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This weeks show is kicked off by "The Professional Predator" Brian Rogers. Brian is coming off an amazing KO win at Bellator 119 with a flying knee. Now Brian is set to step back into the Bellator cage September 19, 2014 against promotional newcomer Rafael Carvalho. Brian was originally set to face James Irvin, but injury resulted in his original opponent and his first replacement Brett Cooper pulling out of the fight. Follow Brian on Twitter @BRogthePredator
Our second guest is a bad, bad man... So bad that you might want to check under your bed and in your closet before you go to sleep. Richie "Boogeyman" Martinez is on the show. Richie is a beast on the mat and inside the cage. Richie trains out of 10th Planet and is an Eddie Bravo brown belt, but you gotta add some awesomeness as well and Richie did that by training out of Team Hurricane Awesome. Follow Richie on Twitter @BOOGEYMAN_TFS
We kick off the second hour with a man who packs a serious punch. Raphael "The Silencer" Butler is joining us and if you don't know the background on Raphael you're in for a treat. Raphael didn't come up in the world of MMA, but rather in the ring. Raphael had an amazing Amateur career, resulting in him winning the 2004 National Golden Gloves Super Heavyweight Championship. Raphael has got hands, resulting in him winning 7 of his 9 fights by TKO/KO. Follow Raphael on Twitter @RealThaSilencer
Our last guest made MMA news when he signed with One FC July 13, 2014, and we can't wait to talk his debut with the promotion scheduled December 5, in the Philippines. Brandon Vera is back on the show and he's got lots to talk about. We will talk with Brandon about his decision to sign with One FC, his goals while inside the promotion, and what it means for him to get to fight in the Philippines. Get to Twitter and follow Brandon @Verafied
Kicking off the show is a fighter who already went through the toughest fight of her life and it was before she ever stepped into the cage. Jessica “Evil” Eye is opening up the show ready to talk about her recent signing to the UFC and her journey to get to this point in her career. Jessica is making her UFC debut against Sarah Kaufman at UFC 166 on October 19.
They say an apple a day keeps “The Doctor” away, but I don’t think an orchard of apples could keep Kendall Grove from seeing the Doctor at Bellator 104 and lucky for you “The Doctor” is making a house call before then. Joe Vedepo is our second guest and ready to talk about his upcoming Bellator match up.
Opening the second hour of the show is a man riding an eight fight win streak and looking to end his opponents seven fight win streak. Norman Parke is back back on the show and set to face Jon Tuck in a bout that was set to take place in April of this year.
Imagine being able to attend a seminar with Brandon Vera, Alex Gustafsson, Demian Maia, Erick Silva, Wilson Reis, and Stipe Miocic all in one day. Well guess what Bad Boy and Alliance MMA are making it happen on October 19, at 795 Thi
The guys talk about the rash of injuries that have hit the UFC as of late and how it impacts the sport as a whole. Also the guys look at the cards that have changed and which fights have been impacted and if it makes some of the events better or worse.
Tim Boetsch is comnig off the biggest win of his career over Okami. Tim will talk about his mindset during the fight, what he had to do to make the comeback and how it makes him feel to hear Dana White tell other fighters about Boetsch's comeback. Also he'll talk about Bisping and if he'll continue to seek that fight after Lombard, how Hector sizes up against him and the thoughts of Lombard being offered a title shot if he can beat Tim.
"I think of Dana said Hector's getting a title shot if he beats me, I think he should grant me the same thing. I want a title shot when I knock out Hector"
Brandon Vera is one of the sport's most talented fighters who never found his full potential. Brandon stays honest when he tells us about not being where he should be now, why his training is different and what about this fight with Shogun is so important. Fighting a legend or fighting on national TV.
"Everyone keeps saying it's such a huge deal, it's the main event on Fox. I don't care, the biggest thing is I'm fighting Shogun...Dude, I'm fighting Shogun, everything else is second. I'm fighting Shogun!"
"I eat, sleep, wake up thinking about Shogun."
Brandon also tells us about how his training camp changed and his thoughts on where he wants to be by the end of 2012.
I say it is more blessed to give and receive. How would you like to receive an extraordinary opportunity to make extra money, part-time, full-time, anytime? How would you like to receive healthy products that will replace those toxic products with chemicals? How would you like a home business where you will be your own boss, make your own hours and the sky is the limit?
Sounds too good to be true? It is true. You can change your life, improve your health and increase your wealth. Listen to today's show with Brandon Langer, Global Vice President of Symmetry and find out how.
Thank you for being a part of this journey of The Brandon Watlington Show! Two years of doing a show that I love and want to give me all to is a blessing and so makes me thankful for the opportunity! Plus having amazing listeners like YOU!
We're looking back over the years at the best and "what in the world" moments of The Brandon Watlington Show.
Welcome Brandon Boudreaux to our show!!
Brandon grew up in the suburbs of New Orleans and attended the prestigious New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, with alum such as like Harry Connick jr., Anthony MacKey, and the Marsalis brothers, for creative writing and specialized in prose poetry. Then he attend the College of Santa Fe to study experimental filmmaking before graduating from Full Sail University with a degree in film.
Moving to New York City in 2000 Brandon began a career as an editor work mostly in
advertising and music videos. Working with some of the biggest names in advertising
Brandon's edited award winning commercials for client like Coca-Cola, Samsung, MTV, and Converse. He's worked with director's like David Fincher, Diane Martel, Randy Krallman, and Speck Gordon along with musicians Kanye West, Beyonce, Pharrell Williams, the Killers, and more.Since 2010 Brandon has also collaborated with artist Leah Singer and guitarist Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth on a continuously evolving multimedia and performance piece called Sight Unseen.
Since it's premiere Sight Unseen has been performed at various film and art festivals around the world with every performance being unique. Brandon, along with Erick Dozier, formed No Name Brand Films in 2010 with the intention of
writing and directing their own work. Since then they've created three short films that have played at film festivals across the world, including the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, as well as a number of music videos and are currently developing a web series as well as writing several feature film screen plays. Their most recent short film Neighbors was produced by the two of them, written and directed by Brandon, recently had it's premiere is now being submitted to film festivals. Finally Brandon is also the father of two teenagers, Bain and Lillie, and often include them in the making of his films.
Amanda and Chris start by breaking down Packers-Bears, asking if it's the best Aaron Rodgers has ever played. They then shift to whether or not Green Bay has a must-win game against Philadelphia this weekend, and what the game means in terms of winning the division or making the playoffs via wildcard. They then welcome in Brandon Gowton from the Eagles blog Bleeding Green Nation to talk about how legit Mark Sanchez's game against the Panthers really was. They then talk about what a healthy offensive line might mean for LeSean McCoy, touch on the emergence of Jordan Matthews, and look at the playoff landscape for the NFC as a while.
Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Lawson and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda's work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris's musings at Midwest Sports Fans.
The guys talk TUF live and if the format works for people who have watched the show since it's first season. Ronda Rousey is impressive, but does she have enough talent to fight against to really show her skills? The guys also tackle the all heavyweight main card of UFC 146.
Mike Dolce always gives us something to think about when it comes to nutrition and this time is no different. Check out an exclusive diet? tips that he gives MMA Weekly listeners including how he would set up YOUR day to lose weight.
Mike also tells us about the Thiago Alves fight and gives us a look behind the scenes when Vitor was told Rumble wouldn't make weight. Mike tells us what was more insulting than even him not making weight.
Brandon Vera is coming off of a big win against Eliot Marshall. Find out what was going through his mind as he almost lost by submission in the final moments of the match and what he did to mentally prepare himself to no tap out to the painful submission. Brandon also shares with us the reason he had to pull out of his fight with Thiago Silva recently and when we can expect to see him in the cage again.
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