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UFC 285 is in the books, and boy, did Jon Jones make it look easy. Jason gives his initial reaction to what happened last night and has a trio of fighter interviews as he’s joined by Joe Solecki, Lisa Mauldin, and Marquel Mederos. more
It’s finally a Jon Jones fight week and the guys get you ready for Saturday’s UFC 285 in the mid-week edition of the show. The guys preview the entire fight card and give their picks for the title fights on Saturday’s UFC pay-per-view. Before they ge... more
Where would you rank Yaroslav Amosov in the welterweight division? Jason touches on this question and has a four-pack of fighter interviews (Nate Ghareen, Fran Collins, Darren Whitney, and Jesse Butler) in this edition of The MMA Report Podcast. more
The MMA Report with Jason Floyd (also with Daniel Galvone on pre/post event editions) is a high quality addition to any MMA fan's media experience. Jason provides relevant and informative perspectives on current happenings within the mixed martial arts community. He also provides up-to date news and event dates related to most regional promotions. more
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The MMA Report launched 9 years ago and published 150 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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