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Tuff-N-Uff's Jeff Meyer, Jason High, Jared Rosholt & Invicta FC's Lauren Murphy

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Alchemist Radio is back with our third show in a week. On this episode we will speak to a very diverse group of fighters and MMA personalities.

Leading things off will be the Vice President of Tuff-N-Uff, Jeff Meyer. The Las Vegas based amateur MMA promotion has been the sports leading organization when it comes to focusing on amatuer fighters. They have taken on the moniker of "The Future Stars of MMA and have worked with some of the best fighters in MMA including UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.

27-year-old Jared Rosholt is set to make his UFC debut at The Ultimate Fighter Finale 18 on November 30th against fellow UFC newcomer Walt Harris. Rosholt is the younger brother of former UFC middleweight Jake Rosholt and a teammate of UFC welterweight number one contender Johny Hendricks. He currently posseses an 8-1 record with 3 knockouts and 3 submissions.

UFC welterweight Jason High won his second straight fight inside the Octagon this past Saturday night at UFC 167 in Las Vegas. The KC Bandit defeated Anthony Lapsley via unanimous decision to run his overall record to 18-4. In August at UFC Fight Night 27 he defeated James Head via 1st round submission.

Lauren (Taylor) Murphy will face Miriam Nakamoto on December 7th at Invicta FC 7 for the right to become the inagural Invicta FC bantamweight champion. Murphy who was recently married is 7-0 with 5 wins by knockout and 2 by decision. The 30-year-old Anchorage, AL native was named as a possible replacement to face Sarah Kaufman a few months back after Sara McMann withdrew from the bout. This will be her third fight for Invicta having defeated Kaitlyn Young and Sarah D'Alelio in her previous two bouts.

The Fight Scientist Reed Kuhn will join us to review UFC 167 and the controversial main event between UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre and number one contender Johny Hendricks.

Tune in at 7pm EST!!