Bad Boy Presents Bloody Elbow Radio: Mark Pavelich, UFC 127 Preview


Bloody Elbow Radio, presented by Bad Boy, was live Thursday afternoon with special guest host Luke Thomas, Forrest Lynn and Chris Barton. They were joined early in the show by MFC owner Mark Pavelich, who spoke about his "MFC 28: Supremacy" show tonight and also broke the news about his promotion beating the UFC to Ontario, as they will run a show there April 8 at Caesars Windsor.

The crew also broke down UFC 127 with appearances from Matt Bishop and Kid Nate. Later in the show, Thomas had to depart and Lynn and Barton were joined by Jonathan Snowden and Derek Suboticki to discuss the potential of a non- UFC number one fighter and the potential of the UFC losing fighters.

All-in-all, a tremendous edition of the show that you don't want to miss.

Don't forget, Bloody Elbow Radio is sponsored by Bad Boy. Bad Boy, the 2010 World MMA Awards winner for "Best Technical Clothing Brand," can be found at and don't forget to check out the newly-released Mauricio Rua UFC 128 walkout T-shirt. Follow them on Twitter and Facebook and tell them Bloody Elbow sent you.

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Pavelich was a very interesting guest. He talked about the origins of his promotion while previewing his MFC 28 card. Pavelich also discussed the MFC lightweight champion Antonio McKee's future in MMA:

"I don't know, I'm not sure, you'll have to tell me.. You'll have to ask him. Lately, he seems very disinterested, he seems very disassociated from mixed martial arts. That's up to him to decide what he's going to do. I don't think it's right form me to comment because I don't know."

Bloody Elbow Radio returns to the air immediately following the conclusion of "UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch" to review the show.

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