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On tonight's episode of Beards on MMA, the hosts chat about the upcoming UFC on Fox 8, which takes place this Saturday afternoon (for the West Coast anyway) from the birthplace of grunge - Seattle, Washington.Following that, they'll talk about the upcoming Bellator card next Wednesday, featuring Michael Chandler and David Rickels squaring off for the Lightweight title. Cutman Matt will be enroute next week, so we'll gather his last thoughts before we see him on the other side of the card.We then welcome Minnesota area amateur fighter, and longtime support of Beards on MMA - Kyle "The Spartan" Todd. Kyle's got a title fight coming up on August 10th, and we'll catch up with him about his fight, his project car and much more.With both as former bartenders, Cutman Matt has offered to drink whatever Kyle asks too - So this could get dangerous.Join us for Beards on MMA at 9 PM Eastern / 6 PM Pacific live and every Tuesday.
We sit down with the match maker Trent Standing from Prime Fighting to talk about this STACKED Prime Fighting 2 card they have on September 28th at the CLARK CO FAIRGROUNDS. Then he have Swayze Valentine dropping in to catch us up on her big news. 7pm PST dont be late!
Prophetess Leatrice Toland was told by God to find all the people she hurt and ask for forgiveness. In this espisode, "Fighting for Forgiveness" she explains why God commision her to do this.
Call your Social Network friends or those in this bondage. Tell them they to go to listen to this show today. It's going to be life changing. Their lives will never be the same.
Call in for prayer: (347) 945-5529 To be a guest on the show email me at: prophetessLT@gmail.com
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Violence is everywhere. Just watch television, or go on the internet and you will find it. Often action movies will always have a hero and a villain, with the hero winning out at the end by having a huge physical fight or a violent gun battle with the villain.
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Let me ask you a question: What does it mean to keep your word? If you said, “Well, Dr. Joan, it means that if I say I will do something, then I do it, for sure.”
And I would agree. Another way to look at it would be that it means if I make any kind of promise, I keep my promise. I keep my word.
Today, we discuss a difficult subject related to keeping your word. We will tell the story of a young woman who promised her boyfriend she would quit smoking. Her struggle, her failure, and her ultimate, earnest desire to keep her word and achieve her goal is laid out by Dr. Joan, along with basic hints for success.
If you are fighting an addiction and have made a promise to someone that you wish to change your patterns of addiction, listen to Dr. Joan’s hints. Dr. Joan’s practical pointers may help you, in some way, to keep your word and preserve your relationship.
Are you experiencing relationship issues at home, at work, or at play? Tune in to hear Dr. Joan describe alternative solutions. Follow along as she presents keys for harmony.
A portion of each program is devoted to the reading of Dr. Joan's published stories about human disputes. She is currently reading from her first novel Gra Im Thu! I Love You! The story is about two Irish families who find themselves intermarrying, even though they are poles apart in the areas of religion and politics. Tune in and listen to the story, as the O'Grady and Gwynn families learn to solve their potato encounters and develop a method for making delicious mashed potatoes together. Find out how diversity and harmony can live in the same house.
KickAss Radio welcomes Val Solomon and Erica Willick, creators of GORGO Women’s Fitness Magazine, to talk about their all-digital women’s fitness magazine, called GORGO, set to launch on November 1 and why they think people need or want a new magazine with all the information available online. Listen in as they share how they got connected on this kind of business venture and their thoughts on how women get fitness information these days.
Val Solomon, a mother of 4 boys and military wife from Ft. Meade, Maryland, is no stranger to fitness nor the world of social media. Val built her social media following to 50,000+ in two years with her brand of living a fit life FOR her children, instead of being fit in spite of four kids.
Erica Willick, a mother, accountant and wife from London, Ontario, went from being a fit but fairly shy office professional to being a favorite Oxygen magazine fitness model, an international cover girl and a Pro Bikini Model champion in one year.
They connected thanks to a shared passion for empowering women in fitness, but noted a diet quick-fix and gimmick-ridden trend that was prevalent in fitness magazines on the newsstand. The pair believe women are craving more challenge, as well as more real information to inspire themselves to make healthy changes that last.
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In this episode, we explore the topic of "fighting thru life" and elements that lead us to "fight"; fight for what we believe, to protect those we love, to protect ourselves, for principle, for justice, etc... Isn't it important to fight for what's right?
We discuss true power and the challenges that get in our way. We also discuss the differences between power/strength and weakness/submission. Can we get thru life without having to "fight" thru it? Can we have/want/need/believe in peace thru life?
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Well, that sucked, right? After a brutal loss to Ohio State, Adam, Cari and Dan are back to discuss what went wrong (SPOILER ALERT: a lot), what went right (SPOILER ALERT: not much), and where we go from here. PLUS, the gang previews this Saturday's contest against the Fighting Illini of the University of Illinois, on Episode 10 of the Black Shoe Podcast!
On this Ontario-themed Tuesday edition of MMA DieHards Radio, host Jason Kelly (Twitter: @JayMMADieHards) is not only joined by a special group of guests, but also a guest co-host.
Alex Gasson (Twitter: @Pecker17) will assist Kelly in the booth and they will welcome a slew of guests from Saturday’s Provincial Fighting Championship.
Taking time out of their busy schedules just days before PFC 1 to join MMA DieHards Radio are Chris Horodecki, Jesse Gross, Shannon Ludlow, Kyle Prepolec, Malcolm Gordon, PFC cageside announcer Reed Duthrie, and PFC president Jamie Champion.
This crew of fighters and staff members will give an all-exclusive breakdown ahead of PFC’s inaugural card, which takes place Oct. 26 in London, Ontario, Canada.
Every week this Illinois based show gets worldwide recognition as it features host, Dave "The Butcher" Clifford to bring you his perspective on the current happenings around the world of MMA.
This week producer, Chris Maltsburger, has devoleped a new series titled "Fighting to regulate MI MMA". Those of you that don't know, MI MMA at an amateur level is not regulated and is still considered the "wild west" due to a lot of behind the scenes lingo. This week we will welcome a very distinctive panel of guests who have been heavily involved in trying to get it regulated and those who do not. Our goal is to get the proper people to join us to see how it can be a beneift on many angles to have it regulated or at the least give a good explaination on why its not worth the time of few to do so. This will be a very interesting topic of discussion to say this least and look forward to having on our of our guests.
All guests scheduled by producer "The Network" Chris Maltsburger. -- Show sponsored by Patino Diet.com, official diet plan for Team Alpha Male