mma predictions

January 6th, 2017
Brad Taschuk

Rather than your typical year-end show, The MMA Analysis spices things up a bit around this time of year. The beginning of the new year gives us the opportunity to look back to 2016 and see all the stupid predictions we’ve made. Then, we go ahead and try to top those. First up, the UFC…

January 14th, 2016
Brad Taschuk

This weekend, the UFC is putting a phenomenal fight on free TV, so the MMA Analysis figured it would follow suit with a special free edition of the show covering UFC Fight Night 81. Oh, and if you have yet to pay for all of those episodes you listened to thus far, fear not, the…

December 27th, 2015
Gabe Killian

The 2015 calendar year has wrapped up for the UFC, and at the beginning of the year, I made 10 predictions. Here is how they turned out… 1.) Khabib Nurmagomedov becomes UFC Lightweight Champion. This could have easily been reality, but injuries kept the undefeated Dagestani fighter sidelined all year. Hope I didn’t jinx him……

July 30th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

Sometimes the universe sends you signals. For instance, UFC 190 this Saturday features both Magnymedov and the Headbussa himself, Clint Hester. Combined with the omnipresence of The King, this may make for the greatest podcast intro, and podcast, ever recorded. Or we just break down UFC 190 and give out some bets. Either way, you…

July 13th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

Just a week after Conor McGregor became the first UFC champion to ever hail from the British Isles, the promotion will return to the region (albeit a different nation) for UFC Fight Night 72. The man once thought to be the area’s best chance at a UFC title, Michael Bisping, will headline Scotland’s first UFC…

July 8th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

The busiest week of the year for the UFC results in a busy week for the MMA Analysis, but somehow your hosts manage to cram 20 fight breakdowns into just over an hour and a half. There was still plenty of time left over to talk about show favorites Neil Magny and Khabib Nurmagomedov too….

July 4th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

As if UFC 189 and the TUF 21 Finale on back-to-back nights wasn’t enough, the UFC will only go two days without an event before UFC Fight Night 71 kicks off from Sand Diego on Wednesday night. The 13-fight event looks to be more high-profile than the average fight night card, and the matchups appear…

July 1st, 2015
Brad Taschuk

With no major MMA events this week, the MMA Analysis decided to bring one of the co-founders of podcast sponsor Dude Wipes on to the show. Ryan Meegan joins the crew this week to discuss Dude Wipes, their work in MMA, and some of the biggest news in the sport recently. Lance, Jay, Brad, and…

June 25th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

After a weekend of MMA featuring Kimbo Slice and Ken Shamrock, UFC Fight Night 70 and Bellator 139 are left with the unfortunate task of trying to measure up. The whole MMA Analysis crew is back together this week to attempt to inject some fun into a rather bleak set of fights, and with podcast…

June 18th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

With a big weekend in MMA on the horizon, the MMA Analysis crew turns in one of their longest shows ever to break down the historic Kimbo Slice vs. Ken Shamrock bout. Apparently some Ultimate Fighting Champion organization is also putting on a card this weekend, and that gets discussed as well… but Kimbo vs….

June 11th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

With a full crew once again, this episode of The MMA Analysis tackles UFC 188, featuring a UFC heavyweight title headliner. Even with the sad news that the opening bout of the card, featuring a legendary web presence of the early 2000s has been cancelled, your four hosts give their unique brand of entertaining breakdowns…

June 4th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

Usual MMA Analysis host Lance was busy time travelling this week, but Jay, Brad, and Sean more than fill the void with their breakdowns of UFC Fight Night 68. Listen in for the best in serious (and not-so-serious) MMA analysis in the business, and of course the 5Dimes consensus bet of the week. Listen here:…

December 24th, 2014
Brad Taschuk

With a well-timed break from live events, the MMA Analysis crew gets a chance to take a look at the past 12 months in the sport, handing out a variety of awards, and putting their 2015 predictions on the record. Listen here: Direct download: The MMA Analysis – 2014 Year-End Show Subscribe to The MMA…