The MMA Tonight crew returned to the 102.5 FM (Nashville) radio airwaves Wednesday night with guest, rising UFC heavyweight Stipe Miocic, who is coming off the biggest win of his career against Roy Nelson at UFC 161 earlier this month. Stipe talked about his win over Nelson and what’s next for him inside the UFC’s heavyweight division.
A guest on Wednesday’s episode of MMA Tonight (102.5 FM Nashville), Daniel Cormier discussed his upcoming co-main event fight with Frank Mir taking place this Saturday at UFC on Fox 7. A 2004 Olympian, Cormier also shared his thoughts on wrestling being in danger of being dropped from the Olympics and how the UFC may be able to help. Hosts Darren McFarland and Chris Pappas also discussed the upcoming UFC 159 card and much more.
The MMA Tonight (102.5 FM) crew was joined this week by Strikeforce welterweight champion Nate “The Great” Marquardt as he gets ready to face no. 1 contender Tarec Saffiedine on the final Strikeforce card Saturday night live on Showtime. As someone who started out fighting at light heavyweight (205 lbs.), then fought at middleweight (180 lbs.) … Read more
Clay Guida was a guest Wednesday evening on MMA Tonight with hosts Darren McFarland, Chris Pappas and Ed Clay. Guida discussed his drop to featherweight and his upcoming fight against Hatsu Hioki.
Xtreme Fighting Championships President and Founder John Prisco was a guest Friday morning on 102.5 FM’s 1st Quarter MMA segment to discuss next week’s “XFC 18: Music City Mayhem” fight card which takes place at Municipal Auditorium in Nashville and airs live on HDNet.
As always, MMA legend Frank Shamrock will be performing commentating duties this weekend on Showtime when Josh Barnett and Daniel Cormier put a bow on the Strikeforce heavyweight tournament. In an interview with 1st Quarter radio on Thursday, Frank shared his thoughts on the tournament final between Barnett and Cormier, as well as the Strikeforce lightweight title fight between Gilbert Melendez and Josh Thomson. He also discussed his life after fighting and the long-term dangers for MMA fighters.