Prepare yourself -- the typical MMA Tete-A-Tete: Coarsening the Discourse video series has undergone a vile and unsavory transformation. The sole semblance of order and organization on the show, Kid Nate, is officially on hiatus whilst acclimating his newborn child to the world, leaving tangent-fueled provocateurs Dallas Winston and Knuckle Up's Eugene S. Robinson to man the controls of this fire-breathing machine.
The dashing but disheveled duo present 60-Minute Chaos, a confusing perplexity of scatter-brained banter that's vaguely centered on mixed martial arts; specifically, for this episode, we discuss The Perfect Storm of MMA events in the following days. Topics that are clearly defined but erratically deliberated in our debut iteration include:
- Tonight's Bellator 95 event on Spike TV, which features featherweight champ Pat Curran defending against Shahbulat Shamhalaev, tournament finals in the middleweight division (Brett Cooper vs. Doug Marshall) and the featherweight class (Mike Richman vs. Magomedrasul Khasbulaev), and the Judo-centric welterweight clash that pits Karo Parisyan vs. Rick Hawn.
- Friday morning's One FC: Kings and Champions show from Singapore (main event starts at 7:00 a.m. ET), which is headlined by a lightweight championship bout between Shinya Aoki and Kotetsu Boku and also unrolls the Bantamweight Grand Prix semifinals (Jens Pulver vs. Masakatsu Ueda, Thanh Vu vs. Kevin Belingon).
- Another early riser in the UFC on Fuel TV 9 from Stockholm, Sweden, which kicks off on Facebook at 10:30 a.m. ET followed by the 6-piece main card on Fuel TV at 2:00 p.m. ET. There, Strikeforce crossovers Gegard Mousasi, who takes on late replacement Ilir Latifi in the main event, and Ryan Couture, who draws Ross Pearson, will make their Octagon premieres.
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