Hammer 265: Barnett vs. Nelson Preview and More

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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.

UFC Fight Night: Barnett vs. Nelson takes place in Japan this weekend, and the first half of this week’s episode is a preview of that event. Well, most of it at least.

Even though the UFC are heading to Japan, it was actually last weekend’s Bellator & Glory: Dynamite 1 event that really felt like the Japanese fight cards of old, and we recap the results of that monster sized MMA and kickboxing hybrid event.

Throughout the show we also give our thoughts on an extremely busy week in MMA including the return of Fedor Emelianenko, Henry Cejudo’s protest against the Nevada Athletic Commission, and the story of an alleged 2012 test failure for Vitor Belfort.

Hosted by Steve Jeffery, David Abraham and Greg Persson.

Listen to us Wednesday nights at 6:30pm on CFMU 93.3 FM, and online at http://www.thehammermma.com, Last Word On SportsThe Itunes Store, Stitcher, MMAPodcast.com, Player.FM, find @SteveJeffery on Twitter, or just email us.

Hammer 265: Barnett vs. Nelson Preview and More

The Hammer has had interviews with some of the biggest names in MMA over the years, including Anderson Silva, Georges St. Pierre, Matt Hughes, B.J. Penn, T.J. Dillashaw, Dan Henderson, Sean Sherk, Mark Coleman, Rory MacDonald, Brendan Schaub, Mark Bocek, John Makdessi, Mark Hominick, Martin Kampmann, Johnny Hendricks, T.J. Grant, Miesha Tate, and others.

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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