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Greg Jackson, Liz Carmouche, Carla Esparza, Shannon Knapp Ray Longo on This Week

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On our last show before Christmas, Alchemist Radio has packaged together a great group of guests for our listeners this week.

Invicta FC strawweight champion, Carla Esparza, who is one of the initial 11 female fighters chosen by the UFC to participate on The Ultimate Fighter 20 and compete for a shot at the UFC strawweight title joins us at 7:10pm ET.

At 7:30pm ET, UFC women's bantamweight contender Liz Carmouche will join us and step up her efforts to become one of the coaches of The Ultimate Fighter 20. Carmouche was the first women to step inside the Octagon at UFC 157 when she faced Ronda Rousey for the UFC women's 135lb. championship, would make an excellent coach.

Ray Longo is preparing to make his way to Las Vegas where he will corner UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman against Anderson Silva at UFC 168 in a rematch from UFC 162. Longo will call in at 8pm EST and discuss the most anticipated rematch in UFC history as Weidman will look to defend the tite he won by knocking Silva out in the second round.

Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp will join us at 8:20 to discuss last weekend's Invicta FC 7, the promotions future, what her thoughts are on TUF 20 and naming Julie Kedzie as their new matchmaker.

At 9:00pm EST, Greg Jackson will offer his unique take on a variety of topics going on in the world of MMA these days. We'll discuss Georgs St. Pierre's decision to vacate his UFC welterweight title and take a break, Jon Jones vs. Glover Teixira and much more. Jackson will also talk to us about what's next for Carlos Condit after Matt Brown was injured and Nick Diaz turned down a rematch against The Natural Born Killer.

Join Mitch Ciccarelli and Bryan Levick at 7pm EST.

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