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 a half hour or so of MMA content, varying from fighter interviews to discussions on current MMA Topics.
This week on the show, Kajan Johnson and Shakiel Mahjouri answer the question: Who has more to gain at UFC 240, Max Holloway or Frankie Edgar? The hosts also debate the top ten greatest lighterweight fighters, Kajan offers analysis on footwork in MMA and what it’s like to do an Ayahuasca Ceremony, and more...
- 1:15 - Alberta’s passionate MMA scene
- 7:00 - Who has the most to gain at UFC 240?
- 11:00 - Who are the top ten greatest fighters - lightweight and under?
- 14:25 - What is the difference between a black belt and a brown belt in BJJ?
- 17:45 - Breaking down Dominick Cruz and Alex Caceres’ footwork (UFC San Antonio)
- 22:40 - Kajan Johnson explains what it’s like to do an Ayahuasca Ceremony
- 29:15 - Previewing ‘Donald Cerrone vs. Justin Gaethje’
Who has the better chance of upsetting their opponent at UFC 240?
This poll is closed
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*Intro/Outro music for the audio broadcast has been provided by OxBow, starring Eugene S. Robinson.