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Midwest Slugfest: How Justin Gaethje deflated James Vick (Heavy Hands #226)

Connor Ruebusch and Phil Mackenzie recap and analyze the (mostly) thrilling results of Justin Gaethje vs James Vick, in Lincoln Nebraska. 

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Last weekend the UFC went to Lincoln, Nebraska, and the result was a night of good old-fashioned corn-fed chaos. This week on Heavy Hands, your beloved hosts discuss all of the best action in detail. Topics include:

  • James Vick’s giant, ponderous defense, and the higher weight class that is so clearly calling him
  • Angela Hill’s controversial loss to Cortney Casey--how we saw it, and what we expect out of both fighters
  • Deiveson Figueiredo announcing himself in the flyweight division with a crushing win over perpetual tough-out John Moraga
  • Eryk Anders, the guy who lost to Machida, is still sort of the dude who lost to Machida. Tim Williams ain’t bad, though
  • A career-best performance from (welterweight) James Krause, Cory Sandhagen’s frankly disgusting determination to win, and more...

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