Co-Main Event Podcast Episode 65 (8/20/13)

New logo 65Consider it yet another significant hurdle cleared by the UFC on Saturday, as the organization’s Fight Night 26 show ferried Fox Sports 1 into the world with the violent, crowd-pleasing stuff of promoters’ dreams. As the fog of war dissipates, the Co-Main Event Podcast swoops in to sort through the particulars. So, Chael Sonnen got a big light heavyweight win just in time to drop back to middleweight, huh? And you say Alistair Overeem is looking more fireable than ever after his knockout loss to Travis Browne, is that it, old sport? And FS1’s ratings seem to be a smashing success? Yes, well, Ben and Chad will be the judge of that, as they break down all these topics and more during the next seventy minutes or so.

Plus AYFKM and Just Sayin’ Stuff.

Sounds: This week’s soundtrack comes courtesy of podcast listener Dirty Mike Newstead and his rock outfit Withdrawal. Hear more of their stuff here.

Direct downloaders may wash out of the UFC while high-fiving John Howard right here.



4 comments on Co-Main Event Podcast Episode 65 (8/20/13)

  1. Joakim Kalantari says:

    I was worried that the big news that broke yesterday would not make it on the podcast. Thank God that spell is broken. I could not have contained my excitement for hearing your thoughts on the stellar match up between the Janitor and The Assassin, for another week. Oh, Bellator! Just shut up and take my money already.

  2. Marius says:

    FUCK YES, CME is back in my life! oops no….that’s from something else….can’t quite place it tho

  3. DonnyL says:

    Anatomy 101: The arm is the region from the shoulder to the elbow. The forearm is the region from the elbow to the wrist. Therefore, Nick Newell has two arms, but only one forearm.

    Tidbit: Chad Dundas’ favourite body part: The Third Leg.

  4. James in Detroit says:

    A week of anxiously waiting for the new CME and its over again so soon 🙁 We need another 5 rounder! Until then… I will anxiously be waiting for next week.

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