MMAjr Radio w/ guest co-host Robin Black, Jason House / Marlon Vera, Brad Pickett and Fernando Gonzalez

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Josh Hedges|Zuffa LLC|Zuffa LLC

EPISODE 48: MMAjr Radio, hosted by Nick Baldwin and special guest co-host Robin Black, is back for your listening pleasure. Guests: Jason House and Marlon Vera — Iridium Sports Agency CEO Jason House and his client, UFC bantamweight Marlon Vera, come on the show to discuss the controversy in Vera's fight with Davey Grant this past weekend, Marion Reneau's split decision loss, and much more. Brad Pickett — UFC bantamweight Brad Pickett returns to the program to discuss his first win since 2014 this past weekend over Francisco Rivera, the new American Top Team gym, contemplating retirement, and much more. Fernando Gonzalez — Bellator 151 co-headliner Fernando Gonzalez stops by to discuss his upcoming bout against Gilbert Smith this weekend, fighting for the welterweight title this year, UFC fighters signing with Bellator MMA, and more. Discussion Topics: UFC Fight Night 84 — UFC Fight Night 84 took place live from London, England this past Saturday and in the main event, Michael Bisping upset former champ Anderson Silva by unanimous decision in the evening's Fight of the Night. Also on the card, Gegard Mousasi got back into the winning column with a dominant win over Thales Leites. UFC 196 — UFC 196 takes place live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas this weekend and features a non-title 170-pound clash between featherweight titleholder Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz. The card also includes a women's bantamweight championship bout between Holly Holm and Miesha Tate. Listener Questions — Nick and Robin round out the show by answering questions submitted by listeners. Social Media: Nick Baldwin: @NickUFC Robin Black: @RobinBlackMMA Jason House: @IridiumSports Marlon Vera: @ChitoVeraUFC Brad Pickett: @One_Punch Fernando Gonzalez: @MenifeeManiac44 Listen: iTunes: HERE Stitcher: HERE


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