Back for another beast of an episode for Show 110, and the show is loaded like a shotgun in the middle of Watts in the riots of August 1965. This show is slammed with talent like an Onyx song…
You don’t want to miss a single one of these guests as we have on the man making his UFC debut at UFC on Versus 6, the man who won the Fight of the Night Honors at the last UFC Fight Night. Second hour we kick things off with a man who choked his way into this season of TUF, and the CHAMP himself!
Our first guest is back for another stop and drop at the Barber Shop. Walel “The Gazelle” Watson steps into his Octagon debut the same night our last guest is set to defend his UFC title. Walel brings a record of 8-2 into the Octagon and is looking to add another win to his record.
I love talking with Walel as it’s always a great interview, we will talk to him about the recent success of his team, his goals at this point now that he is getting a shot at the big stage, if he vacated his strap, and much more. Don’t be late for the start of the show, cause it’s pure fire from the get go!
Our second guest knows a thing or two about putting on a fight. Don’t believe me, it’s all good cause his bank account knows the truth, as did Dana White when he awarded him Fight of the Night honors at the last UFC Fight Night card. Lance Benoist walked away with the win against Matt Riddle and a great UFC debut.
We will talk to Lance about the win, the nerves of making your UFC debut, being the first UFC fighter from his city to get a win, and being undefeated as an amateur and a pro. Did I mention that five of Lance’s six wins as a pro came from KO’s! Yeah this is a man to keep an eye on and don’t be thinking about closing your eyes cause you never know, he might put you to sleep!
Second hour kicks off with a lil’ TUF love, yeah that’s right we got the man who earned his bed in the house with a nice Triangle choke. Okay so just to give you a clue Stephen Bass is the man stepping up for us this season of TUF and breaking down the weekly grind. What you didn’t think we would have a weekly guest, well you thought wrong and Mr. Bass is the man stepping up to the chair here at the shop.
The 28-year-old trains and coaches alongside friend of the show Muhsin Corbbrey at the Champions Training Center in Savannah, Ga. Five of his 10 victories have come via submission. Did I mention that he is 10-0, yeah don’t count out Stephen as he very well could be the darkhorse of the season.
The last man on the show is bringing in a fancy, shiny, gold belt to the shop. That’s right Dominick Cruz is dropping in and you know that means the show is ending with fireworks. Not only do we get to talk to the man who might be the most humble champ in the sport’s history, but also one of the pound for pound best in the sport!
Dom is coming off an impressive win over Urijah Faber, which means that he avenged his only loss. Dom is set to take on Mighty Mouse at UFC on Versus 6 with the strap on the line. Trust we will have plenty to talk to Dom about
and every time we have dealt with Dom he kills the interview the same way he does opponents, with dangerous angles and fast reactions. Tune in to another stacked show and get ready for the way only we do it!
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