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It was a big weekend in MMA, so why not have a big show? We've got a stacked line-up today with not a moment to spare.
Today on "MMA Nation" we'll be joined by one of boxing's foremost experts and trainers, the legendary Freddie Roach. We'll talk to Roach about Pacquiao vs. Mayweather, training Georges St. Pierre and the bitter relationship between boxing and MMA diehard fans.
Fighting at UFC 115 against CroCop will be upstart Pat "HD" Barry. Barry will join us to talk about his preparation for CroCop, life since the big win over Antoni Hardonk and more.
We'll also briefly check in with UFC Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, Marc Ratner. We will get Ratner's update on the efforts to have MMA fully legalized in Canada, how his Las Vegas office will work with Canada's regulatory office and more.
And, of course, we'll talk everything from last night's UFC 114: Rampage vs. Evans. To help us will be Rami Genauer from FightMetric.com:
- What's next for Rampage? How will he juggle the upcoming promotional schedule for the A-Team?
- Should Diego should return to 155lbs.?
- Is Luiz Cane doomed against southpaws?
- Will Rashad Evans' be able to effectively use takedowns as a weapon in his eventual fight with Shogun?
"MMA Nation" will air tonight 9:00pm EST to 11:00pm EST on 106.7 The Fan. To listen live over the Internet, go to The Fan's website and click "Listen Live".
I'm also on Twitter: @mmanation.
AS A NEW FEATURE: We'll stream the show live over UStream.tv. Here's my channel. I'll embed the live stream player in this post when the show begins. If you want to ask a question for us to answer on air, leave a question in the comments section. We'll get to all of them.
"MMA Nation" is also available by podcast on iTunes. For now, iTunes is disabled, but the show will be posted on the station's website soon afterward. I'll be sure to put a post up when they're ready to go. And when we're back on iTunes, I'll put up a link to that as well.
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Talk to you then.