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Mark Pavelich, Antonio McKee, Joey Beltran, & George Roop

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 Our first two guests have January 27th marked on their calendars both for very different reasons, but both equally important. Our second hour is filled with two men looking to get back to big things in the octagon and I feel bad for the men who will stand across from them.

First up is one of the most outspoken men in MMA and one that is never scared to tell you how he is feeling. That’s right we got Mark Pavelich back on the show and trust me we have plenty to talk about. Mark and the rest of the MFC crew are getting ready to kick off a huge show on January 27th at the Mayfield Trade Centre. The card is stacked with some of the most exciting guys in the sport.

EL NEGRO IS BACK IN THE SHOP!!! (Sorry I couldn’t keep it a secret any longer) Yep Antonio McKee is back and I can’t wait to chop it up with the man that has no problem telling you what he’s thinking. Antonio is back in the ring for MFC 32. Antonio is back to his winning ways after dispatching of Jai Bradney back in August. Antonio is a favorite of the show for his honesty and hype that he brings with every interview

Second hour we kick things off with a man with a chin made of Iron and fists made of steel. Joey The Mexicutioner Beltran is dropping in on the show to talk about his upcoming battle against Strikeforce Heavyweight Lavar Johnson. Joey always brings it and trust me there is plenty to talk about from his upcoming fight, to how Joey is giving back to the community.

Last up is a man that brings it every time he steps in the cage, if I said Roop would you say George? Well that’s who is wrapping things up. Roop is stepping in to the cage to take on Cub Swanson in his next fight which should be a barn burner and could garnish a KO of the night or Fight of the Night honors. George is coming off a Split Decision loss which many saw in favor of Roop.