LIVE: UFC 231 Recap Show

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The never-ending weekend of combat sports madness has finally concluded. It was a loaded stretch, another dominant Lomachenko performance, the K-1 World Grand Prix, and KNOCK OUT Muay Thai extravaganza were particularly delightful. But the sheer depth of violent content was overshadowed by UFC 231‘s two title bouts, chiefly Max Holloway‘s record-breaking beatdown of the undefeated Brian Ortega.

Join the MMASucka staff as shockingly handsome host Brian Gerson is joined by Ed Gallo and Patrick Auger to review our favorite fights and narratives of the weekend.

MMASucka Live: UFC 231 Recap

The MMASucka: Live squad is here to take your questions, and give our reactions to all the combat competition that has passed.

On the docket are topics such as:
Is Max Holloway the greatest featherweight of all time?
Does Brian Ortega’s corner belong in jail?
Can Valentina Shevchenko make a name for herself in a shallow division?
Did Thiago Santos get any better, or is 205 just bad?
Do fans have unrealistic expectations for Lomachenko?
Why didn’t Brian and Patrick watch Japanese kickboxing this weekend?

All that and more in our live weekend recap. Outrageous comments are encouraged.

Let us know your thoughts on the topics discussed, this weekend’s events, and whatever else is on your mind in the comments here, on Youtube, or on Twitter!


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Ed is a fan of the finer things in combat sports. Low kicks, inside trips and chokes from front headlock are a few of the techniques near and dear to his heart.

When interviewing fighters, Ed is most interested in learning their philosophies and the thoughts behind their in-competition processes.

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