Strikeforce: Fedor Vs. Silva Talk And More On MMA Nation On 106.7 The Fan

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As anyone who reads this space closely already knows, me (@MMANation) and my producer (@Othellob) attended Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Silva live in the flesh this past weekend in East Rutherford, New Jersey. I've been late getting the podcast from Sunday's MMA Nation show up, but here we are.

Before we get to the segments, I want to thank all the callers from across the country and North America who shared their insight and perspective. I greatly appreciate you guys calling in.

Also, don't forget about my interview with USA TODAY's Sergio Non. He was there as well and I've put our discussion on YouTube.

For the rest of the segments, get them after the jump.

In the opening segment, Othello and I talked briefly about the trip and what Fedor Emelianenko's loss to Antonio Silva and what it means for the fighter, for Strikeforce and the heavyweight tourney:

In the second segment, we take calls on everything under the sun regarding Fedor Emelianenko:

The third segment is our talk with Sergio Non:

In the fourth segment, we go back to the phone lines. Some callers wondered if Fedor was being disrespected while others suggested he shouldn't retire. Lots of back and forth on this one:

Lastly, Othello and I discussed more details of our trip including my horrible seats at the event, Othello being in a staring contest with Alistair Overeem and Clifton, New Jersey.

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