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Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza the submission master talks about his submission victory over Bristol Marunde at Strikeforce: Tate vs Rousey. He displayed improved stand up and dominated the fight in every phase.
Josh Thomson Pre Fight Interview - KJ Noons March 3 @ Strikeforce: Tate vs Rousey MARCH 3, 2012 / NATIONWIDE ARENA, COLUMBUS, OHIO, watch on Showtime More info on MMA2DAY SHOW: http://pennyjomma.net/listenlivetomma2dayshow/
Hear Kim explain how she tries to make MMA a better sport for all. MMA2DAY SHOW interview with MMA’s first female referee Kim Winslow.
Miesha Tate on Ronda Rousey: ‘I don’t think she belongs here and I am going to do everything in my power to send her to the back of the line’ Penny Buffington - PennyJoMMA Miesha Tate speaks in depth about Ronda Rousey: “She is very controversial the way she markets herself. She gets people interested by saying things that pisses people off or makes people laugh. That is kind of her marketing standpoint and she is really disrespectful in a lot of ways which I am not a fan of. Personally I value this sport as a sport. I do understand it is entertainment, but you know, I have so much love and respect for it, and the athletes who do it, that I would never want to straight out disrespect someone or go out there and talk trash. Because I have the most respect for everyone who steps in the cage regardless. It takes a certain kind of person to do that and for her to say something like Georges St Pierre is not good for the sport just goes to show how new and ignorant she is to this whole thing. She kind of comes on with this miss know it all attitude. She thinks she knows everything about marketing and she is just very self entitled and she really talked herself into this title fight. It was more her mouth than anything else: more than her wins or skill set or whatnot, that really got her this spot. And I don’t agree with that. I don’t think she belongs here and I am going to do everything in my power to send her to the back of the line.” Tate the Strikeforce bantamweight title holder also said about the March 3rd bout, ” I don’t think that Strikeforce expects me to win actually.” There is much more… Listen to the interview with MMA2DAY Show.
MMA fighter turned trainer Brad Daddis discusses the recent Bellator tryouts at his gym, the sport's growth, developing fighters, and rising prospects.
Last Night Trevor “Hot Sauce” Smith put his 5 fight win streak on the line at StrikeForce against Gian Villante in the 205lbs division. Trevor Smith was hit early and went to the canvas. As per his fighting style, Smith takes a lot of damage in his fights, but always seems to recover well. Smith had taken a few unanswered blows to the head as he attempted to get a leg and reverse the position. All of a sudden, upon attempting to reverse the position, referee Kim Winslow jumped in and stopped the fight. Smith was in mid transition of positions and actually working to improve his position when the fight was stopped. Later in the night, after having stopped this fight early, referee Kim Winslow then stopped the bout between King Mo and Lorenz Larkin late. Larkin took several punches unanswered after already going limp. The winner King Mo, was very outspoken afterwards about the horrible late stoppage. In this interview, Smith contributes the late stoppage as an attempt for Referee Winslow to make up for the early stoppage in his fight. Unfortunately, two wrongs do not make a right and both bouts ended in controversy. Here what fighter Trevor Smith says in regards to the bout below. His camp will file for a no contest and the fighter believes that referee Kim Winslow “Has no business in the sport.” For someone to work as hard as Smith has and to lose the momentum of a 5 fight win streak in this fashion is rather poor and unfortunate. (SOURCE: MMAPRIME.TV)