Another installment of the MMA Tete-A-Tete: Coarsening the Discoursehas arrived. Eugene S. Robinson, author of Fight: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Ass-Kicking but Were Afraid You'd Get Your Ass Kicked for Asking, is Kid Nate's counterpart for this edition.
As always if you enjoy this sort of gum flapping, subscribe to the MMA Nation YouTube channel. Subscribers are the only ones who can watch us shoot these things live.
If you have issues with the video embed here you can always watch it on YouTube.
Please note that the "care/don't care preview" is in no way intended to disrespect the fighters in question and is merely our attempt to evaluate the marketing efforts on behalf of said fighters by the UFC and their management.
Today Kid Nate and Eugene discuss:
- Exactly which 1970's Manhattan disco where Eugene was a dance instructor
- The greatness of Nikita Krylov
- Eugene makes a Camus reference and I'm not talking about Chico
- Bruce LeRoy and whether or not he's someone that Sergio Pettis should lose to
- Jeremy Stephens and whether or not a conviction is required to disapprove of his antics
- Donald Cerrone and "what's money?"
- Is Stipe Miocic vs. Gabriel Gonzaga worthy of broadcast network television?
- Why Josh Thomson is the only friend of Knuckle Up that Eugene enjoys watching take a beating
- and much much more!
- XFC tries to steal WSOF's thunder, issues it's own co-promotional challenge
- UFC Fight Night 38: Shogun vs. Henderson 2 fight card shaping up
- Ronda Rousey says horrific leg breaks like Anderson Silva's at UFC 168 are 'just part of the sport'
- Chuck Liddell's trainer says he tried to get the champ to stop banging but couldn't
- Report: NBC Sports looked to make deal to air Bellator prelim cards