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Wednesday, April 14, 2010
(Eddie Goldman, Chris Thomas, Malaak Shabazz, and the Hooters Girls of Manhattan)
On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with our colleague and returning correspondent, Chris Thomas.
We missed Chris while he was with the Sirius Fight Club on satellite radio, but now he is back on No Holds Barred, which is accessible for free to everyone online. And his return is, as expected, quite no holds barred.
In an explosive and lengthy discussion, we examine the overall state of mixed martial arts in the world and the U.S. We particularly analyze the upcoming April 17 Strikeforce card, in which Chris predicts a "changing of the guard." And we let fly with our criticisms of many members of the so-called mixed martial arts "media" who know little or nothing about the true nature and history of the sport.
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