Unfiltered: Nunes, Volkanovski, Hall & UFC 232 Recap

The Women’s MMA GOAT, Amanda Nunes, joins the show and talks to Jim and Matt about becoming the UFC Women’s Featherweight champion at UFC 232, executing her gameplay perfectly against Cris Cyborg, fighting at Bantamweight or Featherweight next, how she celebrated her historic win, and much more. Before that, Uriah Hall calls in and discusses his come-from-behind KO victory over Bevon Lewis at UFC 232, dedicating the fight to his sister, needing to be angry to fight, and more. Finally, Alexander Volkanovski joins the show in the wee hours of the morning in Australia to talk about his impressive performance against Chad Mendes at UFC 232, wanting to fight Max Holloway, Frankie Edgar, or anyone above him in the rankings next, Israel Adesanya vs. Anderson Silva, and more. Plus, the guys break down all the awesome action from UFC 232 and review their picks.
Full Episode Uriah on dedicating his UFC 232 fight to his sister Uriah on using his anger to become laser-focused Amanda saw Cyborg “lose her mind” when she landed her first kick Amanda on the moment she finished Cyborg Amanda plans on defending her Women’s Bantamweight title next Alexander on pressuring Chad Mendes until it eventually got to him Alexander on fighting Frankie Edgar in “the battle of the hobbits” with the winner fighting Max Holloway for the Featherweight crown
Saturday, January 19
Brooklyn, New York


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