As ever, if you’re under 18, go away.
It’s the Strange Wolves Podcast Hallowe’en special!
Race, religion, politics, gender, Van Damme movies, it’s all fair game here.
Vinny, John, Marcus and Tom tackle this month’s big issues in MMA, as well as a wide variety of other nonsense.
Tom Hogan’s top 3 is something to do with grapplers who can’t strike. And yet he doesn’t mention Demian Maia. Ball dropped there, Tom.
As is now customary, Marcus takes some cheap digs at Michael Bisping and his alleged vision problems.
There’s a preview of WCFC6 (https://www.facebook.com/events/1103172889797685/) and what effects it might have on the Galway MMA scene.
Who wins between Krav Maga and Capoeira, and more importantly, who cares?
Delving into the world of politics, the podcast crew discuss childrens MMA in Chechnya, and the reprecussions of Fedor’s objections to it.
The pending return of ‘Rowdy’ Ronda Rousey is enough to excite Marcus, who’s happy to have her back in his life.
Predictions are made for the utterly stacked UFC 205 card.
Conor McGregor’s fine for throwing cans of Monster, and the nature of McGregor fandom is analysed.
Will he beat Alvarez? The boys give their opinions, despite the advice of the lawyers.
Tyrone ‘T. Wood’ Woodley vs Stephen ‘Yer Man’ Thompson splits the panel, as does Chris Weidmann vs Yoel Romero.
John risks his personal safety by criticising Tim ‘American War Machine’ Kennedy.
In a very recent tradition, the lads review another martial arts movie from yesteryear, Best of the Best.
Here’s the poster quote: “It sucked badly”.
In an unusual segue, John displays his impressive knowledge of Scandinavian Black Metal and Satan worshipping.
When things eventually turn back to MMA, the ‘Coaches Corner’ topic is Ground ‘n’ Pound, and the evolution of that aspect of the game.
Fascinating stuff, as always.