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Headlining NFC 66 on June 28th will Be DayTroy Lyons-Lee Vs Rusty Crowder, two diverse and talented practitioners of Martial Arts. A breakout fighter this year, DayTroy "The Last King of Sparta" Lyons-Lee has been absolutely on fire, and he pops by the studio tonight to give us a little idea as to why. With skilled opponents/challenges always across the cage, and a true hunger within himself, The Last King has much to offer MMA.
And he is just getting started.
Tune in as we sit down with one half of the main event of NFC 66, going down in the 28th in Atlanta. You won't be disappointed. Of course, swing back our way tomorrow as we begin to dissect two very exciting upcoming cards; one in Columbia and one in Upstate South Carolina. Catch the exclusive news, headlines, and interviews all right here next time on War of the Words!
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Tonight we will be talking to our very own Tito Carlyle and about his visit to NYC and performances in Spanish Harlem we also have a special guest a very talented Boxer Demond Nicholson.
Demond Nicholson started boxing at the age of 6. Joined the well known boxing gym HeadBangers at the age of 17. Turned pro July 20, 2013 at the age of 20.Nicholson is Undefeated at 6-0 with 6 big Knockouts, only his first opponent has seen the 2nd round. Since his Pro debut Nicholson has destroyed each opponent in the 1st round, breaking & fracturing all 5 opponents ribs. Stay tuned to the Politiklee Inkawrect calendar to for upcoming events and fights.
After recently moving, my daughter was so excited to call and talk that I asked her to come on the radio! Nothing like sharing wonderful things. We just moved to Spartanburg, and Ellany is in Savannah helping her mom (my X) move to Atlanta before coming up here to join me for the summer. Catch a fun and random episode of War of the Words and help me welcome my 8 year old daughter Ellany to the MMA community!
XFE 40 on the radio all week. Tuesday we punch you in the face with more goodies as we catch up with Robby Golden on his road to #XFE 40 on April 12!
Also at 9:30 we talk to Kenny Gaudreau about his upcoming XFE 40 pro clash with Oscar Correa!
Tickets at www.XFEmma.com
With his 50th fight in the books last Saturday, and graduation approaching this Saturday, there can be no denying Muhsin Corbbrey is on the rise both within and around us. Join us today on War of the Words as we catch up with Corbbrey to talk about his victory at Havoc 3, his diploma, the UFC, and so much more. Of course, Champions Training Center and how those guys are doing.
Also up will be CJ Davis, on to talk to us about his hairraising split decision battle with Carl Crawford last Saturday. With the craving to compete still burning after Havoc 3, CJ Davis is already hungry for the next fight, and we look to discuss this and his most recent match today.
Dont miss another exciting edition of War of the Words!
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We are meeting with Mike Rotondo, CEO of Tropical Smoothie Café... What began as a single location on a beach in Destin, Florida has grown to be a lifestyle brand for people looking for healthy alternatives to fast food. Every day we serve up great-tasting, nutritious food and smoothies at more than 350+ locations in the U.S., with more in development. Find out more by listening to the show!
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90's R&B Group: SOUL FOR REAL
Formed in 1992, Soul for Real signed with Uptown Records and released their debut album "Candy Rain" on March 28, 1995. Produced by Heavy D, Candy Rain's first single was the album's title title track. The song hit #1 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts and peaked at #2 on the Hot 100 Charts. Their second single, "Every Little Thing I Do", reached #11 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and #17 on the Hot 100 chart.
Soul for Real's second album, "For Life", was produced by Sean Combs and released on September 24, 1996. The album peaked at #119 on the Billboard 200, and the album's second single "Love You So" peaked at #64 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in 1997.
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