It's been a crazy week in the world of combat sport, with Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor's massive world tour dominating the news cycle. But this past weekend also delivered a spectacular night at the SSE Hydro as UFC Glasgow produced a feast of finishes.
On a packed show, UK-based MMA journalists Simon Head and Chamatkar Sandhu react to the breaking news of Gegard Mousasi's switch to Bellator and preview the Mayweather v McGregor press tour. The duo also look back at UFC International Fight Week and look ahead to UFC Fight Night in Glasgow.
Simon and Sandhu unpack a double-header of UFC action ahead of UFC International Fight Week in Las Vegas. The duo run through both fight cards for the TUF Finale and UFC 213 and offer their big-fight predictions, including one bold shout for the interim title fight between Yoel Romero and Robert Whittaker.
Simon and Sandhu return to the airwaves to look back on a packed double-header of MMA events, with Bellator's landmark show at Madison Square Garden and UFC's Fight Night in Oklahoma delivering talking points aplenty.
With Sandhu away this week, Simon takes the helm for a solo flight through the big stories of the MMA week, including a look back at UFC Singapore, a look ahead to UFC Oklahoma, Germaine de Randamie being stripped of her title and Conor McGregor's confirmed bout with Floyd Mayweather.
Simon and Sandhu are back as they recap UFC 212 as Max Holloway dethroned Jose Aldo in Rio de Janeiro to capture the undisputed UFC featherweight title. The lads also look ahead to a heavy-duty main event in New Zealand as Derrick Lewis takes on Mark Hunt in Auckland.
Simon and Sandhu take a look back at the events of UFC Fight Night in Stockholm, Sweden, as Alex Gustafsson hit the heights once again with a superb main event performance. They also look ahead to the next big show, as Jose Aldo and Max Holloway look to unify the UFC featherweight titles at UFC 212 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The Brit Pack are back with a full lineup this week as Simon and Sandhu pick the bones out of Bellator 179 in London as Rory MacDonald defeated Paul Daley, and Daley reignited his rivalry with Michael 'Venom' Page. The lads also look ahead to UFC Fight Night in Stockholm, as Swedish star Alex Gustafsson looks to return with a big win over fellow contender Glover Teixeira.
With Sandhu away this week, Simon takes the helm to guide you through a full recap of UFC 211, where Stipe Miocic put his stamp on the heavyweight division, Joanna Jedrzejczyk did the same in the strawweight division and Frankie Edgar proved this game’s all about levels…
Simon Head and Chamatkar Sandhu run through the big fights on a big card as UFC 211 looks set to reignite the MMA year in Dallas, Texas. The lads preview the contests and offer their (vastly differing) predictions ahead of the huge event, before answering listener questions in their regular Q&A spot.
During another gap week for big-time MMA, Simon and Sandhu recap the spectacular night in London as Anthony Joshua stopped Wladimir Klitschko in front of 90,000 screaming fans at Wembley Stadium. They also debated the UFC's future, and whether they one day could replicate an event of that scale here in the UK.
Simon and Sandhu look back at the events of UFC Fight Night 108 in Nashville, Tennessee, as a series of crossroads fights saw some fighters take a big step forward, while others fell back down the ladder. The pair also answer another batch of listener questions in their regular Q&A section.
Simon and Sandhu run through the fight card for UFC Fight Night 107 in London, England as Jimi Manuwa looks to pick up a big hometown win over American Corey Anderson. The guys also take a quick look back at the big stories from UFC Fight Night 106 in Fortaleza, Brazil, as Kelvin Gastelum stopped Vitor Belfort in the first round.
The biggest fight card of 2017 so far is about to go down in Las Vegas, and The Brit Pack are on hand to preview the double-world championship lineup at UFC 209. We share our pre-fight picks, break down the big matchups and take a look back at the Bellator 179 press conference in London as the build-up to Paul Daley v Rory MacDonald started in earnest.
Simon and Sandhu look back at UFC Fight Night in Halifax, as Derrick Lewis became a bona-fide star with his brutal destruction of Travis Browne and his jaw-dropping post-fight speech. The lads also look back at Cage Warriors 80 in London and discuss the unfortunate postponement of Matt Mitrione v Fedor Emelianenko at Bellator 172.
Simon and Sandhu look back at a rare thing indeed - a disappointing UFC event - as UFC 208 failed to hit the high nights in the Big Apple. The vibe was altogether more positive in London, however, as Bellator announced Paul Daley v Rory MacDonald for Wembley Arena on May 19.
Simon and Sandhu return with a recap of UFC Fight Night in Houston as 'The Korean Zombie' returned with a knockout win. The lads also look ahead to UFC 208 as Holly Holm and Germaine de Randamie get set to do battle for the UFC women's featherweight title. They also discuss the prospect of a British Bellator superfight between Michael 'Venom' Page and Paul 'Semtex' Daley.