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The Hurt Take - Episode XXXIII

A night that could have gone so very, very differently turned out to be one of the best fight cards you will ever see. The return of GSP was mired by chaos - but St. Pierre certainly put all those bad feelings to rest by capturing the Middleweight title. Rose Namajunas just wants people to hug each other while TJ Dillashaw was in no mood for hugs with Cody Garbrandt.

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The Hurt Take - Episode XXXII

De greatist championne dat de UFC has evr known is coming back to de Octogon, Georges St. Pierre, will take on Michael Bisping at UFC 217! But will his fans return with him or are we in a whole new world? Also, Joanna Jędrzejczyk v. Rose Namajunas, TJ Dillashaw v. Cody Garbrandt., and Cats v. Dogs. UFC 217 has all the matchups you wanna see!

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The Hurt Take - Episode XX

After the fervor of UFC 214, UFC Fight Night: Mexico City wasn't going to look as good. But it tried! Seven first round finishes and a couple of narratives worth paying attention to, from Sergio Pettis making his case as the next contender at 125, Rashad Evans looking more washed than your old pair of Levi's. Subscribe the to show on iTunes!

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The Hurt Take - Episode XI

Finally, Rhys, Mitch, and Taylor are in the same place, at the same time. This week, they review UFC 211, pondering the legacies of Stipe and Joanna, where Frankie Edgar ranks having crushed the hottest featherweight prospect, and what to make of the GSP and Michael Bisping cancellation. 

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The Hurt Take - Episode X

The boys are back in town - literally! After time away, Rhys and Mitch return to the show this time in person for the very first time for the greatest UFC 211 preview show of all time! Heavyweight king Stipe Miocic seeks to tie the record for title defenses in that class at two - yes, two - in a rematch against Junior Dos Santos, who toppled him once before. In the co-headliner, Joanna Champion looks to further establish her legacy as the best female MMA fighter ever against perhaps her toughest challenge to date, Jessica Andrade. Also, Mitch writes a love letter to Frankie Edgar and ponders why Dana White is showing boxing so much love.

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