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Wednesday, December 15, 2010
In one of the wildest discussions on this show, we refute various attempts at distorting the history of mixed martial arts, and thus distorting the nature of this sport. More information is provided on the famous mixed match between Muhammad Ali and Antonio Inoki in 1976 by Matt Phillips, who spoke with the legendary Gene LeBell, who was the referee of that fight. We also discuss the usage of the term "mixed martial arts" in a review of the first UFC by Los Angeles Times television critic Howard Rosenberg on November 15, 1993, and other earlier references to that term. We stress the responsibility of the media today to strive to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth about mixed martial arts, why so many are failing to do so, and much more.
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