I'll be a guest this evening on MMA Nation, live on 106.7 The Fan to talk some boxing, so tune in. Luke Thomas and myself will discuss Pacquiao vs Marquez III and I'm sure we'll at least share some thoughts on last night's Kirkland vs Angulo war. I'll be on at around 10 p.m. EST. How to Listen For Washington, D.C. locals tune your radio dial to 106.7FM All across the nation, 106.7 on Radio.com Mobile - Cherry Player App for Droid or AOL Radio App for iPhone Anywhere else, On ustream.tv
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I'll be a guest on MMA Nation with Luke Thomas tonight at around 10pm EDT. The show itself starts at 9pm EDT, and the headlining guest will be John Brenkus of ESPN's "Sports Science." Luke will also be recapping this weekend's MMA action, including Strikeforce Challengers and the immediately classic Moosin show, plus he'll preview next Saturday's big UFC 114 show. Luke and I will talk about Vazquez-Marquez IV and the show-stealing Perez-Mares fight from last night. You can listen live at 106.7 The Fan's web site.
I'll be a guest tonight on MMA Nation with Luke Thomas, over at 106.7 FM in Washington DC. Luke and I will be talking about last night's fight, the possibility of Mayweather-Pacquiao this year, and what (if anything) is left for Shane Mosley. There are a couple ways you can listen in: you can go to 106.7's official site and listen live there, or you can watch Luke's UStream of the broadcast. Also on the show will be Leonard Garcia and Kid Nate from BloodyElbow.com, plus they'll have plenty on the upcoming UFC 113. The show starts at 9pm EDT.
I'll be a guest tonight on MMA Nation with Luke Thomas on 106.7 The Fan. We're going to talk a bit about the Pacquiao-Clottey fight, James Toney in the UFC and HBO's claim that there's only a 5% crossover in MMA and boxing fans. You can listen live at their site. The show starts at 9pm EDT. I'm not certain when I'll be on, but it'll be in the first hour.
A little publicity for me today in the Washington City Paper. To wit: But listening to Kinard, it sounds like management has decided Thomas can transcend his surroundings. "We thought we’d experiment with some different kinds of shows last year, and of all of them, MMA Nation is the only one that lasted," Kinard says. "I wasn’t aware of anybody else doing [an MMA show]. And [in April] he outperformed our normal weekend ratings by more than double. We started out thinking this has the potential to be a nationally syndicated show, and that’s still our plan. You see MMA all over the place on TV, so why not on the radio?" I hate to be over the top with the self-promotion, but no one is going to hand me the job and career I'm after. I want to work in MMA full time and the fact is I have to make it happen for myself. Thank you to everyone who has ever shown me an ounce of support towards the pursuit of that dream. Onward and upward.