Your hosts Shak Mahjouri & former UFC fighter, Kajan Johnson are here each week on Saturday’s at 2pm CST as “MMA’s most colorful and entertaining personalities”. They will present you an hour of MMA content, varying from fighter interviews to discussions on current MMA Topics. Shak, along with BE’s consummate interviewer, Nick Baldwin, will also host a “post-show” starting halfway through the podcast.
This week on the show, Tim Means joins the podcast ahead of his fight at UFC Wichita this weekend. Means last faced Ricky Rainey on November 30, 2018 at The Ultimate Fighter 28 Finale, where he won the fight via a technical knockout in round one. Means is scheduled to face Niko Price on March 9, 2019 at UFC on ESPN+ 4.
Tim says he, “has evidence that Diego Sanchez took the Mickey Gall fight to avoid a bout with Means”. The “Dirty Bird” also opens up about his rough upbringing, clashes with step-dads, and trouble with the law. Means also reveals he would be interested in competing in PFL’s $1 million tournament.
Segments can be found as follows:
0:54 - Tim Means on his many short-notice fights
4:29 - Tim Means on his long career
5:25 - Tim Means dishes on UFC discretionary bonuses
9:35 - Tim Means breaks down his beef with Diego Sanchez
16:50 - Tim Means analyzes fouls in MMA
20:30 - Tim Means opens up about his rough youth
26:20 - Tim Means would be willing to fight for PFL
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