Nick Diaz is in the Las Vegas jail, Frank's ACB broadest partner Bryan Lacey, & RIchard is resurrecting ghosts form his childhood. Along the way, Frank offers a very candid revelation about a past loss.
Frank returns from The UK to go in depth on UFC & Bellator breakdowns of upcoming fights. Richard sets up in the dressing room of Poison to talk to drummer & Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt Rikki Rockett about martial arts & rock and roll. Cody Garbrandt calls in to talk about his new book detailing the special bond he has with a young cancer survivor that helped propel him to the UFC bantamweight title.
Bellator featherweight Aaron Pico calls in to discuss his fight this weekend at Bellator 199. Frank gives his thoughts on the rumored comeback of UFC hall of famer Chuck Liddell, and the guys share some funny Liddell stories from back in the day.
It's a hard core MMA edition of the show, as the guys preview this Saturday's double header of fight cards. Frank gives his in depth analysis on Amanda Nunes, Kelvin Gastelum, and why the Belfort/Machida fight should be elevated to main event status. Frank also explains why he thinks that this weekend's Ryan Bader/King Mo match up is the most intriguing of the opening round contests in Bellator's heavyweight grand prix tournament. The guys also discuss the promotional debut of Jon Fitch in the co main event against a disgruntled Paul Daley. Other news & notes around the sport are discussed to round out the show.
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These are Frank Mir's first public comments following his loss to Fedor Emelianenko at Bellator 198. Frank talked to his Phone Booth Fighting podcast co host Richard Hunter about the fight, what went right & what went wrong, & where he plans to go from here.