ll explain why a scorecard for either fighter is justifiable, but only if the process by which it is obtained is done the right way. This is the Monday Morning Analyst with Luke Thomas.Read More →

UFC and ESPN have agreed to a $1.5 billion agreement for an all-inclusive television deal for five years. The worldwide leader in sports will get UFC for five years, 30 events per year plus much more. We’ll discuss every inch of this agreement. Plus, UFC Liverpool is this weekend. We’ll look ahead to the main event between Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson and Darren Till. This is the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat with Luke Thomas.Read More →

At UFC Chile, Tatiana Suarez put on a dominant display against Alexa Grasso, scoring a first-round submission win. In the post-fight interview for FOX, she was asked if she liked the comparison of being the female Khabib Nurmagomedov (she did). In this edition of the podcast, we’ll explore to what extent that are overlaps and what else we can learn about Suarez’s grappling dominance. It’s the Monday Morning Analyst with Luke Thomas.Read More →

UFC 224 is in the books and we’ll recap all the action including Amanda Nunes’s win over Raquel Pennington, Lyoto Machida KO’ing Vitor Belfort and more. We’ll also get into a discussion of cornering in MMA and how it can be improved. UFC Chile: Demian Maia vs. Kamaru Usman is Saturday, so we’ll take a look ahead to that and much more, including Chuck Liddell coming out of retirement. This is the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat with Luke Thomas.Read More →

Yair Rodriguez is no longer with the UFC. UFC President Dana White released him on Friday after, apparently, becoming frustrated with his lack of willingness to accept fights, time off and a tweet White seemed to take exception to. Rodriguez hadn’t fought since UFC 211 when he lost to Frankie Edgar, his only loss inside the organization. They wanted the Mexican featherweight to face Zabit Magomedsharipov at UFC 227, but Rodriguez, for whatever reason, didn’t appear interested.Read More →