Just a few more weeks, folks. Just a couple more events until UFC 225 is finally upon us. Until then, we’re wading our way through a spate of dangerously top-heavy cards. The good news is, they’ve been surprisingly fulfilling so far, for the dozen or so people watching, and that means there is always plenty to talk about after the fact. Topics for this week’s episode include:
- Darren Till’s rapid rise to relevance, and the questions he still needs to answer
- An interesting clash between two exciting pseudo-prospects in Makwan Amirkhani (Mr Finland vs Mr Mississippi, anyone?)
- Kamaru Usman’s frustrating victory over Demian Maia at UFC Chile
- Tatiana Suarez’s dominant performance in the co-main event
- Dominick Reyes: official badass, now ready for a ranked opponent
- Enrique Barzola: underappreciated badass, now 5-1 in the UFC
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