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V-Rod LoCurto, Carla Esparza, Myles Jury & Antonio McKee

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Veronica "V-Rod" LoCurto is back in the shop and with the recent events in Women's MMA we have plenty to talk about. Of course we are going to talk the upcoming UFC Women's debut fight with a title on the line. Liz Carmouche and Rhonda Rousey are set to square off in that history setting match and I can't wait to get V-rod's thoughts about this. We will take the first hour of the show and talk nothing but Women's MMA.

You thought C was for cookie, but it's not! C is for Carla Esparza and Champ. Two things that are going to be said in the same sentence, if Carla has her way at the upcoming Invicta FC 4 card, January 5th. Carla is on a 3 fight win streak with the last two coming inside the Invicta FC banner. Carla is set to take on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt Claudia Gadelha who is undefeated and knowing Carla that doesn't mean nothing. The Cookie Monster is ready to bang and I am sure that the fact a bright new shiny belt is on the line makes it even more motivating.

Alright second hour we turn things over to the fellas and our first guest is a man who has two amazing facts to drop on you. The first is that he has been on two episodes of The Ultimate Fighter. That's right, he injured his knee on his first appearance in the first episode and lost to Al Iaquinta on his second appearance. Regardless of how those turned out Myles Jury is still undefeated in his career and 1-0 inside the UFC

Antonio McKee AKA Mandingo, AKA El Negro is back and you know that means it could get more then crazy. Antonio is set to take on Shinya Aoki in a bout that was scheduled to take place back in 2011. We will talk to Antonio about how things are at the Body Shop, training for a guy like Shinya Aoki and how you look for training partners when facing such an opponent. Antonio is never one to shy away from the tough questions and usually brings them up on his own. 

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