Saturday, 04 July 2020  
What's the Big Frigin' Difference?!

Spring has sprung in these two almost identical floral photos of Busy Philipps ... Stop and smell the roses as you search the pastel pictures and try to find the differences between the seasonal shots. **HINT -- There are THREE differences in...


Stars and Scars -- You Be the Judge

Mel B's explosive domestic violence and extortion allegations against Stephen Belafonte was the big news this week, followed closely by the Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad that was an epic fail. So we gotta ask ...


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Steve Perry Reunites with Journey at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction
150 - Violence from Coast to Coast

Matchmaking is a difficult job, so let this week's episode of Heavy Hands stand as a celebration of good matchmaking. Sure. UFC Fortaleza's main event felt like a bit of a letdown--Vitor Belfort was essentially fed to Kelvin Gastelum, name value and all, and the fight played out just as expected. And UFC London's main event is similarly uninspiring, with a well-matched but lowkey scrap between Jimi Manuwa and Corey Anderson taking pole position.

The undercards, though...

Last weekend's undercard was full of entertaining battles, and next week's promises more of the same. We are discussing the main events on this show, but we're also paying special attention to the flying knee knockout of Edson Barboza, and the valiant defense put up by Shogun Rua. Then it's on to London, where Alan Jouban and Gunnar Nelson are set for a classic war of styles, Arnold Allen and Makwan Amirkhani will seek to prove whose star is brighter, and Joe Duffy and Tom Breese attempt to regain momentum and put the name "Tristar Gym" back on everybody's lips. 

Sean Shelby and Mick Maynard have been doing an excellent job in Joe Silva's absence, and this week's show celebrates that. It's a fight smorgasbord, people, so come ready to tuck in.


151 - Gunnar Nelson: Frustrating talent?
152 - Styles still make fights, GGG and Chocolatito
153 - Will Rumble crumble again?
106 - Thomas Almeida vs Cody Garbrandt: Yay, violence!
105 - What was Fabricio Werdum thinking at UFC 198?
104 - Dominick Cruz on Urijah Faber, technique, overcoming injuries
103 - UFC 197 Winner's Circle: Coaches Brandon Gibson Mark Henry
102 - UFC Rotterdam and MMA's slickest fighters
101 - Jones, Johnson, the Fall of Anthony Pettis
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