Colby Covington | Gilbert Burns | Lance Palmer | Angela Magana | Jeremy Kennedy | Juan Adams | Bobby Moffett
May 23, 2019
Colby Covington is back to bring some ‘Chaos’ and discuss a plethora of topics. He’ll give us the latest developments on the inevitable showdown against Kamaru Usman and detail why he believes Kamaru is taking a page out of Tyron Woodley’s playbook. We’ll also hear Colby’s thoughts on some big upcoming fights at welterweight, what conditions he would fight longtime teammate Jorge Masvidal, and Covington issues a challenge to Mike Perry. Plus, a side of Colby you’ve never heard as he discusses his upbringing and clears the air of some common misconceptions.
Gilbert Burns returns to the show to recap his win at UFC Sunrise a few weeks back and discusses his frustrations of finding a top-ranked opponent willing to sign a contract against him. We’ll also hear Gilbert’s thoughts on some of his teammates upcoming fights, and who exactly ‘Durinho’ would hand pick for his next fight.
Lance Palmer joins us to discuss the second PFL season and breakdown the biggest challengers in the bracket, as well as preview his fight for the opening round. We’ll also recap his success in the inaugural PFL season and why he believes that was the first of many championships he’ll be capturing. We’ll also discuss Palmer’s move to New Jersey to work with Mark Henry, Frankie Edgar, and company.
Angela Magana gives us the details of the scary situation she faced months ago when the UFC veteran went into a coma during a much needed surgery, and how she plans to bounce back. While she does intend to return to MMA this year, Magana also has Olympic ambitions with the Puerto Rico wrestling team. We’ll discuss all that and more with ‘Her Highness.’
Jeremy Kennedy breaks down his PFL debut and discusses the chain of events that led the UFC veteran to become a better martial artist and seek different opportunities for his career. With his sights now set on a PFL title and the million dollar prize, we’ll get Jeremy’s thoughts on the competition in his bracket and why he believes this season is his for the taking.
Juan Adams returns following the announcement that he’ll be facing Greg Hardy in San Antonio, Texas on July 20th. Juan has been campaigning for a shot at the controversial Hardy, and even went so far as to rally his fanbase to get a hashtag trending that was less than flattering to the former Dallas Cowboy. Now with the fight finally booked, we’ll discuss the matchup in depth and get to the bottom of ‘The Kraken’s’ detest for Greg.
Bobby Moffett is back to recap his disappointing loss to Bryce Mitchell at UFC Nashville and discuss the adjustments he’s making to ensure he never leaves a fight in the hands of the judges going forward. Although ‘The Wolfman’ did receive a bonus for his efforts that night, the large stack of cash doesn’t make up for his first loss in the promotion, and he looks to get back in the win column as soon as possible.<<< Back to BJPENN.COM