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Eddie Gordon, Ben Saunders, Matt Riddle & Front Row Brian on Alchemist Radio

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Tonight on Alchemist Radio, hosts Bryan Levick and Adam Conklin will welcome four incredible guests to the show.

Titan FC welterweights Ben Saunders and Matt Riddle will discuss their recently announced match-up which will take place at Titan FC 29 on August 22nd in Fayetteville, NC. The two will meet to determine the new Titan FC welterweight champion in what should be an explosive match-up between two Ultimate Fighter veterans. Riddle made his promotional debut at Titan FC 27 in February and promptly defeated Michael Kuiper via guillotine choke in the second round. That bout was contested in the middleweight division. Saunders will make his debut after competing for Bellator. The ATT trained fighter went 7-3 in the organization after a 4-3 run inside the Octagon and was a two-time welterweight finalist.

TUF 19 middleweight Eddie Gordon is back again. This time he will discuss his win over Cathal Pendred last week in the semi-finals. The hard fought victory earned the Serra/Longo trained fighter a spot in the TUF 19 Finale which will take place on July 6th in Las Vegas. Gordon has defeated two tough fighters in Mike King and Pendrad and will look to capture the six figure contract and reward his friends, fans and family for the unbelievable support.

Twitter insider Front Row Brian has been a busy man lately. The man who knows Chael Sonnen better than anyone has been inundated with questions about Sonnen’s retirement as well as the rumors regarding his talks with Bellator. FRB discussed how he feels about Chael’s decision to hang up the gloves, whether or not he feels he will fight again and why Sonnen would never work for Viacom/Bellator. We also discussed the UFC’s decision to hold so many events and what it does to their product and his feelings on UFC 175.

 

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