Urijah Faber dating

Jaslyn Faber is the wife of the famous Hall of Fame UFC fighter Urijah Faber. Born on July 21, 1991, Faber is 29 years old. Jaslyn is the daughter of Michael and Janine Ome. Jaslyn also has a brother named Logan. Faber is dating UFC fighter Urijah from 2018 and they have a daughter named Cali Rayne Faber, born on March 14, 2019. Urijah Faber: Girlfriend, Dating, Family & Friends Urijah Faber has been in a relationship with Kristi Randel since 2015. We don't know much about Randel except that she is an instructor at TEAMride and is very fond of dogs. Urijah Faber Net Worth, Income & Salary In 2020 Urijah Faber Net Worth. As of July 2020, Urijah Faber’s net worth is $10 million. The fighter earns a handsome amount from his matches in UFC. He also earns Royalty from his books. Rumors and Controversy/Scandal. Urijah Faber involves in a controversy with Conor McGregor. Urijah Faber‘s Wiki. Urijah Faber was born on 14 May 1979 in Santa Barbara, California, USA. He was raised by his parents, Theo and Suzanne Faber alongside his siblings; an older brother Ryan and a younger sister, Michaella Tastad, as per the wiki. Urijah stands at the height of 5' 6' (1.67 meters) and a weight of 61.23 kg (135 LBS). Urijah Faber with his girlfriend and daughter on 2 January 2020 (Picture: Urijah’s Instagram) Urijah and Jaslyn enjoy the family bliss with the arrival of a beautiful daughter named Cali.On the occasion of Christmas Eve 2018, Urijah, aged 39, shared the joyous news of expecting a child from his girlfriend Jaslyn through his social sites. Urijah Faber Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Bio, Dating, Facts September 8, 2020 Urijah Faber is an American former mixed martial artist. It is remarkable to note that he fought as a bantamweight and featherweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is known as one of the sport’s pioneers for establishing legitimacy ... Jaslin, Playboy’s Miss April 2013, started dating Urijah Faber in 2018; they welcomed their beautiful daughter Cali Rayne Faber on March 14, 2019. Thus far these two are not engaged yet, but they are engaged! Urijah Faber: Expecting A Baby. Yes, You read that right. The love birds are indeed expecting a baby in the mid-October 2020. The duo started open about dating each other in 2018. On March 14, 2019, The love birds welcomed their first child, a daughter, Cali Rayne Faber. Image: Urijah Faber along with his fiance as their daughter

Urijah Faber: "UFC keeps offering me fights and sends out some dates and possible opponents. Let's see what they throw at me but I'm never going to shy away from a good opportunity, especially during this coronavirus. Cash is king right now and it might be a good time to snap up on some cash."

2020.04.03 07:19 tranypanda7 Urijah Faber: "UFC keeps offering me fights and sends out some dates and possible opponents. Let's see what they throw at me but I'm never going to shy away from a good opportunity, especially during this coronavirus. Cash is king right now and it might be a good time to snap up on some cash."

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2019.09.03 06:51 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: MMA top posts from 2014-04-09 to 2019-09-02 16:01 PDT

Period: 1972.62 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 398281
Rate (per day) 0.51 201.86
Unique Redditors 570 73157
Combined Score 6288959 16066994

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 138893 points, 16 submissions: metanoia09
    1. Ryan Hall every time he wins (39670 points, 1057 comments)
    2. That time when GSP met Arnold Schwarzenegger backstage after UFC 167 (25506 points, 641 comments)
    3. Henry Cejudo whenever he's given some air time (14283 points, 1028 comments)
    4. Fighters' reaction to Masvidal's KO of Askren (9921 points, 759 comments)
    5. Tony Ferguson pushes the camera away to get a better look at Cowboy (5796 points, 234 comments)
    6. Gastelum & Adesanya meet again for the first time 3 months after their war in the octagon (via Izzy's IG story) (4760 points, 298 comments)
    7. A Papakha Story: Khabib and Joe Rogan (4747 points, 377 comments)
    8. Cody Garbrandt lets his emotions get the best of him as he decides to swing like a madman and just trade shots with Pedro Munhoz (4657 points, 377 comments)
    9. That time when GSP and Robert Whittaker met backstage after UFC 217 (4331 points, 243 comments)
    10. Reporter: Tony, Dana said you would need to be evaluated before you come back to the octagon. Did that actually happen? Tony: I think he needs to be evaluated. We need to check his head, man. I don't know how many Interim title fights he could try to make me f*****g fight. (4041 points, 428 comments)
  2. 135389 points, 26 submissions: suzukigun4life
    1. Dana White: Khabib Nurmagomedov will not be stripped of title for role in UFC 229 brawl (15555 points, 2061 comments)
    2. Joe Rogan on Conor McGregor's bus attack incident: "It's a disgrace... It's crazy, it's pathetic, it's disgusting. I hate it. I hate that it happened caused by a guy I love. I'm a giant Conor McGregor fan. To see him step out this badly, really, really upsets me." #UFC223 (10737 points, 1390 comments)
    3. Every ligament in Thiago Santos' left knee is torn, and so is his meniscus. He also sustained damage in his right knee (9008 points, 1255 comments)
    4. On this day 12 years ago, Scott Smith took a brutal body shot from Pete Sell and was on the verge of defeat. As Sell was about to go for the killshot, Smith took a hail mary shot and knocked Sell out, pulling off one of the best comebacks in MMA history (7721 points, 257 comments)
    5. Adesanya: It came down to the wire...we both put in on for the culture of fighting. You know me and I know you now, this is the fights movies are made of, that 5th round was some legendary shit. It was only possible cuz I had a man as tough as @KelvinGastelum to dance with. So thank you KG (6071 points, 547 comments)
    6. Khabib on title contenders: "Right now, Dustin and Tony on the line. Other guys? Nobody deserve. Conor is not on the list. Last time he win, 2016. Come back and fight with someone and deserve this. No problem. But right now, a lot of tough and good opponents who have good win streak, they deserve.” (5677 points, 921 comments)
    7. GSP on Nate Diaz: “You see a lot of guys try to mimic other guys that are more successful, in terms of their platform. It doesn’t work for a lot of them because they’re not authentic. But Nate is very authentic. He is a unique person and a unique character. That’s why people love him so much.” (5306 points, 317 comments)
    8. [Stipe on Twitter] Congrats to DC. Didn’t get the chance to say it in the cage, but lets dance again and get a rematch before you call it a career. Thx to my coaches and team. Being the greatest heavyweight in UFC history is a career-long journey and doesnt end here. I’m more motivated than ever! (5091 points, 669 comments)
    9. Stipe Miocic: ‘F*ck yeah’ I’m the greatest heavyweight in UFC history (5006 points, 950 comments)
    10. On this day 2 years ago, Nate Diaz submitted Conor McGregor at UFC 196, giving Conor his lone UFC loss to date (4624 points, 743 comments)
  3. 119629 points, 20 submissions: MagnumPear
    1. [Spoiler]Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier (14034 points, 4321 comments)
    2. If the UFC had a series finale (13531 points, 552 comments)
    3. MMA - A Beautiful Ride (9143 points, 729 comments)
    4. A relatively unknown name to keep an eye on this weekend at UFC 212: Paulo Borrachinha is a 26 year old undefeated MW prospect, 9-0 with 9 first round finishes. He is also absolutely jacked. (6832 points, 894 comments)
    5. [Spoiler]Michael Johnson vs. Justin Gaethje (6623 points, 2011 comments)
    6. [Spoiler]Bellator: Fedor Emelianenko vs. Matt Mitrione (6621 points, 1463 comments)
    7. NSAC approve use of 8oz gloves for MayweatheMcGregor (5875 points, 1412 comments)
    8. A Victory for Friendship (5806 points, 491 comments)
    9. Ralph Gracie decides not to touch gloves with Takanori Gomi, gets KO'd in 6 seconds (the fastest finish in Pride history) (5762 points, 367 comments)
    10. [Spoiler]Michael Bisping vs. Kelvin Gastelum (5450 points, 2112 comments)
  4. 117910 points, 18 submissions: FuzzyWuzzyMooMoo
    1. [SPOILER] Jorge Masvidal vs. Ben Askren (32743 points, 8492 comments)
    2. [SPOILER] Valentina Shevchenko vs. Jessica Eye (7122 points, 1614 comments)
    3. [SPOILER] Ryan Hall vs BJ Penn (6152 points, 1051 comments)
    4. [SPOILER] Edson Barboza vs. Justin Gaethje (5988 points, 1574 comments)
    5. [SPOILER] Ben Askren vs Robbie Lawler (5930 points, 3748 comments)
    6. [SPOILER] Francis Ngannou vs. Cain Velasquez (5880 points, 2737 comments)
    7. [SPOILER] Junior dos Santos vs. Francis Ngannou (5801 points, 1990 comments)
    8. [SPOILER] Urijah Faber vs. Ricky Simon (5585 points, 1084 comments)
    9. [SPOILER] Israel Adesanya vs. Kelvin Gastelum (5201 points, 1704 comments)
    10. [SPOILER] Rose Namajunas vs. Jessica Andrade (5020 points, 2967 comments)
  5. 116593 points, 21 submissions: blonders1
    1. Sage Northcutt has his first ever full sugar soda at a concert. (13063 points, 795 comments)
    2. [Spoiler] Main event winner calls out person in crowd, they storm the cage and engage. (9587 points, 497 comments)
    3. Barboza's reaction when asked does he want to continue into round 3 against Khabib. (7901 points, 450 comments)
    4. [Spoiler] Don't telegraph knees. (7274 points, 265 comments)
    5. This Erick Silva gif is at the top of imgur right now. (6870 points, 401 comments)
    6. Mighty Mouse showing the determination and perseverance that made him a champion. (6095 points, 287 comments)
    7. Nate Diaz minutes away from going broke. (6069 points, 249 comments)
    8. Joe Rogan on how to tell fighters apart. (5984 points, 989 comments)
    9. When you have total faith in your ability to judge distance. Conor McGregor + Nick Diaz (5310 points, 530 comments)
    10. The face of an intimidated man. (4612 points, 889 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. MaxHollowayUFC (51260 points, 56 comments)
  2. suzukigun4life (50455 points, 133 comments)
  3. aaron_burr_jr (46190 points, 110 comments)
  4. blonders1 (44256 points, 174 comments)
  5. idontlikeflamingos (43728 points, 214 comments)
  6. NeverFarted (36702 points, 170 comments)
  7. ShaneCarwin (36693 points, 438 comments)
  8. blasphemics (33441 points, 271 comments)
  9. Tsegen (31717 points, 492 comments)
  10. McShpoochen (31622 points, 234 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. how bout the FCC go an fuck off my internet then those juicy sluts 👀👀👀 by rmma (60353 points, 659 comments)
  2. Ryan Hall every time he wins by metanoia09 (39670 points, 1057 comments)
  3. Khabib posted this on his Instagram in Russian and English. by notverytallman (38362 points, 4504 comments)
  4. Douglas Lima uses Mjolnir to FINISH Michael "Venom" Page by RayRod747 (36392 points, 563 comments)
  5. [SPOILER] Jorge Masvidal vs. Ben Askren by FuzzyWuzzyMooMoo (32743 points, 8492 comments)
  6. Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight finalized for Aug. 26 by AlrightyThen234 (32331 points, 8609 comments)
  7. Jon Jones tests positive for steroids, stripped of title by Fletch71011 (32160 points, 10793 comments)
  8. I won my pro debut against Natalie King and fight of the night! by Hella42 (30831 points, 774 comments)
  9. I made a GIF of Donald Cerrone going Super Saiyan after his amazing 4 hit combo against Rick Story by RayRod747 (29415 points, 670 comments)
  10. I turned Conor McGregor into a Super Saiyan during his legendary combo against Eddie Alvarez by RayRod747 (29047 points, 917 comments)

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  3. 9227 points: MMA__Junkie__'s comment in Dana White: Khabib Nurmagomedov will not be stripped of title for role in UFC 229 brawl
  4. 9194 points: YhuggyBear's comment in [Spoiler] Tempers flare after Khabib Nurmagomedov-Conor McGregor match
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  6. 8580 points: deleted's comment in Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight finalized for Aug. 26
  7. 8281 points: Mindset_'s comment in [SPOILER] Jorge Masvidal vs. Ben Askren
  8. 7717 points: W3lrdkld's comment in Does anyone have blurry footage of an MMA fight so I can lie to girls?
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  10. 7265 points: deleted's comment in Jon Jones tests positive for steroids, stripped of title
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2019.07.30 02:28 Vegerot List of Joe Rogan Experience Guests by appearances (from /r/joerogan)

Hey, guys. First time posting here. I was watching an episode of the JRE recently and wondered who was the most frequent guest on the show. Joey Diaz? Tom Segura? Eddie Bravo? I tried looking it up and found this post a few years ago by jsfly, but couldn't find anything recently. Additionally, I wasn't sure how he came across his information, but it appeared to be a very laborious process.
So, instead of spending an hour tallying each guest from #1325 to #1, I spent four hours writing a code that will do it for me. This has the advantage of (once I wrote it) being much faster, and the fact that this can be run at any point in the future, so there can always be an up-to-date list of podcast guests.
Without any further ado, from over 700 guests across almost 1400 podcasts, here are the most frequent guests on the Joe Rogan Experience: ​

Guest Appearances
Joey Diaz 41
Duncan Trussell 40
Bryan Callen 39
Ari Shaffir 36
Brian Redban 35
Eddie Bravo 33
Brendan Schaub 27
Tom Segura 26
Bert Kreischer 19
Greg Fitzsimmons 15
Aubrey Marcus 14
Tony Hinchcliffe 13
Tom Papa 13
Christopher Ryan 10
Dom Irrera 10
Daniele Bolelli 9
Cameron Hanes 9
Graham Hancock 8
Abby Martin 8
Bill Burr 8
Sam Harris 8
Steven Rinella 8
Dr. Rhonda Patrick 8
Shane Smith 7
Justin Wren 7
Neal Brennan 7
Joey "CoCo" Diaz 7
David Seaman 6
Josh Zepps 6
Honey Honey 6
Doug Stanhope 6
Bas Rutten 6
Mike Baker 6
Gad Saad 6
Jordan Peterson 6
Christina Pazsitzky 6
Andrew Santino 6
Randall Carlson 5
John Heffron 5
Everlast 5
Jr. 5
Lewis 5
Whitney Cummings 5
Josh Barnett 5
Kevin Smith 5
Jim Norton 5
TJ Dillashaw 5
Ian Edwards 5
Sam Tripoli 5
Russell Peters 5
from Unbox Therapy 5
Michael Shermer 5
Maynard James Keenan 4
Dave Rubin 4
Tait Fletcher 4
Andrew Dice Clay 4
Bret Weinstein 4
Duane Ludwig 4
Steve Maxwell 4
Amy Schumer 4
Kevin Pereira 4
Dave Attell 4
Joe Schilling 4
Eddie Huang 4
Theo Von 4
Dan Carlin 4
Dennis McKenna 4
Dr. Mark Gordon 4
Freddy Lockhart 4
Andreas Antonopoulos 4
Hannibal Buress 4
John Dudley 4
Adam Carolla 4
Moshe Kasher 3
Yves Edwards 3
David Choe 3
Thaddeus Russell 3
Steven Crowder 3
Michael Malice 3
Sturgill Simpson 3
Andy Stumpf 3
Robin Black 3
Matt Farah 3
Matt Fulchiron 3
Peter Schiff 3
Jeff Novitzky 3
Dave Asprey 3
Brendon Walsh 3
Rory Albanese 3
Eric Weinstein 3
Adam Greentree 3
Chris Bell 3
Bobcat Goldthwait 3
Doug Benson 3
Eddie Ifft 3
Stefan Molyneux 3
Russell Brand 3
Nick DiPaolo 3
Steve-O 3
Vinny Shoreman 3
Phil Demers 3
Remi Warren 3
Jamie Kilstein 3
Ben Greenfield 3
Owen Benjamin 3
Mayhem Miller 3
Chris Kresser 3
Daniel Pinchbeck 3
Al Madrigal 3
Michael Schiavello 3
Iliza Shlesinger 3
Brian Regan 2
Gary Taubes 2
Johann Hari 2
Jocko Willink 2
Tim Ferriss 2
Dave Smith 2
"Freeway" Rick Ross 2
Dave Foley 2
Crash 2
Jimmy Dore 2
Bud Brutsman 2
Kurt Metzger 2
Rick Doblin 2
Kyle Kulinski 2
Adam Scorgie 2
Ben O'Brien 2
Todd Glass 2
Alex Honnold 2
Trevor Valle 2
John Wayne Parr 2
Natasha Leggero 2
B-Real 2
Andrew Marr 2
Ron White 2
Billy Corben 2
Peter Boghossian 2
Scott Sigler 2
Immortal Technique 2
Kyle Kingsbury 2
Tim Kennedy 2
Philip DeFranco 2
TJ Kirk 2
PhD 2
Bruce Lipton PHD 2
David Lee Roth 2
Michael Ruppert 2
Reggie Watts 2
Mike Dolce 2
W. Kamau Bell 2
Jon Ronson 2
Louis Theroux 2
Jason Silva 2
Anthony Cumia 2
Milo Yiannopoulos 2
Jack Dorsey 2
Chris Aubrey Marcus 2
Tim Pool 2
Ben Shapiro 2
Wim Hof 2
Neil deGrasse Tyson 2
from Float Lab 2
Tommy Chong 2
Josh McDermitt 2
Fight Recap 2
Ian McCall 2
Mark 2
Lex Fridman 2
Robb Wolf 2
Ricky Schroder 2
Shooter Jennings 2
Dr. Carl Hart 2
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Jeff Ross 2
Sean Carroll 2
Ms. Pat 2
Kevin Lee 2
C.T. Fletcher 2
Donald Cerrone 2
Alex Ross 2
EverLast 2
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Gaston Bolanos 2
Henry Rollins 2
Enson Inoue 2
Wheeler Walker 2
Jim Jefferies 2
Brian Cox 2
Andrew Schulz 2
Dan Doty 2
Dan Harris 2
John Anthony West 2
Hamilton Morris 2
Dom D'Agostino 2
Sebastian Junger 2
Jim Breuer 2
Big Jay Oakerson 2
Rich Vos 2
Jeremy Stephens 2
David Goggins 2
Roseanne Barr 2
Gavin McInnes 2
Chris D'Elia 2
Ana Kasparian 2
Sebastian Maniscalco 2
Fight Companion ? 2
Chael Sonnen 2
Rich Roll 2
Alex Grey 2
Shane Dorian 2
Doug Duren 2
Tulsi Gabbard 2
Christina P 2
Greg Proops 2
Amber Lyon 2
Esther Ku 1
Jesse Itzler 1
John McAfee 1
Adam Frank 1
Leah Remini 1
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Byron Bowers 1
Steve Rinella 1
Jenny Johnson 1
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Alex Jones 1
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Colion Noir 1
Tom Rhodes 1
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CES Review with Young Jamie 1
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NotGay Jared 1
Jim Gaffigan 1
Cam Edwards 1
Sean O'Malley 1
Dr. Duncan French 1
James Hetfield 1
London Real 1
Shane Mauss 1
Freeway Rick Ross 1
Gino 1
Shirley Manson 1
Courtney Dauwalter 1
Alexis Ohanian 1
Dr. Jeff Meldrum 1
Nick Di Paolo 1
Dr. Cornel West 1
Michael Wood 1
Philip Coppens 1
Bows 1
Michael Hunter 1
Henry Cejudo 1
Maz Jobrani 1
Bob Lazar 1
Steve Hofstetter 1
Julie Kedzie 1
Joe List 1
Magnus Walker 1
Jake "The Snake" Roberts 1
Rafinha Bastos 1
Matt Brown 1
Pot Debate - Alex Berenson 1
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Michael Scott Moore 1
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Dan Auerbach 1
Giorgio A. Tsoukalos 1
Duke Roufus 1
Daryl Wright 1
Jeff Evans 1
Dominic Monaghan 1
John Danaher 1
Candace Owens 1
Hotep Jesus 1
Nick Curson 1
Robert Schoch 1
Peter Joseph 1
Bill Ottman 1
Cenk Uygur 1
Guy Ritchie 1
Tim Dillon 1
Geoffrey Miller 1
Gary Johnson 1
Trevor Moore 1
from Speedweed 1
Charles C. Johnson 1
Daniel Straus 1
Jeff Warren 1
Howard Bloom 1
Ben Askren 1
Valentine Thomas 1
Rose Namajunas 1
Teddy Atlas 1
Mac Lethal 1
Buck Angel 1
Khalil Rountree Jr. 1
Steve Schirripa 1
Matthew Gosney 1
Tom Bilyeu 1
Dr. Andy Galpin 1
Cat Zingano 1
Din Thomas 1
Amy Alkon 1
Joel Salatin 1
Peter Attia 1
Mike Ward 1
Chris Cage 1
Andy Ngo 1
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Big John McCarthy 1
Mariana van Zeller 1
Dr. Neil Riordan 1
Ryan Parsons 1
Kimberly Congdon 1
Kid Cudi 1
JD Kelley 1
Mikhaila Peterson 1
Yoel Romero 1
Nimesh Patel 1
Firas Zahabi 1
Mike Birbiglia 1
Dr. Amit Goswami 1
Jamar Neighbors 1
Wayne Federman 1
Charlamagne tha God 1
Mike Tyson 1
Jon Lajoie 1
Herb Dean 1
Derren Brown 1
Brad Williams 1
David Sinclair 1
Matthew Walker 1
Ted Nugent 1
Sue Aikens 1
James Lindsay 1
Tod Mesirow 1
Arrows 1
Krystyna Hutchinson 1
Paul Stamets 1
Christina Sommers 1
Mauro Ranallo 1
Brian Stann 1
Corey Knowlton 1
Justin Martindale 1
Miriam Nakamoto 1
Jessica Rosenworcel 1
Tyler Knight 1
Brody Stevens 1
Georges St. Pierre 1
Adam Lowery 1
Luis J. Gomez 1
Robert Sapolsky 1
Adam Conover 1
Lawrence Krauss 1
Jonathan Ward 1
Renée DiResta 1
Steven Kotler 1
Dr. Debra Soh 1
John Joseph 1
Matt Paxton 1
Stanley Krippner 1
Junior Simpson 1
Kevin Folta 1
Todd McCormick 1
Fred Morin 1
William von Hippel 1
Nick Thune 1
Aljamain Sterling 1
Ronda Rousey 1
Bruce Damer 1
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Tyson Fury 1

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2019.07.30 02:02 Vegerot Most Frequent Guests on JRE

Hey, guys. First time posting here. I was watching an episode of the JRE recently and wondered who was the most frequent guest on the show. Joey Diaz? Tom Segura? Eddie Bravo? I tried looking it up and found this post a few years ago by jsfly, but couldn't find anything recently. Additionally, I wasn't sure how he came across his information, but it appeared to be a very laborious process.
So, instead of spending an hour tallying each guest from #1325 to #1, I spent four hours writing a code that will do it for me. This has the advantage of (once I wrote it) being much faster, and the fact that this can be run at any point in the future, so there can always be an up-to-date list of podcast guests.
Without any further ado, from over 700 guests across almost 1400 podcasts, here are the most frequent guests on the Joe Rogan Experience: ​

Guest Appearances
Joey Diaz 41
Duncan Trussell 40
Bryan Callen 39
Ari Shaffir 36
Brian Redban 35
Eddie Bravo 33
Brendan Schaub 27
Tom Segura 26
Bert Kreischer 19
Greg Fitzsimmons 15
Aubrey Marcus 14
Tony Hinchcliffe 13
Tom Papa 13
Christopher Ryan 10
Dom Irrera 10
Daniele Bolelli 9
Cameron Hanes 9
Graham Hancock 8
Abby Martin 8
Bill Burr 8
Sam Harris 8
Steven Rinella 8
Dr. Rhonda Patrick 8
Shane Smith 7
Justin Wren 7
Neal Brennan 7
Joey "CoCo" Diaz 7
David Seaman 6
Josh Zepps 6
Honey Honey 6
Doug Stanhope 6
Bas Rutten 6
Mike Baker 6
Gad Saad 6
Jordan Peterson 6
Christina Pazsitzky 6
Andrew Santino 6
Randall Carlson 5
John Heffron 5
Everlast 5
Jr. 5
Lewis 5
Whitney Cummings 5
Josh Barnett 5
Kevin Smith 5
Jim Norton 5
TJ Dillashaw 5
Ian Edwards 5
Sam Tripoli 5
Russell Peters 5
from Unbox Therapy 5
Michael Shermer 5
Maynard James Keenan 4
Dave Rubin 4
Tait Fletcher 4
Andrew Dice Clay 4
Bret Weinstein 4
Duane Ludwig 4
Steve Maxwell 4
Amy Schumer 4
Kevin Pereira 4
Dave Attell 4
Joe Schilling 4
Eddie Huang 4
Theo Von 4
Dan Carlin 4
Dennis McKenna 4
Dr. Mark Gordon 4
Freddy Lockhart 4
Andreas Antonopoulos 4
Hannibal Buress 4
John Dudley 4
Adam Carolla 4
Moshe Kasher 3
Yves Edwards 3
David Choe 3
Thaddeus Russell 3
Steven Crowder 3
Michael Malice 3
Sturgill Simpson 3
Andy Stumpf 3
Robin Black 3
Matt Farah 3
Matt Fulchiron 3
Peter Schiff 3
Jeff Novitzky 3
Dave Asprey 3
Brendon Walsh 3
Rory Albanese 3
Eric Weinstein 3
Adam Greentree 3
Chris Bell 3
Bobcat Goldthwait 3
Doug Benson 3
Eddie Ifft 3
Stefan Molyneux 3
Russell Brand 3
Nick DiPaolo 3
Steve-O 3
Vinny Shoreman 3
Phil Demers 3
Remi Warren 3
Jamie Kilstein 3
Ben Greenfield 3
Owen Benjamin 3
Mayhem Miller 3
Chris Kresser 3
Daniel Pinchbeck 3
Al Madrigal 3
Michael Schiavello 3
Iliza Shlesinger 3
Brian Regan 2
Gary Taubes 2
Johann Hari 2
Jocko Willink 2
Tim Ferriss 2
Dave Smith 2
"Freeway" Rick Ross 2
Dave Foley 2
Crash 2
Jimmy Dore 2
Bud Brutsman 2
Kurt Metzger 2
Rick Doblin 2
Kyle Kulinski 2
Adam Scorgie 2
Ben O'Brien 2
Todd Glass 2
Alex Honnold 2
Trevor Valle 2
John Wayne Parr 2
Natasha Leggero 2
B-Real 2
Andrew Marr 2
Ron White 2
Billy Corben 2
Peter Boghossian 2
Scott Sigler 2
Immortal Technique 2
Kyle Kingsbury 2
Tim Kennedy 2
Philip DeFranco 2
TJ Kirk 2
PhD 2
Bruce Lipton PHD 2
David Lee Roth 2
Michael Ruppert 2
Reggie Watts 2
Mike Dolce 2
W. Kamau Bell 2
Jon Ronson 2
Louis Theroux 2
Jason Silva 2
Anthony Cumia 2
Milo Yiannopoulos 2
Jack Dorsey 2
Chris Aubrey Marcus 2
Tim Pool 2
Ben Shapiro 2
Wim Hof 2
Neil deGrasse Tyson 2
from Float Lab 2
Tommy Chong 2
Josh McDermitt 2
Fight Recap 2
Ian McCall 2
Mark 2
Lex Fridman 2
Robb Wolf 2
Ricky Schroder 2
Shooter Jennings 2
Dr. Carl Hart 2
Colin Moriarty 2
Jeff Ross 2
Sean Carroll 2
Ms. Pat 2
Kevin Lee 2
C.T. Fletcher 2
Donald Cerrone 2
Alex Ross 2
EverLast 2
Alonzo Bodden 2
Gaston Bolanos 2
Henry Rollins 2
Enson Inoue 2
Wheeler Walker 2
Jim Jefferies 2
Brian Cox 2
Andrew Schulz 2
Dan Doty 2
Dan Harris 2
John Anthony West 2
Hamilton Morris 2
Dom D'Agostino 2
Sebastian Junger 2
Jim Breuer 2
Big Jay Oakerson 2
Rich Vos 2
Jeremy Stephens 2
David Goggins 2
Roseanne Barr 2
Gavin McInnes 2
Chris D'Elia 2
Ana Kasparian 2
Sebastian Maniscalco 2
Fight Companion ? 2
Chael Sonnen 2
Rich Roll 2
Alex Grey 2
Shane Dorian 2
Doug Duren 2
Tulsi Gabbard 2
Christina P 2
Greg Proops 2
Amber Lyon 2
Esther Ku 1
Jesse Itzler 1
John McAfee 1
Adam Frank 1
Leah Remini 1
John Kavanagh 1
Byron Bowers 1
Steve Rinella 1
Jenny Johnson 1
Steve Rannazzisi 1
Alex Jones 1
Dan Peña 1
Jon Christofaris 1
Colion Noir 1
Tom Rhodes 1
Melissa Etheridge 1
Steve Hilton 1
Morgan Murphy 1
Sargon of Akkad 1
Mac Danzig 1
CES Review with Young Jamie 1
Public Service Announcement 1
Alexander Gustafsson 1
Michelle Waterson 1
Jim Shockey 1
Jane McGonigal 1
Cara Santamaria 1
Rupert Sheldrake 1
iPhones 1
Killer Mike 1
"Big" Jay Oakerson 1
Dr. Peter Duesberg 1
Kip Andersen 1
Neil Degrasse Tyson 1
NotGay Jared 1
Jim Gaffigan 1
Cam Edwards 1
Sean O'Malley 1
Dr. Duncan French 1
James Hetfield 1
London Real 1
Shane Mauss 1
Freeway Rick Ross 1
Gino 1
Shirley Manson 1
Courtney Dauwalter 1
Alexis Ohanian 1
Dr. Jeff Meldrum 1
Nick Di Paolo 1
Dr. Cornel West 1
Michael Wood 1
Philip Coppens 1
Bows 1
Michael Hunter 1
Henry Cejudo 1
Maz Jobrani 1
Bob Lazar 1
Steve Hofstetter 1
Julie Kedzie 1
Joe List 1
Magnus Walker 1
Jake "The Snake" Roberts 1
Rafinha Bastos 1
Matt Brown 1
Pot Debate - Alex Berenson 1
Corey Anderson 1
Michael Chandler 1
Joe Quirk 1
James Kingston 1
Michael Scott Moore 1
Ryan Callaghan 1
Eddie Pepitone 1
Michael Yo 1
Justin Brown 1
Judah Friedlander 1
Mel Gibson 1
Timothy Denevi 1
Twitter Q 1
Lennox Lewis 1
Dr. Ben Goertzel 1
Demetrious Johnson 1
Sam Sheridan 1
David Pakman 1
Christine Hassler 1
Corinne Fisher 1
Ali Rizvi 1
Pauly Shore 1
Cody Garbrandt 1
Rickson Gracie 1
Steven Tyler 1
Tom DeLonge 1
Ben Anderson 1
Stephan Guyenet 1
Candice Thompson 1
James "The Colossus" Thompson 1
TJ English 1
Pantelis 1
Emily Horn 1
DEADMAU5 1
Artie Lange 1
Will MacAskill 1
Cmdr. Chris Hadfield 1
Miesha Tate 1
Jonathan Haidt 1
Action Bronson 1
Urijah Faber 1
Sober October 2 Recap 1
Douglas Rushkoff 1
Jeremy Corbell 1
Scott Eastwood 1
Shannon Briggs 1
Peter Giuliano 1
Jonathan Gottschall 1
Eric Albarracin 1
Owen Smith 1
Billy Corgan 1
Rafael Lovato Jr. 1
Les Stroud 1
David McMillan 1
Sean Anders 1
Josh Fox 1
Dr. Andrew Weil 1
Hunter Maats 1
Georges St-Pierre 1
Eleanor Kerrigan 1
Peter Hotez 1
Paul Greenberg 1
Kamaru Usman 1
Yvette d'Entremont 1
Diamond Dallas Page 1
Forrest Griffin 1
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Nick Swardson 1
Richard Rawlings 1
Macaulay Culkin 1
Kill Tony Cast - Tony Hinchcliffe 1
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Nick Youssef 1
Lenny Clarke 1
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Kron Gracie 1
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Layne Norton 1
Donnie Vincent 1
Lee Camp 1
Gary Vaynerchuk 1
Pat Barry 1
Ceara Lynch 1
Chuck Palahniuk 1
Dan Bilzerian 1
Giorgio Tsoukalos 1
Brian Posehn 1
Tim Welch 1
Jan Irvin 1
Kelly Pavlik 1
Cliff Bleszinski 1
Wiz Khalifa 1
Jamie Foxx 1
Bryan Richards 1
Dr. Shawn Baker 1
Robert Greene 1
Anthony Jeselnik 1
Keith Weber 1
Adam Cropp 1
Alex Winter 1
Andrew Hill 1
Marc Maron 1
Kirik Jenness 1
Marques Brownlee 1
Felipe Esparza 1
Michael Pollan 1
Hank Shaw 1
Victor Conte 1
Maajid Nawaz 1
Tim Burnett 1
Brian Whitaker 1
Steven Pinker 1
Judd Apatow 1
Mareko Maumasi 1
Kirian Fitzgibbons 1
Young Jamie 1
Anthony Bourdain 1
Lorenzo Hagerty 1
Jon Jones 1
Naval Ravikant 1
Will Harris 1
Rico Verhoeven 1
Adam Kokesh 1
Liz Phair 1
Rob MacCachren 1
#WhoIsFat Weigh-in - Day 2 1
Ron Finley 1
Matt Taibbi 1
Paul Stanley 1
Joey Diaz Re-Upload 1
George Lockhart 1
Steven Pressfield 1
Garry Tonon 1
Frank Castillo 1
Nikki Glaser 1
Joseph Valtellini 1
Larry Sharpe 1
Pete Holmes 1
Barry Crimmins 1
Zach Leary 1
Kelly Brogan 1
Bari Weiss 1
David Wallace-Wells 1
Chris 1
Chino XL 1
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Jeff Garlin 1
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Mark Bell 1
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Rory MacDonald 1
Tony Rock 1
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Forrest Galante 1
Elon Musk 1
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Josh Wickerham 1
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JD 1
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Allyson Grey 1
Josh Olin 1
Denny Prokopos 1
Live Underground from The Comedy Store 1
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Dan Savage 1
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George Perez 1
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Alex Jones Returns! 1
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Ron Funches 1
Dane Cook 1
Andrew Yang 1
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Mike Schmidt 1
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Joe Rogan 1
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Rich Benoit 1
Kat Von D 1
Vince 1
Kevin Ross 1
Kevin Hart 1
Jimmy Smith 1
Nick Cutter 1
Alberto Gallazzi 1
Dan Auerbach 1
Giorgio A. Tsoukalos 1
Duke Roufus 1
Daryl Wright 1
Jeff Evans 1
Dominic Monaghan 1
John Danaher 1
Candace Owens 1
Hotep Jesus 1
Nick Curson 1
Robert Schoch 1
Peter Joseph 1
Bill Ottman 1
Cenk Uygur 1
Guy Ritchie 1
Tim Dillon 1
Geoffrey Miller 1
Gary Johnson 1
Trevor Moore 1
from Speedweed 1
Charles C. Johnson 1
Daniel Straus 1
Jeff Warren 1
Howard Bloom 1
Ben Askren 1
Valentine Thomas 1
Rose Namajunas 1
Teddy Atlas 1
Mac Lethal 1
Buck Angel 1
Khalil Rountree Jr. 1
Steve Schirripa 1
Matthew Gosney 1
Tom Bilyeu 1
Dr. Andy Galpin 1
Cat Zingano 1
Din Thomas 1
Amy Alkon 1
Joel Salatin 1
Peter Attia 1
Mike Ward 1
Chris Cage 1
Andy Ngo 1
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Big John McCarthy 1
Mariana van Zeller 1
Dr. Neil Riordan 1
Ryan Parsons 1
Kimberly Congdon 1
Kid Cudi 1
JD Kelley 1
Mikhaila Peterson 1
Yoel Romero 1
Nimesh Patel 1
Firas Zahabi 1
Mike Birbiglia 1
Dr. Amit Goswami 1
Jamar Neighbors 1
Wayne Federman 1
Charlamagne tha God 1
Mike Tyson 1
Jon Lajoie 1
Herb Dean 1
Derren Brown 1
Brad Williams 1
David Sinclair 1
Matthew Walker 1
Ted Nugent 1
Sue Aikens 1
James Lindsay 1
Tod Mesirow 1
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Krystyna Hutchinson 1
Paul Stamets 1
Christina Sommers 1
Mauro Ranallo 1
Brian Stann 1
Corey Knowlton 1
Justin Martindale 1
Miriam Nakamoto 1
Jessica Rosenworcel 1
Tyler Knight 1
Brody Stevens 1
Georges St. Pierre 1
Adam Lowery 1
Luis J. Gomez 1
Robert Sapolsky 1
Adam Conover 1
Lawrence Krauss 1
Jonathan Ward 1
Renée DiResta 1
Steven Kotler 1
Dr. Debra Soh 1
John Joseph 1
Matt Paxton 1
Stanley Krippner 1
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Kevin Folta 1
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Edit: I was thinking while writing this code if Jordan Peterson's conjecture that in any creative work "The square root of the number of people have 50% of the results" applies to JRE guests. So I calculated it and found that, in fact, the top square root percent of guests have almost 40% of all the appearances.
That's really cool! That even though Joe has had hundreds of guests, just a few make up almost half the people on the show. Very interesting
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2018.06.27 22:03 autotldr Physician charged with fraud scheme and spending the proceeds sponsoring Mixed Martial Arts fighters.

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 67%. (I'm a bot)
Dr. Frank Patino, 63, of Woodhaven, bankrolled his self-styled "Patino Diet" and sponsored boxers, MMA and Ultimate Fighting Championship fighters, including world champions, with kickbacks and bribes that he received from co-conspirators, according to a 29-page indictment that identified Patino as the state's top prescriber of oxycodone 30 mg, the powerful opioid painkiller.
Patino is the latest person charged in a nationwide health-care fraud crackdown that has led to sweeping indictments across Metro Detroit in the last year.
Patino is charged with conspiracy to commit health-care fraud, health-care fraud, conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and pay and receive health-care kickbacks and receiving kickbacks.
Former Detroit Pistons player James Edwards shares a laugh with Dr. Frank Patino while distributing 300 hams for holiday dinners during "Operation Pig Out" in 2014.The alleged conspiracy dates to December 2008 and involved Patino and others submitting phony claims to Medicare and Medicaid for claims based on kickbacks and bribes and claims for medically unnecessary services, according to the government.
Patino orchestrated the scheme through multiple companies, including Detroit-based Global Quality Inc. and Patino Laboratories Inc. in Livonia, the indictment claims.
UFC fighter Urijah Faber Dr. Frank Patino and fighter Scott Jorgensen as featured on the doctor's Facebook page.
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2018.01.13 13:13 Redditsresidentloser [Long Boring Stats Post #2] The History of the Belts inc. Interim

This didn't take me nearly as long as previous, so that was nice.
I have looked at every UFC title fight ever. All 230 of them, and tracked new champions, successful defences, and interim title fights.
It shouldn't come as any surprise to see that Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight have the longest history. When the UFC began it's weight classes back at UFC 12, Heavyweight was considered 200lbs and over, and anything under that was called Lightweight.
Most Champions
Anyway eventually we got to the multiple weight classes we know today, but having been around from the (near) beginning, the Heavyweight division holds the record for most every champions at 17, and most ever interim champions at 5. The two divisions with the next highest amounts of champions is Light Heavyweight and Welterweight, having both crowned a new champion 12 times. And finally close by is Middleweight and Lightweight both with 10 different champions. Not surprising given how the weight class system was born from Heavyweight and down, that the top 5 heaviest divisions have the most champions.
At the other end of that list, it doesn't really need to be said but I did get called out for forgetting about him in my last post, but the Flyweight division has only ever had 1 champion in it's 5 and a half year existence. Mighty Mouse, Demetrious Johnson. Aaaand because I did that, I should also mention that the womens flyweight division has also only ever had 1 champion in its 43 day history, Nicco Montano.
Successful Defences
Successful title defences is also very top heavy. Light Heavyweight holds the record for this one though, perhaps due to having several dominant champions down the years. Frank Shamrock the first every Light Heavyweight Champ defended the belt 4 times before retiring. Tito Ortiz stepped up and defended 5 times. Chuck Liddell got 4 more too, before Jon Jones showed up and defended 8 times. Overall the belt has been successfully defended 25 times.
Close behind is the Welterweight belt, having been successfully defended 23 times. Again due to dominant champions in Matt Hughes who had 2 runs with the belt, and of course Georges St-Pierre. And finally the third place prize is shared between Heavyweight and Middleweight, which have both been successfully defended 16 times each. Middleweight thanks for Anderson Silva's crazy 10 successful defences, and Heavyweight being around the longest.
At the bottom of this list is the womens flyweight belt. Despite being around for all of 43 days, has never once been defended! #DefendOrVacate.
Interim Titles
Onto Interim titles now, and as mentioned before, Heavyweight holds the record for the most interim champions at 5. It also holds the record for the first Interim title to be defended. After Frank Mir had to take time off having been knocked off his motorbike, breaking his femur and tearing muscles in his knee.
Andre Arlovski won the interim title by defeating former Champ Tim Sylvia, then defended it against Justin Ellers before being promoted to Undisputed Champion. He then defended again against Paul Buentello, before losing to Tim Sylvia.
More recently, and this is really confusing to me, Randy Couture won the title for the third time and. He defended it once before claiming there was no proper competition for him, and took some time off.
During this period the UFC Crowned Big Nog as the interim champion at UFC 81. Then Randy came back at UFC 91, to lose to Brock Lesnar for his undisputed title. THEN at UFC 92, Big Nog lost his interim title to Frank Mir, who then lost to Lesnar in a unification bout at UFC 100. I wasn't around at that time, if anyone wants to shed light on why the champ can take time off, let an interim champion be crowned, then come back and face someone else, I would love to know.
Later on in the Heavyweight division we had Champion Cain Velasquez get injured and drop out of a defence against Fabricio Werdum, who had to then beat Mark Hunt for the interim title. He then unified the belts against Mile High Cain, before losing to Stipe.
Next in the list is the Featherweight division. Which has had an Interim champion 3 times in it's history. First of all Conor McGregor became interim champion at UFC 189 when he defeated Chad Mendes. He unified the belts by beating Jose Aldo, and then didn't get much done at all after that.
The UFC decided to create an interim title at UFC 200 in the middle of the McGregor Diaz feud. Jose Aldo defeated Frankie Edgar to get the belt. Max Holloway became the interim champion next. After Cormier vs Johnson was pulled from UFC 206, it needed a title fight to headline. Conor had just become the Champ Champ, so he didn't need the Featherweight belt anymore. So the UFC stripped Conor, promoted Jose Aldo to champion, and had Holloway vs Pettis for the interim title.
Pettis missed weight and was then unable to claim the title should he beat Max. But he didn't, and the Blessed Era began. Max went on to unify the belts at UFC 212 beating Jose Aldo, and then he beat Aldo again for good measure.
And finally in 3rd place with just 2 interim titles ever, is the Light Heavyweight division, and the Welterweight division.
Light Heavyweight got it's first Interim champion when Tito Ortiz couldn't reach an agreement with the UFC to fight his friend and number 1 contender Chuck Liddell. Randy Couture dropped down from Heavyweight and fought Liddell for the interim title, before unifying the belts when he beat Tito Ortiz at UFC 44.
Later on the division got it's 2nd interim champion, when Daniel Cormier vs Jon Jones 2 was booked. Jones was returning to the Octagon after his suspension in connection to his hit-and-run incident was lifted to face the man who had taken the title in his absence, and the last man he had faced.
Cormier was coming off of a title victory over Rumble Johnson, but going into the Jones rematch he sustained a foot injury and was replaced by Ovince Saint Preux. Jones defeated OSP in a unanimous decision victory to claim the interim title and guarantee a unification bout with Cormier at UFC 200... supposedly.
Welterweights interim titles came about when Champion Matt Serra was booked to face former 2-time champion Matt Hughes in a TUF coaches fight. Serra injured his back and withdrew from the fight, lining up the trilogy fight between Matt Hughes and Georges St-Pierre. At 1-1 in their rivalry, and both former undisputed champions, this was a fight that was waiting to happen. GSP beat Hughes with the armbar Hughes beat GSP with in their first fight, before unifying the belts by beating Serra 4 months later.
The 2nd Interim Welterweight champion came in Carlos Condit. GSP was out injured, depending on who you listen you WHERE YOU AT GEORGES!? and the UFC lined up Carlos Condit and Nick Diaz. Carlos won the interim title, but later lost the unification fight when GSP's knee healed up.
Other interim titles across the UFC include Renan Barao at Bantamweight, Tony Ferguson at Lightweight, and Robert Whittaker at Middlweight.
Barao faced Urijah Faber for the interim title at UFC 148 after Champion Dominick Cruz got injured. Barao defended his interim title twice while waiting for Cruz to heal up. The unification fight was scheduled for UFC 169, before Cruz got injured again. Barao was promoted to Undisputed Champion, and successfully defended against Faber at 169.
Tony Ferguson became the interim champion eventually at UFC 216 last year. Having originally been scheduled to face Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 209, HOW LONG MUST I WAIT for the interim title, Khabib pulled out and the title fight was scrapped. UFC 209 survived thanks to FOTY contender, Woodley vs Thompson 2 zzzzzz
So instead Tony had to wait until October to get his title fight. Again though, only for the interim belt. While Champion Conor McGregor is off buying sweaters and watches, the UFC lined up number 6 ranked contender Kevin Lee and Ferguson in the headliner over Mighty Mouses record breaking title defence. Ferguson won, called out McGregor, and that's about as far as we're up to with the Lightweight Division.
Middleweights Interim title came about when champion Michael Bisping was 'injured' or 'ducking Yoel Romero' or 'waiting for GSP'. The UFC set up Yoel vs Robert Whittaker at UFC 213 for the interim title. Whittaker won a unanimous and clearcut 3-2 decision victory over Romero despite injuring his knee in the first round.
Whittaker took time off to heal his knee, and Bisping healed up just in time for the biggest PPV of the year to fight a money fight with GSP for the belt. Bisping lost, GSP vacated, Whittaker was promoted.
Now Whittaker has pulled out of UFC 221, we're set up for another interim title fight, this time between Yoel again and former Champion, the Samurai Luke 'Fuck Luke Rockhold' Skyler Rockhold.
And I think we're up to date. Sorry this ones been a lot longer than previous posts, and as usual here is my table.
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2017.10.26 21:07 bgerson UFC 217 and the Title Fight no one is Talking About

Amid news that the second, UFC hosted, Madison Square Garden event has struggled to sell tickets, lies a story-line buried a few inches deeper than shoving matches between Michael Bisping and George St. Pierre. Its bravado, possibly greater than Ronda Rouseys title defense record being on the chopping block. A title fight bathed in back-stage banter, and deeply seeded resentment. A fight for the belt of a division which is mostly overlooked. Yet, Saturday night November 4th, 2017, a little more than forty minutes before Michael Bisping, potentially, steps into the octagon for the final time and George St. Pierre makes his way back inside the cage for the first time since announcing his retirement. Cody Garbrandt and TJ Dillashaw finally face each other, in front of a live crowd, in the center of a Octagon-shaped cage.
As many involved in the MMA community know, TJ Dillashaw has been locked in a bitter feud with members of the Urijah Faber lead gym, Team Alpha Male. Almost two years ago, a massive rift pushed its way through the two sides when Dillashaw decided to follow former Team Alpha Male head coach Duane Ludwig to Elevation Fight Team in Denver, Colorado prior to the Dominick Cruz title defense. Ever since that moment in MMA history, the bantamweight division has never been the same.
When Dillashaw left Team Alpha Male, he left an active Urijah Faber, seeking redemption within the bantamweight division against a bitter rival in Dominick Cruz, as well as a streaking Cody Garbrandt. Faber would go on to challenge Dominick Cruz for the very belt Dillashaw lost. It was the trilogy fight. A long running rivalry spanning nine years. A rivalry that fueled any fragment of excitement fans had for the bantamweight division. Cruz won the fight, retaining his belt via unanimous decision. After the fight, Faber, for a moment, began to reminisce on his long standing MMA career. It was a bit heartbreaking to see such a great competitor and ambassador for the sport of MMA speak in such a way after a loss. His words were almost a spoiler for the man they called the, “California Kid” would depart the sport after one more fight and a unanimous decision victory over Brad Pickett (another MMA veteran). Garbrandt, however, had not made his UFC debut when Dillashaw left (or was kicked out, whichever way you may see it).
Garbrandt was two months away from his first UFC fight against, Ultimate Fighter alumni, Marcus Brimage. Up to that point, the current bantamweight champ had finished each and everyone of his five opponents by TKO or KO. The trend didn't stop with Brimage. A well fought bout between both parties, but "No Love" dominated the action and forced Herb Dean to step in with just ten seconds left in the final round. The change in camps, reset the power among the top contenders and changed the dynamic of stars in the division. With Dillashaw out of Sacramento, California, it gave Urijah Faber and Team Alpha Male the ability to market the eventual bantamweight champ with all their might. Faber even gave Garbrandt a shoutout after his failed title challenge, “He’s got a little power (speaking of Cruz’s punching ability)... he’s a heavy hitter, not as heavy as my boy Cody ‘No Love’”. The full hyping power of Urijah Faber and Team Alpha Male was the catalyst for the fight next Saturday night. That, and the undoubtedly impressive run which Garbrandt is currently still riding. 11-0 in competition, 6-0 in the UFC and four of six by way of KO or TKO. A run that brought Garbrandt from unranked to handedly defeating one of the most dominant UFC Champions of all time, Dominick Cruz.
On the other side, entrenched in Denver, Colorado. TJ Dillashaw created his own path back to the belt. The Ultimate Fighter Finalist faced two top contenders since his decision loss to Dominick Cruz. The former bantamweight champion dismantled rising star John Lineker to a decision, after ending Rafael Accunsao’s seven fight win streak at UFC 200.
All this, and some harsh words shared between both camps, set the stage for the Ultimate Fighter Redemption (Season 25) where the two fighters were tasked with coaching opposing teams. At the end of the season, a fight was promised, as is customary with opposing coaches on the Ultimate Fighter television series. Yet, for some reason, this fight is shrouded by other storylines and generally a lack of interest.
Could it be, the hype behind this fight died down because of Garbrandts back issues, which forced the fight to be moved from a midsummer scheduling to its current November date? Is it the weight class? Did the UFC miss a major marketing opportunity?
It is most likely due to a combination of these factors. There was a significant amount of talk behind this fight in summer, around the time The Ultimate Fighter, was airing. What we also can’t forget, is the ratings behind the bantamweight division. The Ultimate Fighter, has not had bantamweights since Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate cast into public light, the hatred between each other. The next biggest fight, in recent UFC history, would be Urijah Faber v. Dominick Cruz 3. One of the biggest fights in the promotion's bantamweight history, and it was a co-main event. Albeit, the main event was a shocking upset KO victory for Michael Bisping over Luke Rockhold. It still says a lot when the biggest fight and grudge match in the division's history could not get an main event nod. The most egregious of these factors is the lack of marketing spent on this co-main event. Garbrandt v. Dillashaw, has a far better context to it than does any other fight on the UFC 217 card. The sound bites are all there from the Ultimate Fighter, as well as the video. It seems as if it was just a matter of straying away from one of the promotion's biggest PPV draws, pre-Conor McGregor. For whatever reason, the UFC didn’t and here lies another huge fight going under the radar.
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2017.08.30 04:33 MattCat1261 SnoopCast Recap: Hidden Gems

NOTE: These statements and quotes below do not reflect the opinions of myself. This is merely a recap of the SnoopCast for those who missed it and a discussion post for those who watched it. I feel the need to include this with the recent Snoop controversy
For ease of viewing I've posted a more cleaned up version of this on my blog.
Crowder vs. Mayes
Mueller vs. Velasco
Kenny vs Antolin
Urbina vs Lewis
SNOOP FABER COSTUME CHANGE
Frevola vs. Flores
This wraps up the Contender Series for now and with it, the SnoopCast. How do you feel about the SnoopCast? Would you bring it back?
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2017.01.01 18:33 CounterClockworkOrng Garbrandt's rise from /r/MMA's perspective

McGregor's rise from /MMA's perspective
Rousey’s rise from /MMA’s perspective
Got the idea from /soccer's growing believe
These are comments taken from pre-fight and post-fight threads for Garbrandt. To answer a question I get quite often on what comments I use, it's a mixture of top comments/popular opinions (I'll choose comments with not many up votes but are a good representation of a popular opinion at the time). Also I'll pick comments that are interesting in hindsight (Cruz mentions etc.).
January 3, 2015: vs Marcus Brimage
Prefight:
Postfight: 54 comments
July 11, 2015: vs Henry Briones
Prefight:
Postfight:
February 21, 2016: vs Augusto Mendes
Prefight:
Postfight: 114 comments
May 29, 2016: vs Thomas Almeida
Prefight:
Postfight: 384 comments
August 20, 2016: vs Takeya Mizugaki
Prefight:
Postfight: 239 comments
December 30, 2016: vs Dominick Cruz
Prefight:
Postfight: 1098 comments (currently)
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2016.12.17 20:03 FightPoint FightPoint: UFC on FOX VanZant vs. Waterson. Looking for feedback!

Hey mma. We are two friends who have been casual fans of MMA since approximately 2008. Around 2013 we slowly evolved into hardcore fans and absolute fiends who watch every fight card, along with the prelims, and spend our free time refreshing mma on new.
With our growing love for this sport, we wanted to put some effort into writing something for upcoming UFC cards. We decided to keep it simple and present interesting factoids that will get you hyped for the fights on the main card. This is the first card we’ve put something together for and we would love to get some feedback from you guys.
Thanks!
-FightPoint
General Information for UFC on Fox: VanZant vs. Waterson:
Date: Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016
City: Sacramento, California
Venue: Golden 1 Center
Early Prelims: 3:30PM/12:30PM
Prelims: 5:00PM/2:00PM
Main Card: 8:00PM/5:00PM (ET/PT)
FIGHT: Alan Jouban vs. Mike Perry (Welterweight 170): This is a big fight if you’re on that Platinum hypetrain. Perry comes into this fight with a 9 fight win streak, with all of them being a TKO or KO's. Jouban is a UFC veteran, with a 5-2 record (in the UFC), who is durable and will push Perry to his limits. Both fighters primarily like to strike, so this fight will most likely be a pleasure to watch, if you’re into striking.
Mike Perry (9-0):
-Huge fan following for his brash, uncaring and straight gangster attitude.
-100% finishing rate 9 KO’s/TKO’s, with 6 finishes coming in the first round. Has never gone to a decision.
-Has a good striking background, favouring his boxing.
-God’s Gift, who hypothesizes that to commune with God, scientists would have to make a satellite made out of Platinum.
-Grew up in the hood in Flint, Michigan.
-Jouban will be one of the first real challenges in UFC.
Alan Jouban (14-4):
-An unfathomably sexy and handsome man.
-Is an actual male model, a job that Perry has said he wants to take from Jouban after defeating him.
-Also has a good striking background, favouring his muay thai.
-Last loss to Albert Tumenov who has some of the crispest striking in the Welterweight division.
-Bounced back with 2 straight wins against promising newcomers in the UFC. Hoping to continue this trend by giving Perry a brutal welcome.
FIGHT: Urijah Faber vs. Brad Pickett (Bantamweight 135): Two veterans of the sport throwing hands, should be a good old fashioned scrap. This is going to be Faber’s retirement fight, however he has not ruled out coming back for the right opponent. Pickett and Faber both came up around the same time, respect each other a lot, but have never fought. Watch out for this to be fight of the night.
Urijah Faber (33-10):
-The California Kid. Synonymous with California and Sacramento. Hometown hero.
-One of the catalysts for the rise of the lighter weight divisions, specifically bantam and featherweight.
-Owner of Team Alpha Male, which has produced some of the best fighters for the lighter weight classes.
-Dominick Cruz’s archrival and only real friend.
-Defended featherweight title five times at WEC.
-34 years old. This will be his 44th and last fight.
Brad Pickett (25-12):
-One of the few famous British names in UFC, known for his trademark fedora and the knockout power in his hands.
-Veteran of the sport with 17 finishes out of his 25 wins.
-Has also expressed that he will be retiring soon. Possibly his next fight, somewhere in the UK.
-Only won 1 of his last 5 fights and currently on a 2 fight losing streak so a lot on the line for Pickett.
-Mike Brown, who has a history of fights with Faber in the WEC, will be cornering Pickett.
FIGHT: Sage Northcutt vs. Mickey Gall (Welterweight 170): In this fight we have two cute, young boys, just banging it out. Both these fighters were discovered on Dana White’s Looking for a Fight show and have received considerable media push from the UFC’s PR department. Emil Meek, who recently debuted at UFC 206, has expressed interest in fighting either of these handsome boys.
Sage Northcutt (8-1):
-Northcutt has moved away from his home at Katy, Texas and is training at Dallas, Texas, with Allen Mohler, grappling coach, for this camp. Not sure if his dad is still head coach or if Mohler is.
-He’s also now become a part-time engineering student, which allows him more time to train. Looks like he’s taking his MMA career more seriously.
-Has an impressive record, starting off his career with 7 finishes, 5 of them coming in the first round. His last fight was the first time he has gone to a decision, which he won unanimously.
-Northcutt is a purple belt in BJJ, and his grappling has not looked as amazing as his striking in his fights so far. The most impressive thing about his striking has been the speed with which he initiates his combos, and then the speed with which he disengages.
-He also has a loss in the UFC versus Bryan Barbarena, via submission (arm-triangle choke), so Gall’s better grappling pedigree might spell trouble for Northcutt.
Mickey Gall (3-0):
-Gall doesn’t have near as much experience as Northcutt in the pro MMA scene. However he is a brown belt in BJJ, which might mean we have a classic grappler vs. striker scenario.
-Haven’t seen much of Gall’s abilities so far as all 3 opponents so far have been 0-0.
-Gall claims that he has hands, he just never had the chance to showcase them.
-Gall is training with Firas Zahabi at Tristar in Montreal. Zahabi will be in cornering Gall this Saturday, so it will be very interesting since Northcutt has previously worked with Zahabi as well.
-According to Gall on the MMA Hour, he’s heard from people at Tristar that Northcutt missed home and this is why no longer works with Tristar. They also told him that Northcutt was not a hard worker and that they feel confident Gall will beat him.
FIGHT: Paige VanZant vs. Michelle Waterson (Women’s Strawweight 115): Neither of these fighters should be close a title shot in the women’s strawweight division. However considering how shallow the division is, they might get a chance to have a go at the champion, Joanna Jedrzejczyk. Waterson has legitimate striking skills and VanZant has the heart and is only getting better.
Paige VanZant (7-2):
-Big win in her last fight. Knocked out Bec Rawlings with a Machidaesque flying switch head kick.
-Has 3 finishes in the Women’s Strawweight division, which is the current highest.
-Still very young and raw talent, got a bit exposed in loss to Rose Namajunas which stopped the hype train. However did also show her heart in this fight and never stopped fighting even though she was getting outclassed.
-Trains in Sacramento with Team Alpha Male. So this fight is hometown(ish) for her.
-Doesn’t train full time, but does cross-fit in her time off to stay in shape.
Michelle Waterson (13-4):
-American freestyle karate fighter since the age of 10 and is currently a black belt.
-Trains in Albuquerque at Jackson-Wink.
-Won 7 out of last 8, with 6 finishes and was also the Invicta atomweight champion (105).
-Debuted in the UFC in July of 2015. Hasn’t fought since cause of string of injuries.
-Both fighters have their blue belt in BJJ, so if it goes to the ground should be about even.
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2016.03.31 21:19 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I’m Nick Jonas, and I was in a sibling boy band. Ask me anything.

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Why was last year so complicated? Favorite cigar (type, brand)? What exactly is Champagne Problems about? What are you going to perform on SNL besides Close? Last year was complicated, because no matter who you are or what you go through in your life, we all deal with the same human issues. I started writing the record and then had a breakup that became kind of the main thing that the songwriting was about. And actually, to answer the third question, Champagne Problems is a song about sharing a bottle of champagne with my now ex as we were breaking up to kind of close that chapter. It was sad and slightly sweet at the same time. It was a range of emotions and feelings and I think this song, although it sounds like a party song, actually has some of the deepest lyrics on the record.
And then cigars? I love a lot of different cigars but the EK52s are some of my favorites, and Party Gifts series D5 reserve 2008s are really good. I feel like I'm speaking a different language right now, but it's good stuff. I wouldn't mind being on the Cigar Aficionado cover, but I think they have a rule that you have to be 35, just like running for president, which is bullshit because I also want to run for president, haha. Look out Kanye. No, I'm kidding.
Last question: I want to keep that a surprise actually. But I can say that I will be performing Close with Tove Lo and I believe it's one of our first or first live TV performance, so I'm pumped.
Hi Nick!❤️ Would you ever consider having kids one day? I'm going to be honest and say that kids do scare me a little bit in the sense that it's a lot of responsibility. And I love kids, love hanging out with kids, but it is a huge responsibility, because this is a person that you'll have to take care of for their entire life.
But, all of that fear and doubt in myself went away recently when I spent a day with my niece. I basically was there for about 6 or 7 hours, just gave her all of my love and attention for that time, and she's two years old. There would be times when she was busy playing by herself, or doing her own thing with other people, and she would give me throughout the course of the 7 hours, maybe 12 minutes total of her dedicated time. And that was the best 12 minutes of my year.
So I saw very quickly what the magic and beauty of having your own kids is. Even just in being an uncle, it was a really special thing. And I'm really happy for my brother and his wife, and I love my niece.
Nick, I'm a huge fan and also happen to be gay. You seem to be very "gay friendly" and embrace your LGBT fans. Have you ever gotten any negative feedback for doing that? I love all my fans, and to be honest, I really see no difference whether they're gay or straight. To me, it's all the same. If they come to my show, and support what I do, I'm incredibly grateful. And the LGBT community as a whole have been so amazing to me.
You know, I play a gay character on Kingdom, the TV show that I do, and that's been an honor, in a lot of ways, to tell this young man's story, who's really struggling to feel okay with who he is in a world that's incredibly macho - the fighting world. So, it comes with a lot challenges; it's a complex character, and faces a lot of really human issues.
So I think I see it all as an honor, and I'm thankful to have fans from many different walks of life, and their support means the world to me. More than anything I'm just grateful to be in the position to get to be in a spot where I can be comfortable with who I am, embrace all my fans, and love them just the same.
What's your favorite drink? I'm constantly switching it up with cocktails. There was a time when I was really into this thing called a Bombay Dream, which I created, which is basically Bombay Sapphire, sparkling water or club soda, a little bit of pineapple juice, and two limes. That's a solid drink, very refreshing.
And then, you know, I kind of regressed to just the regular Tito's vodka and soda with lime. And then for a minute there, it was a little bit of just tequila on the rocks. And now I'm kind of feeling club soda, tequila, and a touch of grapefruit juice. That's my go-to right now.
But then, all of this is trumped by my true love for Coors Light, the world's most refreshing beer. The silver bullet. Keeping it classy with Coors Light.
What has been your most vulnerable song thus far in your career, and what do you believe is the most vulnerable song on Last Year Was Complicated? I think up until this point, A Little Bit Longer has probably been one of my more vulnerable songs. But, I really pushed myself on the writing for this new record to go deep, and talk about things that were incredibly personal for me, and even uncomfortable at times.
And so, I think the song Chainsaw, people will see is incredibly vulnerable and personal. It's about walking back to the house you shared a lot of memories in with somebody. All the feelings that come with that, and kind of working through some of it, and I think that everyone has something in their life that they need to let go of, and Chainsaw represents that way of letting go. And it's actually been helpful for me, and hopefully will be helpful for other people.
Hey Nick. I'd like to know how Jay Z helped you on your album's title? Basically I went to play the music for Jay Z, who's now partners with my manager, Phil McIntyre. When he heard the record, I said, "I think I have a title picked out," and I told him. And he said, "After hearing all the music, I don't think it's quite right. I think you should try thinking of some other things. Can you just tell me what this year of your life was like?" And I said, "Last year was complicated." And he said, "That's it."
So he kinda helped me pick out the title, and having Jay Z in the corners was a good thing.
Nick, As a chick who was too old for the Jonas Brothers, you've recently grabbed me with your funky beats and great singing in your new album. What is your target demographic when you're singing/writing/putting together a song? Do you intend to make ladies feel sexy and to put the moves on to their SO's? I don't really go for a specific demographic when I'm writing music, I think it's more about just doing what comes naturally for me musically and melodically. It's been great to see people respond to music that weren't familiar with my work and with my brothers or were not fans of it and now it's transitioned to them just being a fan of me. So I think it's just about staying true to what comes to you and being, you know, kind of invested in that way.
If you could be any other profession, what would you do? If I could be any other profession, I'd like to be a professional athlete of some sort. Either a baseball player or a golfer. I don't know if that's still in the cards for me, but that would have been it.
How often do you have sex now that you don't wear a purity ring? U/nonnymiss, how often do you have sex?
Here's the reality: being an open book doesn't always mean that you have to share every deep dark secret of your life. It just means that in interviews when people have questions for you that have been a part of understanding who you are, you can address it and be okay with your answers now.
But I think out of respect for myself, and the people that I've shared that with, I don't need to answer that question. Also, isn't it way better to leave it to the imagination...
Thoughts on your ex Miley's new(ish)... persona? Have you talked to her lately? To answer the first part, it’s been a while since I spoke to Miley, but I think that the persona is awesome and I think that she is living proof that you can continue to evolve as an artist and a creator. And I'm a huge Woody Allen fan, so I'm looking forward to seeing the show that she's doing with him.
Also, what is one thing about being a Disney channel star that would surprise people (not meant to be shitstirring, just something about the industry that people wouldn't know about) As far as one thing people don't know, I think the main thing is that it does actually give you good perspective on work ethics. People confuse being a young Disney star with just the pressures that you face which is one piece to it, but it's more than just that.
Since being on the show "Kingdom," have you become a fan of MMA? If so, favorite fights? Fighters? Yes, I became a big fan of MMA. Naturally, being around real fighters and training MMA has kind of given me a totally different perspective. But, the Conlon brothers are really amazing to watch. I really loved watching people like Urijah Faber, when he fights it’s pretty entertaining to watch. Obviously Nate Diaz was pretty incredible.
But I hope that Rhonda comes back at some point in time. I always love seeing a champ come back and do their thing. So, hopefully that happens.
Any dream collaborations you have with any artist? I'd love to work with Kanye, and at some point in time Prince would be amazing as well. I had the chance to perform with Stevie Wonder at the Grammys with my brothers and play with Paul McCartney at the Whitehouse, so Prince is kinda like the completion to my Holy Trinity of music.
also do you listen to rap? If so which rappers are you into right now? I do listen to rap. I love the J. Cole album from last year and obviously Kendrick is amazing. And then of course everyone's loving Panda by Designer right now.
Okay, Nick. Time for the most important question so far. Why not let your curls grow out again? I like the short hair! It's easily manageable, and, I don't know...I don't even know if I grew it back out, if it would be curly again. My hair went back and forth a lot as a kid, being curly and not. So, I don't know. It could just come out straight, there's no way of planning these things.
Also the fact that I think there's an association with me as a young person with that hair; it needs to be a little while before I have it again.
Hey Nick, What is a tuna fish sandwich artist? Marily. It's hard to explain, but basically I approach everything I do with a certain level of care and excellence. I feel like it's important to really be fearless when approaching any art form. And that's not limited to making tuna fish sandwiches. So, sometimes it's about really applying yourself, pushing that experience into this piece of art, so that each bite is overflowing with true care and excellence. Thank you.
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2015.12.05 09:04 krispyyyyy UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor Breakdowns and Picks (DraftKings Odds)

Conor McGregor ($9,900) vs Jose Aldo ($9,500)
This fight is extremely difficult to pick for me and both fighters are honestly very reasonably priced. But, I have to pick somebody. Let's start with Aldo. He's been the one and only UFC FW champion ever since the WEC merged with the UFC. It's very hard to critique a guy liked Aldo. He's almost a perfect fighter with amazing striking and an underrated grappling/submission game that's barely put to use because of his standup. A negative thing I can say is he hasn't been much of a finisher lately. He's only had 7 fights in the UFC and he's only finished 2 of them, 1 being an injury to the Korean Zombie. But let's talk about his skills. He has some of the best boxing in the UFC with his crisp precision and power. He also willingly trades with his opponents and wins most of the exchanges. Secondly, his leg kicks are almost second to none. I still remember what he did to Urijah Faber till this day. Lastly, his grappling. Aldo is a very underrated grappler and can probably take down almost anybody in the division if he really wants too. He's extremely explosive with his takedowns. Now, another negative thing is his conditioning. He tends to fade in the later rounds. Overall, Aldo is a phenomenal fighter and the pound for pound best in the world, but I think it's time for a new champ. Conor has all the tools and the perfect style to beat Aldo. Conor is extremely precise and accurate with his strikes and he has amazing angles. He almost never misses his punches. Secondly, he uses his range very well, especially with his kicks. In his fight with Mendes, the first thing he did was a throw a spinning kick right off that bat to let Mendes know just how much range he can cover. Lastly, Conor has a great chin and he's shown it in most of his fights. I think he can neutralize Aldo. Aldo will try to leg kick him, but Conor is a southpaw and every time Aldo will try to leg kick that front leg, you better believe Conor is coming straight down the pipe with a left hand. I've always thought that the way to beat Aldo is by striking with him since he's very hard to takedown and keep down and that's exactly how I think Conor will win. I'm picking Conor. It definitely won't be an easy fight and may go back and forth, but I think Conor backs up all his talk and gets it done.
Chris Weidman ($10,000) vs Luke Rockhold ($9,400)
This is also a very interesting fight. We all know what Chris Weidman does. He looks to put the pressure on you and put his hands on you with his ever-improving striking, or he just takes you down and does damage from the top position. Let's not forget that he has a solid submission game as well. Another thing to note is his footwork. The way he shut down Machida's movement was great to watch. Now, Rockhold is also an extremely well-rounded fighter. His striking is great as well and he looks to use his range for the most part. He throws a lot of body kicks and he's also very good on the ground. He's shown that's he's pretty crafty with his submissions. Now, the reason why this fight is interesting is because I actually think Rockhold has a chance if Weidman tries taking him down and he pulls off one of those slick submissions. But, overall, I think Weidman takes it. Rockhold is great everywhere, but he doesn't really excel in one aspect of the game. I think Weidman shuts him down by putting the pressure on him, being stronger than him in the clinch and taking him down and going to work as well. Don't get me wrong, it's a close fight and this may be Weidman's toughest test to date, but I think Weidman will be too much for him to handle. He's the choice here.
Jacare Souza ($10,200) vs Yoel Romero ($9,200)
Jacare is an extremely well-rounded fighter. His striking has improved tremendously and he shows a lot of power in his strikes, but the obvious thing to point here is his BJJ game. He's on the best BJJ practitioners in the world and for the most part, when he gets fighters on the ground, he submits them. But, I don't think that's the case here. Yoel Romero is someone who continues to surprise me, especially in the Machida fight. He may be a bit sloppy and reckless with his striking, but he's so fast and explosive that he sometimes gets away with it and when he lands, he does damage. But, the biggest thing to point out about his game is his olympic level wrestling. I honestly think he hasn't really showcased his full potential when it comes to his wrestling and with every fight, he shows how good he really is. He's always improving. I think I'm going with Romero here to pull off the upset. I think he'll use his strength and grappling to secure the win here. Jacare is definitely no slouch and can also win this fight, but I have a feeling Romero will pull it off.
Demian Maia ($10,100) vs Gunnar Nelson ($9,300)
I'm super excited for this fight. I think this fight will be a grappling war and both of these guys are very evenly matched. Both of them excel on the ground. Now, the question is whether the ground game will cancel out and the fight will play out on the feet for the most part. When it comes to Maia, he's always had a solid ground game, but his game is pretty straight forward. He tries to get you down and outwork you. He doesn't really do anything flashy or slick on the ground. His striking is also not so great. He's very sluggish and usually uses it to setup his grappling. Now, when it comes to Gunni, he improves in every fight. I wish he would pick his hands up a bit more and defend himself, but he does have a karate background from my knowledge and has some underrated kicks. He also really impressed me in his fight against Thatch. That combination he landed was amazing and the follow up to get the sub was even greater. I think I'm going Gunni here. I think he has the tools to win the standup exchanges and if it does go to the ground, I also believe he's good enough to hold his own and maybe even get a sub of his own. Jake Shields was able to outwork Maia with his grappling and I expect Gunni can do the same. I'll go with Gunnar Nelson here.
Max Holloway ($10,900) vs Jeremy Stephens ($8,500)
This fight can definitely be FOTN. Stephens always comes to fight and he has crazy power in his hands, feet, knees, elbows, you name it. But, he's fighting Max Holloway here. Holloway continues to improve and in my opinion, he's the future of the division. His striking definitely stands out and he also has great takedown defense. He's also shown that he can submit people with his win over Cub Swanson. Stephens is extremely exciting and is a crowd pleaser, but I think Holloway outclasses him in every aspect here. He's the favorite and for good reason. He's the choice here.
Urijah Faber ($11,000) vs Frankie Saenz ($8,400)
Everytime I think it's time that Faber hangs up the gloves, he shows me why he's one of the best lighter weight fighters of all time. Frankie Saenz is a solid fighter and has definitely impressed in some of his fights, especially against Alacantara, where he was able to out-grapple him and basically dominate the entire fight. That being said, I don't think he's ready for Faber. Faber is just not somebody that he can do that to, in my opinion. If Faber gets taken down, he's quick to scramble to his feet and he's also very crafty with his submissions, especially his chokes. I would also give Faber the edge with his striking. He has power in his hands and uses that power to set up those chokes he's known for. But, I think his biggest advantage is his experience. I think Faber has fought much better guys than Saenz and he'll get the win here.
Tecia Torres ($10,700) vs Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger ($8,700)
Torres was originally scheduled to fight Waterson, but Waterson got injured, so Jocelyn stepped in. One thing to note about Torres is that she's well-rounded in all aspects, but she's not a finisher. All 6 of her fights are wins by decision. Jocelyn is 6-1 with 5 decisions and 1 submission. I think it goes against her that she's stepping in on short notice and I don't think she's ever fought somebody like Torres. I'd probably stay away from this fight because the chances of it going the distance are very likely and Torres is also very expensive. But, if you're gonna pick somebody, Torres is the choice.
Colby Covington ($9,800) vs Warlley Alves ($9,600)
This is going to be closely contested fight. Both fighters are undefeated and both are very well-rounded. I would give the grappling edge to Covington and he can also defend himself on the feet. But, I think Alves may have the edge in striking and submissions. It's a close call and both are reasonably priced, but I think I'm going with Alves here. I think he'll mix up his strikes well and won't get taken down repeatedly. I'm also considering his finishing ability with his strikes and submissions. I'd pick Alves.
Kevin Lee ($10,800) vs Leonardo Santos ($8,600)
The way I see it, this fight is a toss-up. Kevin Lee is a well-rounded fighter and seems to improve in every single fight. I can say the same about Leonardo Santos. He's shown that he has a very solid ground game and when he's striking, he has some solid leg kicks. I think Kevin Lee may mix it up a bit better with his striking and grappling. He also may be more athletic and the better wrestler. But, I think I'm picking Santos with the upset. I think he'll utilize his leg kicks and his striking as a whole in this fight and I also believe he'll have the advantage on the ground. Kevin Lee is good, but besides a finish in his last fight in the UFC, most of his other fights seem uneventful. I'll go with Santos here by a hair.
Magomed Mustafaev ($10,600) vs Joe Proctor ($8,800)
From what I've seen, Mustafaev is a tough Russian. He has a wrestling and boxing background and he's an extremely explosive fighter. Almost everything he does is with extreme power. He has heavy hands and very strong grappling. One thing I can say about Joe Proctor is he has a lot of heart and determination. That being said, there's not much else. He has a solid submission game, but that's about it. In some of his fights he's won, he seems to be losing for the majority of the fight and he somehow pulls off the win. This is evident against fighters like Justin Edwards was winning the fight and somehow got caught in a choke with 2 seconds left in the fight. Proctor is tough, but I think Mustafaev will be too much for him. I see Mustafaev using his explosiveness against Proctor to beat him on the feet or on the ground. I believe he finishes. I'd pick Mustafaev here.
John Makdessi ($10,300) vs Yancy Medeiros ($9,100)
Medeiros is a rangy fighter with solid striking. He's also shown that he has some tricks up his sleeve with some of his submission wins. If he can keep his distance, land some strikes to establish his range and get this fight to the ground, then I can see him winning. I don't think he wants to strike with Makdessi. Makdessi is a very solid striker and I believe that's where he has the edge here. But, like I said, if Medeiros can mix up his game well, I see him winning. For that reason, I'm picking Medeiros here. I believe he just has more tools to win this fight and will avoid getting caught by Makdessi. I'd pick Medeiros.
Court McGee ($10,400) vs Marcio Alexandre Junior ($9,000)
I'm a huge fan of Court McGee. I've been a fan of his ever since he won TUF. The problem here is that he's hasn't fought in 2 years. That's definitely going to be a factor in this fight. He's also fighting fighting a young and tough fighter who's very well rounded in all aspects of the game. It's worth noting that Junior has lost his last 2 fights, but he's still very well rounded. I would probably give the edge to McGee because of his experience and his overall game. He's very durable and knows how to put a pace on people that they can't keep up with. But, that ring rust seems like a huge factor and if Junior could be on point with his gameplan and his timing, then he could win as well. I would say go with your gut here!
FAVORITES TO PICK
Conor McGregor ($9,900)
Chris Weidman ($10,000)
Max Holloway ($10,900)
Urijah Faber ($11,000)
Tecia Torres ($10,700)
Magomed Mustafaev ($10,600)
SOLID UNDERDOG PICKS
Yoel Romero ($9,200)
Gunnar Nelson ($9,300)
Warlley Alves ($9,600)
Leonardo Santos ($8,600)
Yancy Medeiros ($9,100)
GO WITH YOUR GUT
Court McGee ($10,400) vs Marcio Alexandre Junior ($9,000)
Agree? Disagree? Discuss below!
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2015.12.05 07:48 krispyyyyy UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor Breakdowns and Picks (DraftKings Odds)

Conor McGregor ($9,900) vs Jose Aldo ($9,500)
This fight is extremely difficult to pick for me and both fighters are honestly very reasonably priced. But, I have to pick somebody. Let's start with Aldo. He's been the one and only UFC FW champion ever since the WEC merged with the UFC. It's very hard to critique a guy liked Aldo. He's almost a perfect fighter with amazing striking and an underrated grappling/submission game that's barely put to use because of his standup. A negative thing I can say is he hasn't been much of a finisher lately. He's only had 7 fights in the UFC and he's only finished 2 of them, 1 being an injury to the Korean Zombie. But let's talk about his skills. He has some of the best boxing in the UFC with his crisp precision and power. He also willingly trades with his opponents and wins most of the exchanges. Secondly, his leg kicks are almost second to none. I still remember what he did to Urijah Faber till this day. Lastly, his grappling. Aldo is a very underrated grappler and can probably take down almost anybody in the division if he really wants too. He's extremely explosive with his takedowns. Now, another negative thing is his conditioning. He tends to fade in the later rounds. Overall, Aldo is a phenomenal fighter and the pound for pound best in the world, but I think it's time for a new champ. Conor has all the tools and the perfect style to beat Aldo. Conor is extremely precise and accurate with his strikes and he has amazing angles. He almost never misses his punches. Secondly, he uses his range very well, especially with his kicks. In his fight with Mendes, the first thing he did was a throw a spinning kick right off that bat to let Mendes know just how much range he can cover. Lastly, Conor has a great chin and he's shown it in most of his fights. I think he can neutralize Aldo. Aldo will try to leg kick him, but Conor is a southpaw and every time Aldo will try to leg kick that front leg, you better believe Conor is coming straight down the pipe with a left hand. I've always thought that the way to beat Aldo is by striking with him since he's very hard to takedown and keep down and that's exactly how I think Conor will win. I'm picking Conor. It definitely won't be an easy fight and may go back and forth, but I think Conor backs up all his talk and gets it done.
Chris Weidman ($10,000) vs Luke Rockhold ($9,400)
This is also a very interesting fight. We all know what Chris Weidman does. He looks to put the pressure on you and put his hands on you with his ever-improving striking, or he just takes you down and does damage from the top position. Let's not forget that he has a solid submission game as well. Another thing to note is his footwork. The way he shut down Machida's movement was great to watch. Now, Rockhold is also an extremely well-rounded fighter. His striking is great as well and he looks to use his range for the most part. He throws a lot of body kicks and he's also very good on the ground. He's shown that's he's pretty crafty with his submissions. Now, the reason why this fight is interesting is because I actually think Rockhold has a chance if Weidman tries taking him down and he pulls off one of those slick submissions. But, overall, I think Weidman takes it. Rockhold is great everywhere, but he doesn't really excel in one aspect of the game. I think Weidman shuts him down by putting the pressure on him, being stronger than him in the clinch and taking him down and going to work as well. Don't get me wrong, it's a close fight and this may be Weidman's toughest test to date, but I think Weidman will be too much for him to handle. He's the choice here.
Jacare Souza ($10,200) vs Yoel Romero ($9,200)
Jacare is an extremely well-rounded fighter. His striking has improved tremendously and he shows a lot of power in his strikes, but the obvious thing to point here is his BJJ game. He's on the best BJJ practitioners in the world and for the most part, when he gets fighters on the ground, he submits them. But, I don't think that's the case here. Yoel Romero is someone who continues to surprise me, especially in the Machida fight. He may be a bit sloppy and reckless with his striking, but he's so fast and explosive that he sometimes gets away with it and when he lands, he does damage. But, the biggest thing to point out about his game is his olympic level wrestling. I honestly think he hasn't really showcased his full potential when it comes to his wrestling and with every fight, he shows how good he really is. He's always improving. I think I'm going with Romero here to pull off the upset. I think he'll use his strength and grappling to secure the win here. Jacare is definitely no slouch and can also win this fight, but I have a feeling Romero will pull it off.
Demian Maia ($10,100) vs Gunnar Nelson ($9,300)
I'm super excited for this fight. I think this fight will be a grappling war and both of these guys are very evenly matched. Both of them excel on the ground. Now, the question is whether the ground game will cancel out and the fight will play out on the feet for the most part. When it comes to Maia, he's always had a solid ground game, but his game is pretty straight forward. He tries to get you down and outwork you. He doesn't really do anything flashy or slick on the ground. His striking is also not so great. He's very sluggish and usually uses it to setup his grappling. Now, when it comes to Gunni, he improves in every fight. I wish he would pick his hands up a bit more and defend himself, but he does have a karate background from my knowledge and has some underrated kicks. He also really impressed me in his fight against Thatch. That combination he landed was amazing and the follow up to get the sub was even greater. I think I'm going Gunni here. I think he has the tools to win the standup exchanges and if it does go to the ground, I also believe he's good enough to hold his own and maybe even get a sub of his own. Jake Shields was able to outwork Maia with his grappling and I expect Gunni can do the same. I'll go with Gunnar Nelson here.
Max Holloway ($10,900) vs Jeremy Stephens ($8,500)
This fight can definitely be FOTN. Stephens always comes to fight and he has crazy power in his hands, feet, knees, elbows, you name it. But, he's fighting Max Holloway here. Holloway continues to improve and in my opinion, he's the future of the division. His striking definitely stands out and he also has great takedown defense. He's also shown that he can submit people with his win over Cub Swanson. Stephens is extremely exciting and is a crowd pleaser, but I think Holloway outclasses him in every aspect here. He's the favorite and for good reason. He's the choice here.
Urijah Faber ($11,000) vs Frankie Saenz ($8,400)
Everytime I think it's time that Faber hangs up the gloves, he shows me why he's one of the best lighter weight fighters of all time. Frankie Saenz is a solid fighter and has definitely impressed in some of his fights, especially against Alacantara, where he was able to out-grapple him and basically dominate the entire fight. That being said, I don't think he's ready for Faber. Faber is just not somebody that he can do that to, in my opinion. If Faber gets taken down, he's quick to scramble to his feet and he's also very crafty with his submissions, especially his chokes. I would also give Faber the edge with his striking. He has power in his hands and uses that power to set up those chokes he's known for. But, I think his biggest advantage is his experience. I think Faber has fought much better guys than Saenz and he'll get the win here.
Tecia Torres ($10,700) vs Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger ($8,700)
Torres was originally scheduled to fight Waterson, but Waterson got injured, so Jocelyn stepped in. One thing to note about Torres is that she's well-rounded in all aspects, but she's not a finisher. All 6 of her fights are wins by decision. Jocelyn is 6-1 with 5 decisions and 1 submission. I think it goes against her that she's stepping in on short notice and I don't think she's ever fought somebody like Torres. I'd probably stay away from this fight because the chances of it going the distance are very likely and Torres is also very expensive. But, if you're gonna pick somebody, Torres is the choice.
Colby Covington ($9,800) vs Warlley Alves ($9,600)
This is going to be closely contested fight. Both fighters are undefeated and both are very well-rounded. I would give the grappling edge to Covington and he can also defend himself on the feet. But, I think Alves may have the edge in striking and submissions. It's a close call and both are reasonably priced, but I think I'm going with Alves here. I think he'll mix up his strikes well and won't get taken down repeatedly. I'm also considering his finishing ability with his strikes and submissions. I'd pick Alves.
Kevin Lee ($10,800) vs Leonardo Santos ($8,600)
The way I see it, this fight is a toss-up. Kevin Lee is a well-rounded fighter and seems to improve in every single fight. I can say the same about Leonardo Santos. He's shown that he has a very solid ground game and when he's striking, he has some solid leg kicks. I think Kevin Lee may mix it up a bit better with his striking and grappling. He also may be more athletic and the better wrestler. But, I think I'm picking Santos with the upset. I think he'll utilize his leg kicks and his striking as a whole in this fight and I also believe he'll have the advantage on the ground. Kevin Lee is good, but besides a finish in his last fight in the UFC, most of his other fights seem uneventful. I'll go with Santos here by a hair.
Magomed Mustafaev ($10,600) vs Joe Proctor ($8,800)
From what I've seen, Mustafaev is a tough Russian. He has a wrestling and boxing background and he's an extremely explosive fighter. Almost everything he does is with extreme power. He has heavy hands and very strong grappling. One thing I can say about Joe Proctor is he has a lot of heart and determination. That being said, there's not much else. He has a solid submission game, but that's about it. In some of his fights he's won, he seems to be losing for the majority of the fight and he somehow pulls off the win. This is evident against fighters like Justin Edwards was winning the fight and somehow got caught in a choke with 2 seconds left in the fight. Proctor is tough, but I think Mustafaev will be too much for him. I see Mustafaev using his explosiveness against Proctor to beat him on the feet or on the ground. I believe he finishes. I'd pick Mustafaev here.
John Makdessi ($10,300) vs Yancy Medeiros ($9,100)
Medeiros is a rangy fighter with solid striking. He's also shown that he has some tricks up his sleeve with some of his submission wins. If he can keep his distance, land some strikes to establish his range and get this fight to the ground, then I can see him winning. I don't think he wants to strike with Makdessi. Makdessi is a very solid striker and I believe that's where he has the edge here. But, like I said, if Medeiros can mix up his game well, I see him winning. For that reason, I'm picking Medeiros here. I believe he just has more tools to win this fight and will avoid getting caught by Makdessi. I'd pick Medeiros.
Court McGee ($10,400) vs Marcio Alexandre Junior ($9,000)
I'm a huge fan of Court McGee. I've been a fan of his ever since he won TUF. The problem here is that he's hasn't fought in 2 years. That's definitely going to be a factor in this fight. He's also fighting fighting a young and tough fighter who's very well rounded in all aspects of the game. It's worth noting that Junior has lost his last 2 fights, but he's still very well rounded. I would probably give the edge to McGee because of his experience and his overall game. He's very durable and knows how to put a pace on people that they can't keep up with. But, that ring rust seems like a huge factor and if Junior could be on point with his gameplan and his timing, then he could win as well. I would say go with your gut here!
FAVORITES TO PICK
Conor McGregor ($9,900)
Chris Weidman ($10,000)
Max Holloway ($10,900)
Urijah Faber ($11,000)
Tecia Torres ($10,700)
Magomed Mustafaev ($10,600)
SOLID UNDERDOG PICKS
Yoel Romero ($9,200)
Gunnar Nelson ($9,300)
Warlley Alves ($9,600)
Leonardo Santos ($8,600)
Yancy Medeiros ($9,100)
GO WITH YOUR GUT
Court McGee ($10,400) vs Marcio Alexandre Junior ($9,000)
Agree? Disagree? Discuss below!
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2015.08.05 16:43 MarbledNightmare Morning Report: Conor McGregor talks TUF with Urijah Faber, lessons learned from Chad Mendes and dates with Jose Aldo

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2014.09.02 23:51 tabledresser [Table] I am Anthony Pettis, UFC Lightweight Champ and the next athlete on the Wheaties box.

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How often do you train in the gi? How much does it help your MMA? If at all. During the injury, I trained every day with a gi. Definitely helps out your game in MMA, it slows everything down and you have to learn to use technique as opposed to your athleticism.
Do you ever worry about how repeated blows to the head could cause you problems down the road (concussions mainly)? If so, how do you plan to combat this? I definitely worry about my health. Concussions are an ongoing problem in most sports. But at the same time, for me, my best offense is my defense and I try to avoid any damage in practice or during the fights.
Did you and Gilbert get along while filming the TUF season? It's not that we didn't get along. Nothing much was said. We both knew we'd be fighting each other and there was a mutual respect, we're both skilled and in this position for a reason.
What inspired you to become a UFC fighter? I wasn't planning on being a UFC fighter. I started training MMA to teach my students kickboxing and Jiu jitsu. I own two TKD schools in WI, shoutout Victory Martial Arts.
How did the Wheaties box deal come to pass? Did they approach you or was it handled by White and co.? The Wheaties deal was brought to the UFC and the UFC had to choose an athlete to represent them. And given the timeframe of my title defense, Dana picked me to be on the box.
What goes through your head before a fight? Do you get nervous? Do you have a pre-fight routine? I'm always nervous and there's so many things that go through my head before a fight: preparation, letting people down, being embarrassed on PPV, and making my team proud.
What do you think of the overall level of striking in MMA? It feels like you're a step above everyone else except maybe Aldo, but there are so many fighters that don't improve significantly in that area. Do you think these fighters need better striking coaches or need to watch more tape? MMA has a lot of material to learn and it's each athletes' decision as to how they wanna fight. And my style and Jose Aldo's style happen to be striking, but ultimately it's up to the athlete and their camps to decide what style of striking they're going to use.
Hey Showtime, being a Milwaukee native and myself from Madison, what was the feeling like when you won the title in your hometown? It was an amazing feeling to accomplish one of my goals in my hometown. And taking the belt back to my dad's grave.
how does it feel playing yourself in EA Sports UFC? It's cool to see myself in the game, but I suck at the video game, so I don't win very much.
Do you and Sergio try to outflash eachother during sparring sessions? Yeah, actually we do. Duke makes it very personal for me and Sergio while we're fighting, and I think we push each other to be more creative and better martial artists.
What was your reaction to Dos Anjos knocking out Henderson? I don't think anyone expected that even if they thought Dos Anjos was going to win. I was definitely surprised. I fought Ben Henderson twice. One of the toughest Lightweights and I hit him with the Showtime Kick and that didn't do it. So I was surprised when he was knocked out.
How do you like your new nickname... "Shelf time" Pettis? Injuries are part of the sport. I'm only 27 and I'm going to recover the right way to have a long career. But the name does have a ring to it.
Wooo sup champ. So you just filmed tuf. How was coaching with a camera on you? Im guessing showtime was comfortable as now your on a wheatis box! What's next a muay thai movie with keanu reeves? Would you want to get into movies. It was a long process. Had a great time. Watching the strawweight class play out. But excited to be back in my own camp.
I'm open to all opportunities, not sure where this journey will take me.
Ever since the showtime kick do you always feel the pressure to preform a crazy move like that in all your fights? My fight style is very flashy. I grew up doing TKD and I never tried to one-up myself in any of my fights. Flashy moves just happen when I see the opportunity.
Can you say anything about what Nate Diaz said during the airing of TUF 20? I've heard that you guys had something go on. Nate Diaz didn't say anything during the entire time filming. 7 weeks filming and nothing was said. I'm focused on my next opponent and that's Gilbert Melendez.
Who do you view as your biggest threat in the Lightweight division? I feel very confident I have the skill set to beat anyone in might weight class. But the fight I'm looking forward to is Jose Aldo.
Are you glad you didn't make the EA Sports UFC cover, so you can avoid the cover vote [curse?] (Link to en.wikipedia.org Not only did Gus get injured but Jones got injured as well and they both made the cover! No I'm not happy that I didn't make the cover. I'm pretty comfortable with injuries as I've had my share of them already.
Why is everyone ducking Vitor Belfort? Vitor Belfort will be challenging Chris Weidman for the Middleweight title the same night I defend my title, Dec. 6.
How long do you think you have in the sport and what are your plans for after the UFC? I'd like to think I have 10 years left, but I already am starting to build my future. Two TKD gyms, sports bar, barbershop, Wheaties box.
Anthony, thanks for doing the AMA! How do you keep yourself motivated? Any advice to those who would like to start doing MMA? Advice: If you want to start doing MMA, get good insurance.
The way I stay motivated is my will to leave my legacy in the sport.
Which fighter in TUF 20 stood out the most? I can't say much about TUF yet. It airs September 10th. I will say there's some amazing talent on the show.
Hello, Mr. Pettis! Thanks for doing this AMA. Your last fight with Ben Henderson was fantastic, but all too short! Who do you think has the best chance to take your belt from you? What are you focusing your training on right now? I don't think anybody has a good chance of taking my belt. I believe I'm the best in the world. But I'm focusing on becoming a better athlete and an all-around martial artist.
Who are your closest friends on the UFC roster? Sergio Pettis, Urijah Faber, Erick Koch, Dustin Ortiz.
Who are you looking forward to fight during your career? Right now Gilbert Melendez, the only person I'm focused on.
Favourite fighters to watch? Anderson Silva.
What do you think about the guys who use TRT (testosterone replacement treatment)? Is it cheating? It's definitely cheating. And if you need to cheat to compete, then you need to find a different career.
Have you been frustrated that you haven't been able to fight as often as you'd have liked because of injuries and TUF? And is there any prospects at 155 you're keeping an eye on? Yes, definitely frustrating. At the same time I knew what I was getting myself into. Injuries will happen. It's my job to prevent them.
How big of a threat do you see Eddie Alvarez being in the UFC? Do you see you two fighting in the near future? Best of luck in your next fight! Eddie Alvarez has been a champion before. Anybody that knows what it takes to be a champion is definitely a threat.
Hey Anthony big fan, as a Packers fan how do you think they will do this year? I'm hoping they'll be good. Big fan of the Packers. Being from Wisconsin, you must be a Packer fan.
How many times did you practice this one in the gym. I play around with it all the time in sparring, but it was never a move I practiced to perfect.
When will the UFC see boxing type fight contracts? I enjoy both, but UFC fighters remain underpaid when compared to their counter parts. Boxing has a lot more years on MMA. I think bigger money is coming for the fighters, but we are not hurting.
Hey Anthony, I was curious what your greatest accomplishment in MMA so far was; spinning kicks? Champion In multiple organizations? Or do you think it might be getting MMA mainstream attention by the Wheaties campaign? I think my biggest accomplishment hasn't come yet, but the Wheaties cover is huge not only for myself but for our sport.
What's one thing you do to prep for an upcoming match that most people wouldn't suspect? Watch old martial arts movies.
Bloodsport would be on the top of that list.
When you are in a fight, how much pain do you actually feel? I've been curious as to how much it hurts. Not much. You don't feel it til the day after. And it hurts even more if you lose.
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2014.04.11 10:12 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I am Urijah Faber, UFC bantamweight & former WEC champ - AMA!

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Have you heard about Chris Camozzi's campaign to raise money through reddit's MMA community for his friend Gabe, a child in Colorado with stage 4 brain cancer? Have you talked with Chris in Abu Dhabi about this campaign at all? And would you be willing to donate a signed t-shirt, pair of gloves, or other piece of memorabilia to be raffled off to support Gabe? Link to Gabe's Donation Thread `i haven't heard i'll look into it.
If Cruz gets hurt one more time and decides to retire, would you consider him for the striking coach for TAM? Ha, no. Would hate to see all my guys getting hurt from fighting like weirdos.
What is the most painful thing that has ever happened to you in the octagon? Aldo, and the leg kicks. ouch.
Do you credit your large chin for protecting you from knockouts, or do you believe you are more prone to knockouts because of your chin? Thanks, much respect! Haha, thats a great question. Combo of just being tough and having a solid chin. Not sure if the cleft helps?
How did you honestly feel after the controversial stoppage in your title fight with Barao? I was pretty irritated but there wasn't much I could do unfortunately.
When I was into MMA, you were my favorite fighter. I loved WEC. A few years ago, when you fought Mike Brown (first or second time) and continued fighting with a broken hand, I understood what it meant to be a real fighter. He didn't deserve the belt, nevertheless, you have inspired me so much. You are flat out, awesome. How do you have the build you have? Were you always slightly buff or do you lift a lot to get your physique? I've always been pretty fit, `i have pictures from when i was 14 where i look exactly the same. Was raised in a really healthy enviornment and have always been an athlete.
If Tupac never signed with Deathrow and never made "California Love", what would your walkout song be? Thats a good question, I would probly change it every time. Going back to Cali would be a good one. The good the bad and the ugly theme song would be good too.
Have you ever been in a street fight? if so how'd it go? Been in a few, all have gone pretty well.
You're one of those guy that I'll always watch fight, no matter what it takes/costs. Could you name a few current and former(retired) fighters that you feel the same way about? Randy Couture, Nick Diaz, Chuck, Fedor, Sakaraba, and all my guys.
How is your sister doing these days? Huge fan and wish you the best moving forward after the horrible stoppage last fight. You handled it like a true champ. Sis is doing great, working, going to school and engaged. Moving forward with life as usual.
How heavy do you usually weigh on fight night? How heavy do you usually weigh between fights and/or during training? I usually hit around 153-157 the night after weighins. probly enter the cage around 153.
We recently saw that Coach Ludwig is leaving Team Alpha Male. Any idea who will be replacing him? We are currently looking, there have been a lot of applicants. I know Martin Kampman is gonna come check us out. There are a lot of great applicants.
Welcome to Reddit, Uriah! Thank you for doing this, I always look forward to your fights! I would be honored if you answered a few questions of mine. What did Duane Ludwig bring to Team Alpha Male that was responsible for the dramatic improvement in striking (as a camp) lately? What potential fight (excluding yourself) would you be the most excited to watch? Who is better looking, you or Chad Mendes? We have a pretty set schedule for out team practices, we plugged Duane in and he would design the practice. Incorporated a lot of the KBoxing drilling to our regimen. He has some great combos.
If TJ beats Barao then what would be next for you? Would you move back up to 145 or would you be willing to fight TJ? I feel like there are plenty of guys for me to fight. Wouldn't be looking to fight Tj necessarily. We are pretty close.
What's your favourite exercise in your conditioning regime? Grappling.
Who is your favorite fighter to watch that doesn't train at team alpha male? Thanks for doing the AMA. Good luck in your future fights! I love watching Anthony Pettis, joe benavidez, Nick Diaz, and the build up to any Chael Sonnen fight.
Which prominent MMA personality, who never competed in MMA (coaches, media, execs, commentators, etc) do you think would have the most success in the octagon? Not sure about MMa personality, but I think that Mario Lopez would've been good. He is a high level boxer and a high level wrestler. And he recently did an animated fight story with me.
Did you ever fight an opponent that had really bad breath or body odor that it caused you to change your fighting tactics?? I have experianced some BO, not sure about if it changed anything?
I was at MMA Draft last year, you guys doing it again? What's your best advice for a young fighter? Just understand its a long process and surround yourself with good people. We are doing a huge MMA Draft combine at the ufc fan expo.
What do you think about Tommy Toe Hold's impression of you and TAM? Love Tommy Toe hold, show is a crack up. The TAM nursery is funny stuff.
Which non-champion would you like to fight most right now? Also, what changes have you made to your gameplan since training with Ludwig? I'd like to fight Cruz or Baroa. haven't really made any big changes, just go to practice, same stuff for me out there.
Do you think you look better with corn rows, or a more average hair cut? People seem to seem a pattern with the hair, i don't think it matters. if my hair is long at the time i use cornrows. you can double check, but i think results have been mixed.
Is bantamweight going to remain your home? Any considerations of moving back up or dropping down at any point in the future? As of now I'm staying at 135's.
If Nick Diaz is fully retired is he in consideration for head coach at team alpha male? He's got world class boxing and a black belt under Cesar Gracie. Nor Cal unite. Maybe as an occassional consultant, i would hate to be the guy in charge of making Diaz show up to practice everyday.
Do you prefer yourself with long hair or short hair? Btw I think you look a lot better with short hair. Not picky with my hair.
Hey Urijah I thought your last fight call against Barao was bad :( you took it better then I did. Yup, some bull.
Be careful bro. My mom is Bobby Bouche from Waterboy, everything was the devil! I don't even know if I've even had mayonnaise?!
Hey man Big fan! What do you recommend for healthy weight loss Work out more, eat less, eat whole foods.
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2012.06.05 00:25 this1 UFC on FX 3 Draft, UFC 146 and TUF Finale Results

Here are the latest results, let me know if something's wrong.
Sidebar is up to date, I haven't updated the roster google docs or points on there, because I keep this up-to-date. If anyone prefers that I also update the google docs, that won't be a problem, just let me know you feel like being a pain in my ass, and I'll begrudgingly acquiesce.
THE STANDINGS
this1 – 17 mc-obscene - 14 Cp3woo – 12 Darkh0rse82 - 11
Anthony Pettis Chael Sonnen Mark Munoz Renan Barao
Ryan Bader Takanori Gomi Junior Dos Santos Ben Henderson
Martin Kampmann Urijah Faber Chris Weidman Dan Henderson
Antonio Rogerio Nogueira Rory MacDonald Michael McDonald Jon Jones
Brian Ebersol Mathew Riddle Carlos Condit Nate Diaz
Alexander Gustafsson Mike Pyle John Dodson Mark Hunt
Gabriel Gonzaga
Ed Herman
Travis Brown
theguardfighter – 11 lolsaurusrex - 10 BunchaFukinElephants - 9 Phaeno – 8
Stipe Miocic Seth Baczynski Jose Aldo Hatsu Hioki
Georges St Pierre Chan Sung Jung Ramsey Nijem Stephan Bonnar
DaMarques Johnson Alistair Overeem Gleison Tibau Jimy Hettes
Danny Castillo Vitor Belfort Mark Bocek Cain Velasquez
Jake Shields John Hathaway Fabricio Werdum
Johny Hendricks
This is the draft order for the next draft.
Draft Time CST
BunchaFukinElephants 12am Tuesday
Phaeno 7am Tuesday
cp3woo 2pm Tuesday
Darkh0rse82 9pm Tuesday
lolsaurusrex 4am Wednesday
theguardfighter 10am Wednesday
this1 5pm Wednesday
mc-obscene 12am Thursday
And here are your options:
MATCHUPS (If a name is above, it's taken)
Jake Hecht vs Sean Pierson
Henry Martinez vs Bernardo Magalhaes
Buddy Roberts vs Caio Magalhaes
Tim Means vs Justin Salas
Dustin Pague vs Jared Papazian
Leonard Garcia vs Matt Grice
Seth Baczynski vs Lance Benoist
Mike Pierce vs Carlos Eduardo Rocha
Eddie Wineland vs Scott Jorgensen
Mike Pyle vs Josh Neer
Erick Silva vs Charlie Brenneman
Demetrious Johnson vs Ian McCall
Best of luck! And respond anywhere to the main thread so that I get an orangered and can keep this moving swiftlyish.
SIDE NOTE - I was thinking of doing a double draft week-after-next as there's a fuel card and a ppv the night after. I was thinking 2 rounds, you could choose whatever fighter from whichever card. Or I could force you to choose 1 from each card, let me know which idea sounds better.
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2012.04.17 18:30 this1 UPDATED RESULTS!

Gentlemen, it's been too long.
Here are the up to date scores and rosters:
this1 - 14 mc-obscene - 13 cp3woo - 9 Darkh0rse82 - 9
Anthony Pettis Chael Sonnen Mark Munoz Renan Barao
Ryan Bader Dustin Poirier Junior Dos Santos Ben Henderson
Martin Kampmann Urijah Faber Chris Weidman Dan Henderson
Antonio Rogerio Nogueera Miguel Torres Michael McDonald Jon Jones
Brian Ebersol John Cholish Carlos Condit Jacob Volkmann
Alexander Gustafsson Mike Pyle Josh Koscheck
Gabriel Gonzaga Mathew Riddle Mark Hunt
Ed Herman Takanori Gomi
BunchaFukinElephants - 8 theguardfighter - 8 lolsaurusrex - 7 Phaeno - 7
Jose Aldo Stipe Miocic Seth Baczynski Hatsu Hioki
Ramsey Nijem Georges St Pierre Chan Sung Jung Stephan Bonnar
Gleison Tibau DaMarques Johnson Alistair Overeem Frank Mir
Mark Bocek Danny Castillo Vitor Belfort Jimy Hettes
Rousimar Palhares Jake Shields
Fabricio Werdum
If there are any errors or corrections, please let me know. For example, Phaeno is 1 point short of what he probably thinks he should be because the Robbie Peralta fight was ultimately ruled a no-contest.
I'll put up the draft later tonight, since the lottery draft order picker script is on my home computer.
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