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Rashad Evans, Tyron Woodley, Jens Pulver, Jon Chaimberg

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Tomorrow night on Alchemist Radio, hosts Bryan Levick & Mitch Ciccarelli welcome two former UFC champions, a top UFC welterweight and one of the best strength & conditioning coaches in all of MMA.

Kicking things off will be former UFC lightweight champion Jens Pulver. The 38-year-old Washington native is one of the true pioneers of the lighter weight divisions in mixed martial arts. 

Up next will be former Strikeforce welterweight title contender Tyron Woodley who is preparing to face former UFC welterweight title contender Josh Koscheck at UFC 167 in November. The American Top Team Standout is coming off a tough loss to Jake Shields at UFC 161.

Tri-Star is not only home to top coach Firas Zahabi and top welterweights Georges St. Pierre and Rory MacDonald, the gym also has one of the top strength & conditioning coaches in any sport in Jon Chaimberg. Fighters and athletes from all walks of life come to Montreal to work with Chaimberg.

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans will join us to talk about his recent win over Dan Henderson at UFC 161 and when and where we can expect to see him fight next. Rumors have been swirling that he will take on Chael Sonnen at UFC 167 on the UFC's 20th anniversary show and serve as the co-main event to the UFC welterweight title bout between champion Georges St. Pierre and number one contender Johny Hendricks. A win over Sonnen will put "Suga" extremely close to another crack at the UFC light heavyweight title.

"The Fight Scientist" Reed Kuhn will help us wrap things up. We will discuss last week's two events, UFC Fight Night 27 and UFC 164 as well as go over Wednesday night's card in Brazil that features a main event of light heavyweights Ryan Bader and Glover Teixeira.

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