The MMA Report Podcast: Ricky Simon and Westin Wilson

Ricky SimonThis week on The MMA Report Podcast, Jason Floyd and Daniel Galvan of TheMMAReport.com discuss the latest in mixed martial arts and Jason has interviews with Ricky Simon and Westin Wilson.

At the start of this week’s podcast, Jason talks about what he has learned over the last week. From the popularity of Manny Pacquiao versus the UFC and learning the meaning of a “Eskimo Brother.” After discussing those two topics, the guys get into the DAZN press conference and Bellator President Scott Coker announcing fighters that will be in the upcoming welterweight tournament.

Up next, Jason and Daniel give their thoughts on what happened last weekend at the UFC and Bellator fight cards. They tell you what stuck out to them and then they get into the Buy/Sell portion of the podcast as they discuss five mixed martial arts topics.

Then it’s on to the interview portion as you will hear Jason’s conversations with Ricky Simon and Westin Wilson. Ricky previews his upcoming fight against Benito Lopez at UFC 227 and Westin talks about his fight this weekend in Texas. Following the interviews, Jason and Daniel wrap up the podcast by previewing this week’s PFL 4 and UFC Fight Night 134.

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3 Responses

  1. combat sports fan

    I can see these MMA promotions not being around in the next 2 to 3 years: PFL, Titan, ACB, Fight Nights, Cage Warriors. Unless they get bought by someone. Maybe KOTC n Shamrock FC won’t be around either.

  2. combat sports fan

    Why doesn’t fighters or managers mention Bellator matchmaker Rich Chou? But they mention Mike Kogan n Scott Coker when praising them.