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Tuesday, February 23, 2010
On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with "The Fight Professor", the veteran broadcaster, actor, and musician Stephen Quadros.
He will be one of the announcers on the live Showtime telecast of the Strikeforce Challengers mixed martial arts card taking place this Friday night, February 26, at the Civic Auditorium in San Jose, California.
The main event of this card pits MMA veteran Trevor Prangley against the exciting Karl "The Psycho" Amoussou in a middleweight fight. The women fighters will once again try to steal the show, as the unbeaten Sarah Kaufman faces Takayo Hashi of Japan for the vacant Strikeforce women's featherweight (135-pound) championship. In another fight to advance the winner towards possible stardom, up-and-coming fighter Luke Rockhold takes on former University of Iowa Hawkeye All-American wrestler Paul Bradley in a middleweight contest. Also on the televised card, James Terry takes on Tarec Saffiedine and Raul Castillo fights Yancy Medeiros.
In a lengthy discussion, we previewed this card with "The Fight Professor". We discussed what we might expect in each televised fight. We also commented upon the latest news about Strikeforce.
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