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We’re not gonna lie. MMA Beatdown Radio is a powerful, powerful thing. It’s so bad-ass, in fact, that our mere presence on the airwaves tonight jacks up calendars around the world. Instead of 28 days in February, tonight’s show is so tough that Planet Earth needs an extra day this month just to recover before starting March. Seriously. It’s science.
This week, Mike and Amy have Mike “The Joker” Guymon and the Coalition Fight Music trio of Tony Savo, Nasty Nate and DollaBill in the house for a killer show you won’t want to miss.
Guymon (12-5-1) returns to action for the first time in more than a year when he meets Chris Leyva on March 16 in the main event of the next BAMMA USA card in Commerce, Calif. Guymon, one of the most successful fighters in the history of the King of the Cage promotion and its former welterweight champ, went 1-3 in the UFC before deciding to retire after a submission loss to DaMarques Johnson in January 2011. But “The Joker” isn’t joking around about his decision to return to the sport after a year on the sidelines, and he’ll talk to us about his comeback.
And the Coalition Fight Music guys will join us once again to talk about what’s new with them. Their campaigns in the fight against human trafficking have been highly successful, they’ve done the UFC 137 walkout music for Nick Diaz and, oh by the way, the Beatdown Radio theme? Yeah. That’s all the C-to-tha-F-to-tha-M.
The show streams live here at MMADiehards.com at 8:30 p.m. Eastern, 5:30 on the West Coast, which we’ve been told is the Best Coast – though that’s up for debate. Face buried in a pizza? Picking up The Wife’s clothes at the dry cleaners? On a mandatory Tuesday Date Night? Look, we get it. Shiznit happens. You’ve got a life to live outside of little ol’ us at Beatdown Radio – even though we managed to get an entire extra day added onto the calendar for you. So we’ll do ya another favor. We’ll make the show available on demand RIGHT HERE after the completion of the broadcast or as a download at iTunes for the low-low, low-low cost of FREE. (But you’re way, way cooler if you’re here with us live.)