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Ricky Lundell, Saad Awad, Chris Beal, Joe Taimanglo

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Frank Mir, Erik Perez, Joe Lauzon and Carlos Condit have all had our first guest in their corner in the last few months, but he has also made two back to back appearances as a coach on The Ultimate Fighter. Ricky Lundell is opening the show and if you aren’t familiar with Ricky and his resume let me give you a few of his credentials. Ricky has the honor of being the youngest North American to received a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu 
 
It’s time for Bellator season nine lightweight tournament and that means we had to bring back Saad Awad. Saad was on a tear last year before a very controversial stoppage resulted in Saad losing the season 8 final to David Rickels. We will talk to Saad about how he has used the last six months to get ready for another run in the sports toughest tournament, how he feels he stacks up with this seasons other competitors like John Alessio, Rich Clementi, and of course his first opponent Martin Stapleton.
 
Kicking off the second hour is a man who earned his spot on The Ultimate Fighter 18 in the first episode and he did it in fashion. What else would you expect from “The Real Deal?” Chris Beal is back this week to talk the third episode of this season and it’s a very important episode as Chris is set to fight.
 
Our last guest has no problem calling himself “a little guy from a little island,” but just remember big things come in little packages. Joe Taimanglo is coming off an impressive win at Bellator 99 against Andrew Fisher where he secured a win in the opening round of the Bellator featherweight-tournament. The win pushed Joe’s current win streak to 10 and one step closer to winning this years tournament and collecting that 100,000 dollar check.

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