Your intrepid hosts Connor Ruebusch and Dr. Patrick Wyman are immensely excited about the advent of UFC Fight Week, and as a result we bring you the first of three episodes dedicated to the incredible action scheduled to take place on these three back-to-back-to-back cards, all culminating in UFC 200.

Speaking of UFC 200, we spend a healthy portion of this week’s episode discussing the UFC return of former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar in a segment we like to call Punch/Counterpunch. Patrick makes his case for a Lesnar win, and Connor refutes him with the (obvious) truth that no man, not even Brock Lesnar, can afford to take a “Super Samoan” meteor on the chin.

But before that, we break down the lightweight title fight between champion Rafael Dos Anjos and Eddie Alvarez scheduled to take place on July 4th. Rounding out the show is a little analysis of two of the other highlights of that card, Joe Duffy vs Mitch Clarke and Anthony Birchak vs Dileno Lopes. Fun stuff, and just about too much of it to break down, but we do our best!

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We will be running two episodes during UFC Fight Week in the lead up to UFC 200. Our episode schedule is as follows, including the fights we will be breaking down on each episode:

July 5: Jedrzejczyk-Gadelha, Brooks-Pearson, Choi-Tavares, Aldo-Edgar
July 6: Cormier-Jones, Tate-Nunes, Hendricks-Gastelum, Dillashaw-Assuncao, Mousasi-Santos

We also have available a pair of classic commentary tracks available on our Bandcamp page, Pull up your copies of UFC 100 and UFC 91 and watch along with us as we discuss the action; think of these like MMA Rifftrax, but with more technical analysis and historical perspective to balance out the jokes.

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