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Ring Psychology: Jeremy Horn on Akira Maeda's Violent Side

Jonathan Snowden talks to Jeremy Horn about his life in fighting. Topics include Japanese MMA, the UFC, and his early days fighting in a warehouse for shady individuals.

Cole Konrad: I Wasn't Impressed With Grabowski's Performance

Bellator Heavyweight Cole Konrad sat down with Jonathan Snowden to discuss his upcoming fight in the heavyweight tournament against Damian Grabowski. The rising star also breaks down what it is like to train with the UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar.

Ring Psychology Exclusive: UFC Star Jim Miller on Jiu Jitsu, a Fight That Made Him Shake in His Shoes, and the Enormous Gleison Tibau

Ring Psychology is back with UFC star Jim Miller. Miller, who fights Gleison Tibau at UFC's Ultimate Fight Night 22 on SPIKE TV Wednesday, talks to Jonathan Snowden about his opponent Gleison Tibau and experiences earlier in his career with Kimbo Slice and UFC champion Frankie Edgar.

Ring Psychology Exclusive: Rich Clementi on Tag Team MMA, His Feud With Melvin Guillard, and How Bellator can Compete With the New Orleans Saints

Veteran fighter Rich Clementi sits down with Jonathan Snowden in a new episode of Ring Psychology. Clementi talks about tag team MMA, why he hated Melvin Guillard, and why the UFC cut him too soon. Clementi headlines Bellator 28 Thursday against prospect Carey Vanier.

Ring Psychology Exclusive: Maximum Fighting Championship Owner Mark Pavelich on Dana White, Georges St. Pierre and His Partnership With HDNet

Maximum Fighting Championship owner Mark Pavelich says he's the second best interview in the sport. Jonathan Snowden puts him to the test with a wide ranging discussion covering topics from UFC President Dana White to his own promotion's next show. Highly recommended.

Ring Psychology: Bas Rutten on Don Frye, Billy Blanks, Street Fighting and His New Status as a Role Model

In the fourth edition of the Ring Psychology podcast, Jonathan Snowden and Dave Walsh are joined by MMA reporter Josh Nason to discuss UFC 118. Then, it's the Bas Rutten show, talking Shark Fights, street fights, and being a role model.

Ring Psychology Exclusive: Miesha Tate Explains Why She'd Rather Be a Small Fish on a Big Card With Strikeforce

Miesha Tate earned a shot at the Strikeforce 135 pound title. If she had her way, she'd fight Sarah Kaufman-and the fight would go down on the main card of a large Strikeforce card, no the main event of a smaller Challengers show. Much more with Tate in an exclusive interview.

Ring Psychology Exclusive: King Mo Lawal Says "F**k the Fans"

Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal joined Jonathan Snowden and Dave Walsh for Ring Psychology this week. The Strikeforce Light Heavyweight champion discussed wrestling, the fans, and why he is wary of fighting in Japan.

Ring Psychology Live Taping: Join Muhammed Lawal, Miesha Tate and the Ring Psychology Crew Tonight

Total MMA author Jonathan Snowden has plunged into the podcasting game with his good friend Dave Walsh from Headkick Legend. Tonight you are welcome to join them live with their special guests Miesha Tate and Muhammed Lawal from Strikeforce.

Exclusive Ring Psychology Interview: Matt Lindland on Chael Sonnen, Strikeforce, and the Ugly Side of MMA

Total MMA author Jonathan Snowden and Headkick Legend founder Dave Walsh talked with MMA legend Matt Lindland and prospect Dave Jansen in the second edition of the Ring Psychology podcast.

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