UFC 133's Jorge Rivera, Fedor Vs. Henderson Talk, UFC On Versus 6 Updates


If you missed last week's show, you're in luck. As I previously mentioned, we were able to catch up with UFC 133's Jorge Rivera. The show was recorded live on Sunday, so this interview was conducted prior to the major fight card changes involving Rivera, namely, the removal of Alessio Sakara from the card and much more. So, while there is talk during this interview about a fight that won't even happen, Rivera also admits something intimate: should he lose this fight, that is likely the end of his mixed martial arts career. We talk about what would potentially be next for him and Rivera says he's on the verge of opening his own gym and fitness center in Milton, Massachusetts.

In terms of listener interaction, we took predictions for the audience on who they believe would emerge victorious between Fedor Emelianenko vs. Dan Henderson. Much to not my surprise, the audience was largely split. Those who predicted Fedor looked to his submission savvy and weigh advantage to be the difference. Henderson supporters, by contrast, viewed the general sense of Fedor's athletic decline as the signal of his ultimate demise this weekend.

Here is the show, by segment:

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