A Man Walks Into An Armbar MMA Podcast Will Be Late This Week
You can’t make this stuff up. First, Chad and his wife have a baby (podcast cancelled), next the Northeast was rocked with bad storms that knocked out power to the studio (show cancelled) and now the show taped last night and the computer crashed wiping out everything (Chad said a few F bombs) so ‘A Man Walks Into An Armbar‘ MMA podcast will be late this week once the guys can tape again. This sucks and the show gives its apologies for not pumping out content like they want to. Please listen to past episodes in the meantime.
Episode Details: BDARadio.com writers Chad ‘The Champ Is Here’ Alden and Paul St. Amand Jr. discuss Conor McGregor may have Tweeted about his next opponent (10:58 – 18:12), I bet you want to see my rear naked – Magdalena Zuchowska (18:13 – 27:56), near death weigh cut Paige VanZant (27:57 – 34:09), Mike Perry highlight video (34:10 – 41:40) who would win in a fight – UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Till (41:41 – 64:13) and much more including Bellator 185: Mousasi vs. Shlemenko (64:14 – 72:04)!!!
About “A Man Walks Into An Armbar”
A Man Walks Into An Armbar is a weekly MMA podcast brought to you by BDA Radio and is dedicated to giving you all the hot takes on the week’s top mixed martial arts news stories. It features BDA Radio writers Chad Alden and Paul St. Amand Jr. The show is about a half hour long and may contain some adult themes so listener discretion is advised.
Opinions expressed on the show are those of Chad and Paul and do not represent the opinions of their employers, colleagues, friends and families.
Both Chad and Paul have been fixtures in their local MMA community. They have been around the industry for years and have gained many friends in the fight game. We hope you enjoy their non-technical but extremely funny take on the sport.
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