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Episode 331: Stop Doing Stuff with Your Eyes

Are we ready to accept Santiago Ponzinibbio as welterweight No. 1 contender? Also, Bellator throws it back to the early 2000s with a tape delay from Israel and Francis Ngannou prepares to fight Curtis Blaydes. In the middle of the night. From China.

Episode 330: 25 Damn Years

The UFC celebrates its 25th anniversary with a Fight Night event in Denver. Yair Rodriguez and Chan Sung Jung have a crackerjack. Mike Perry and Donald Cerrone settle their rivalry … for now.

Episode 329: What’s Your Problem, Floyd Mayweather?

Stunning news this week, as Floyd Mayweather Jr. announces he’ll be doing … something … at Rizin 14 on New Years Eve. Plus, UFC 230 wrap-up and a Fight Night 139 preview.

Episode 328: So We’re Making TRADES Now?

Derrick Lewis is set to cash-in on his balls being hot against Daniel Cormier at UFC 230, Anthony Smith seems like a good little light heavyweight contender and, wait, you can do TRADES in MMA?

Episode 327: Bellator GP Action + DC vs. Beast

Ben and Chad try not to jinx the Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix. Plus, new fights for DC, The Black Beast, Jonny Bones, Lusty Gusty, Shev-champ-o and Joanna Former Champion.

Episode 326: Some People Don’t Play

CANNONBALL!!! After Khabib Nurmagomedov goes into the crowd to brawl with Dillon Danis, Ben and Chad question whether anything really goes when you’re “selling the fight.”

Episode 325: The Big Banana

Conor McGregor vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov is nearly upon us! Plus, your dudes break down much of the action from Bellator 206.

Episode 324: Jon Jones + Conor McGregor = A Good Week

Jon Jones back. Conor McGregor back. Plus, why is Bellator trying to hide Gegard Mousasi vs. Rory MacDonald from us?

Episode 323: All. Questions. Considered.

All listener mail all the time on this AQC episode. Ben and Chad talk results from UFC: Moscow and answers questions on all things under the MMA sun.

Episode 322: Woodley whips Till + Did Nicco Montano get screwed?

On tap this week: UFC 228’s main event turns out to be a showcase fight for Tyron Woodley, Nicco Montano loses her title without even fighting and wild times afoot at strawweight.