MMA 2 the MAX: UFC 216 Review, Bellator 184 Discussion

UFC 216 Review
Demetrious Johnson secures an arm bar submission against Ray Borg in their UFC flyweight championship bout during the UFC 216 event inside T-Mobile Arena on October 7, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. – Getty Images

On this episode of MMA 2 the MAX, Robert Taylor is no longer solo, as Joseph Hudson is back to discuss what went down at UFC 216. Did Tony Ferguson make it 10 in a row to win the interim Lightweight title? Did Kevin Lee stop the momentum and punch his ticket to stardom? Does Conor McGregor even want to fight the winner, or does he stick with the Nate Diaz trilogy?

Plus, we discuss the main event of Bellator 184: Dantas vs. Caldwell! Did Eduardo Dantas defend his Bantamweight title, or did Darrion Caldwell achieve his dream?

And, as always, we name our Beer of the Week!

MMA 2 the MAX: UFC 216 Review, Bellator 184 Discussion

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About MMA 2 the MAX

An MMA podcast, focused on reviewing fights from UFC, and sometimes Bellator! Listen as hosts Robert Taylor and Joseph Hudson discuss the UFC fights right after they happen, sometimes in sloppy drunken detail! They’ll also discuss the biggest news, from fight announcements to major signings! Not to mention, they give you their thoughts on weigh-ins, outside the fighting world stuff, and much more.

Robert Taylor

Robert has been a long time MMA fan from back in the early days of the UFC. Growing up a pro wrestling fan, the transition to MMA fandom seemed organic. A fan obsessed with stats and random trivia, he hopes to entertain the masses with his analysis.

Joe Hudson

Joe is a huge fan of footwork and distance, but even he throws those ideals to the side for an entertaining brawl. A fan since before the first Ultimate Fighter, he truly found his hardcore fandom while watching Griffin vs. Bonnar 1. He enjoys nothing more than discussing the finer points of MMA.


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