The show will kicked off with hosts David McKinney and Kyle “Kyote” Rozewski wrapping up last week’s action, which saw two UFC events and multiple other regional events.
The night’s first guest was the undefeated Harrison, who will defend his Ring of Combat featherweight title at ROC 49 on Sept. 19 against UFC veteran Jeff Lentz (9-4). ROC promoter Neglia has said that he thinks Harrison could be the next ROC alum to make it to the UFC, and a win over Lentz would certainly help get him there.
Then Neglia himself called in to discuss the upcoming ROC 49 event. A former kickboxing champion and 8th degree karate black belt, Neglia has sent over 80 ROC alumni to the UFC, including current middleweight champion Chris Weidman, former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar, former welterweight champion Matt Serra, and many more. Neglia is also one of the most repsected men in all of martial arts.
And finally, Hutchinson stopped the show to discuss his upcoming pro MMA debut, which takes place on Nov. 26 at Pinnacle FC 9 in Pittsburgh. “Hutch” competed in multiple amateur bouts before his pro boxing days, and is one of the better boxing prospects in the Ohio Valley.