The Boys at the Hammer feature weekly coverage of all things MMA. They have one of the premier radio shows in the world of MMA broadcasted weekly on Wednesday nights on 93.3 FM, CFMU and here at Last Word on Sports.
For the second weekend in a row we have both UFC and Bellator events taking place. In the first half of this week’s episode we preview the upcoming UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Romero (a card which so far has already lost most of it’s scheduled fights, as well as it’s country of origin), and then recap last weekend’s Fight Pass only event, UFC Fight Night: Jedrzejczyk vs. Penne.
In the second half of the show we look back at the results of last weekend’s Bellator 138: Slice vs. Shamrock, which drew record ratings for the promotion. We’ll also see if the momentum carries over into this Friday night’s Bellator 139: Kongo vs. Volkov event on Spike TV.
During the show we also break down some of the week’s MMA news including Jose Aldo’s rib injury, big upcoming fights in Bellator, and Alexander Schlemenko’s three year suspension.
Hosted by Steve Jeffery, Dave Abraham, and Greg Persson.
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They continue to bring unparalleled, independent coverage of all things MMA to fans of the sport and they always bring you straight goods and the last word. They are recognized and credentialed by UFC, Bellator, Invicta, and many other smaller MMA promotions.
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