MMA's Great Debate Radio: UFC 163 Review Plus Conor McGregor and Ray Sefo

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MMA's Great Debate Radio: UFC 163 Review Plus Conor McGregor and Ray Sefo
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MMA's Great Debate Radio returns with Irish UFC star Conor McGregor as well as World Series of Fighting president and now fighter Ray Sefo as well as plenty of debate surrounding the fallout from UFC 163.

Jose Aldo defeated "The Korean Zombie" Chan-Sung Jung by TKO in the fourth round, but it came at the expense of a broken foot that he suffered in the opening moments of the fight. Will this layoff hurt Aldo more than any potential opponent would in his next bout?

Plus we discuss the controversial decision between Lyoto Machida and Phil Davis, and how this might affect the Brazilian's style going forward.

Also on the show today, Irish fighter Conor McGregor stops by to discuss his upcoming fight at UFC Fight Night 26, and how much life has changed for him since making his UFC debut. This is a can't miss interview.

World Series of Fighting president Ray Sefo talks about his decision to return to fighting on his own promotion's card, as well as how this might just be the last trip to the cage during his historic fight career.

Today's debate topics on the show include:

—Jose Aldo wins again but suffers a broken foot. Do you think injuries will be a bigger threat to him than any one opponent?

—Aldo says he would "love" to test the waters at lightweight. How do you like Aldo's chances to be a force at 155 pounds?

—How did you score Phil Davis vs. Lyoto Machida and was the final decision a robbery?

—Is Lyoto Machida's style the biggest problem in all of this and should he change?

This is MMA's Great Debate Radio for Tuesday, August 6, 2013

(If the embeddable player does not work please click HERE to listen to the show. Don't forget to subscribe to the show via iTunes or listen on Stitcher Radio).

 

 

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