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ESPN UFC Podcast: Cooking up a storm

New UFC UK head Garry Cook joins the pod to reveal his plans for the sport in the UK. Plus, Michael McDonald tells us about his plans for beating Renan Barao.

(00:15) | December 12, 2012



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ESPN UFC Podcast: Champions Elect?

ESPN UFC Podcast: Anthony Pettis' coach Duke Roufus joins the podcast as Gareth A. Davies and Luke Barnatt look at a second half of 2013 stacked with title fights. Plus, Tom Watson and Phil Harris on fighting in Brazil.

(00:11) | Jul 18, 2013

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ESPN UFC Podcast: Golden Weidman humbles Silva

ESPN UFC Podcast: Gareth A. Davies is joined by BJ Penn, Roy Jones Jnr and Dana White to look at why Anderson Silva lost? Plus, Stephan Bonnar, Forrest Griffin and Kelvin Gastelum.

(50:34) | Jul 10, 2013

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ESPN UFC Podcast: Taking nothing for Grant-ed

ESPN UFC Podcast: TJ Grant joins Gareth A. Davies to discuss Benson Henderson, Anthony Pettis and TRT in the UFC. Plus, Ricardo Lamas, Roger Gracie and Norman Parke.

(58:03) | Jun 24, 2013

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