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Episode 321: UFC 228 primer + Conor-Khabib for 2 million buys?

Are we hyped for Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till? Is Valentina Shevchenko the uncrowned champ? And is Dana White right to expect two million buys for UFC 229?

CME Book Club: Fletch!

Special guest Sarah Aswell joins the CME to discuss Fletch and how much author Gregory MacDonald may or may not have been fucking with us.

Episode 320: Gaethje kills, plus growing pains for Bareknuckle FC

Justin Ray Gaethje KOed James Vick in 1:27 on Saturday, Bareknuckle FC starts to reveal its flaws and Buffer vs. Diaz is the hottest feud of the summer.

Episode 319: Would the UFC really rebuff GSP’s superfight offer? Really?

Dana White says he won’t let Georges St-Pierre fight the Conor-Khabib winner (*knowing wink*), Justin Gaethje and James Vick prepare to do terrible things and James Gallagher gets kicked. Right. In. The. Face.

Episode 318: A livestream grab bag

For the first time ever, Ben and Chad open the livestream up to everyone and take questions from the audience.

Episode 317: All hail The Messenger, Tilly Dills (and stills), plus Conor vs. Nurmy is ON

UFC 227 provided twists and turns–Henry Cejudo and Tilly Dills reigned–and Conor McGregor is set to return against the dude he threw that hand truck at, so …

Episode 316: Conor Back, Plus a Bunch of Rematches!

UFC on Fox 30 looked great on paper and the fights themselves turned out to be banging on Saturday night in Calgary. 

Episode 315: Shogun falls, Alvarez & Poirier do it again, brother

After nearly seven painstaking hours of UFC: Hamburg on Sunday, Anthony Smith made short work of Shogun Rua in their main event light heavyweight fight.

Episode 314: JDS wins, Stipe is pissed & Shogun heads to Germany

Junior dos Santos out-dueled Blagoy Ivanov in the main event of UFC Fight Night 133 on Saturday, though the unanimous decision win wasn’t exactly the home run needed to declare the former champion well and truly “back.”

Episode 313: DC wins UFC heavyweight title … wait, what?

Ben and Chad discuss the catharsis of seeing Daniel Cormier win the heavyweight title, even if it meant toppling somewhat likeable dude Stipe Miocic.