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Join Alchemist Radio tonight where we will talk about UFC 175, TUF 19 Finale and we say farewell to one of the greatest fighters to ever compete in MMA, BJ Penn.
Starting things off we will speak with Front Row Brian who was in Las Vegas this past weekend.
Titan FC heavyweight Walt Hariis will join the show to discuss his upcoming bout against Dave Herman at Titan FC 30 in Cedar Park, TX on September 26.
Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson has played a pivotal role in all three of Chris Weidman's UFC championship bouts. We'll discuss his time spent on Long Island helping Weidman prepare for his lastest second title defense against Lyoto Machida.
Jim Miller will face Donald Cerrone on July 16th in Atlantic City in a battle of two very exciting lightweights. Miller will be fighting in front of his hometown crowd when the UFC returns to Atlantic City.
Tune in at 7pm EST/4pm PST. Follow the show on Twitter @AlchemistRadio and host Bryan Levick @BryanLevickMMA
Tonight Jason and Rob welcome Walt Laskowski. Walt will be discussing energy and not just the paranormal but also natural world. Walt has studied Reiki along with para-psycholopgy and metaphysical sciences in New Jersey. Walt also possesses the ability to cleanse your home or business of spirits remotely.
Finding out a loved one has cancer can be overwhelming. Cancer affects not only the person diagnosed, but all those who care about that person. Walt discusses his journey as a caregiver for 32 months after his wife was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Caring for someone who is sick, taking on new responsibilities, and worrying about the future can be exhausting at the very least. Walt’s experience will benefit all caregivers.
In the second segment Mark will be discussing information and resources for caregivers, those who provide emotional, spiritual, financial, or logistic support to a person diagnosed with cancer.
Tonight on Alchemist Radio Bryan Levick will discuss last night’s UFC Fight Night card in Atlantic City and preview this Saturday’s card in Ireland featuring Conor McGregor vs. Diego Brandao.
Joining the show first will be Front Row Brian who will give his thoughts on last night’s card and whatever else is going on in the world of MMA.
Mike King made it to the quarterfinals of The Ultimate Fighter where he lost a very close decision to the eventual winner, Eddie Gordon. King will face Cathal Pendred this Saturday in Ireland. Pendred also lost to Gordon in the Ultimate Fighter semifinals.
Walt Harris will call-in to discuss his showdown with Dave Herman in Cedar Park, TX on September 26th on Titan FC 30. Harris defeated D.J. Linderman via 1st round knockout in his Titan FC debut on May 16th at Titan FC 28.
The show begins at 7pm EST/4pm PST.
Walt Willey, is an actor, entertainer, comedian, cartoonist and philanthropist. He is best known for his role of Jackson Montgomery, on the ABC Television daytime drama, All My Children. He chats with Take 2 Radio about what his illustrious career and his current projects.
2013 marks Walt Aikens' third consecutive year as an All-Conference Big South player. The senior cornerback made the first team this season and second teams in 2012 and 2011. Aikens started at safety as a freshman at Illinois and now has played three years at boundary corner for the Flames. A rare athletic specimen, Aikens is quickly climbing up draft boards and is fast becoming a highly touted player in scouting circles. Walt joins Joe Everett of Rookie Draft to talk about his college career and the NFL Draft process.
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Walt Hamptonis a writer, speaker, coach and adventure photographer. He is a high altitude mountaineer and a blue water sailor. His mission: to help others have great lives; to rediscover their passions; to live their dreams. For more than 25 years he has counseled and advocated for business leaders and individuals through countless transitions, difficult, challenging and rewarding. Visit his website at: http://www.walthampton.com
Walt Willey was born in Ottawa, Illinois and attended Southern Illinois University, where he majored in fine arts. In 1981, he headed to New York to pursue professional acting. After performing in numerous off-Broadway productions and stints on "Another World" and "Ryan's Hope", he joined the cast of "All My Children" in 1987, originating the role of Jackson Montgomery. In 1989, Willey branched out into stand-up comedy and became a member of the Friars Club, a passion he still enjoys with his “Wild and Willey Comedy Tour.” Walt is also touring with live performances of: “Wild Bill! An Evening with James Butler Hickok” with an in-school program that benefits drama programs in local high schools. His website is www.waltwilleyworld.com
Every year there are players who get the snub from the NFL Combine. The Liberty defensive back Walt Aikens is still waiting for the invitation. Aikens is a rare sized defensive back with plenty of raw ability. Standing at six feet and a little over 200 pounds (205), Aikens looks the part of an NFL corner. "I like him," Gus Bradley said. "I like big Walt. I think it's his spirit. We talked earlier what we are looking for, and I think he had tremendous spirit for the game. We talked about some of the techniques he needs to work on, but his overall spirit is what really jumped out." Aikens is like a gem that needs to be polished. He played in the Medal of Honor Bowl prior to his invite to the Senior Bowl. Now the question remains will he get the ultimate invite and head to Indianapolis for the NFL Scouting Combine. "I work as hard as any of the guys out there if not more," Aikens said in Mobile, Alabama after a team meeting. "Felt like I had something to prove down here and felt like I proved it. Feel like if I get that combine invite I'll have more to prove." Aikens impressed all week in Mobile at practices. "Stay in your zone Walt," yelled one of the Jacksonville Jaguars coaches. "Don't get out of whack stay on top." He is still a little raw around the edges but you can't coach guys into being his size and the technique of the position can be harnessed in. "I'll show up to perform," Aikens said confidently. "I'm not going to back down."
Walt Hampton is an Ivy-educated trial attorney, high-altitude mountaineer, adventure photographer, blue water sailor, and ultra-distance runner. He is the best-selling author of Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters. His message is this: Live deeply. Live fully. Love well. Find adventure and joy. Revel in audacious possibility. Rediscover the fun in your life. Don’t let your dreams die. Give to the world the gifts that are yours alone to give. Executive Director of Summit Success and founder of the Positive Leadership Academy, he is a leading authority on the application of positive psychology to educational success, business development and goal achievement. He is a dynamic motivational speaker, driven entrepreneur, sought-after leadership trainer and skilled executive coach. His mission: to help others have great lives; to rediscover their passions; to live their dreams. For more than 25 years he has counseled and advocated for business leaders and individuals through countless transitions, difficult, challenging and rewarding. He teaches peak performance skills, leadership, goal achievement, business and lifestyle design. You can follow Walt on Facebook and LinkedIn.