Submission Radio 12/4/14 with Rich Franklin, Martin Kampmann, Chad Laprise





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Published on Apr 12, 2014

This week's topics include the fallout from UFC Figh Night 39: Abu Dhabi and predictions for the TUF Nations Finale.

Roy Nelson's Brutal Knockout of Antonio Minotauro Nogueira, Should Big Nog retire? What's next for Clay Guida after defeating Tatsuya Kawajiri and should he face Conor McGregor or Josh Thompson as per his request?? Where do John Howard and Ryan Laflare stand in the Welterweight ranks? Will Michael Bisping come out victorious or will Tim Kennedy snatch yet another title shot opportunity away from the Count? Will it be Canada or Australia when Patrick Cote and Kyle Noke clash?

What are your Thoughts???

Chad Laprise Interview starts at: 29:41
Martin Kampmann Interview starts at: 55:59
Rich Franklin Interview starts at: 1:25:23

UFC legend and fan favourite Rich Franklin talks about what he's been doing since his last fight against Cung Le in 2012, his next opponent, a possible third fight with Anderson Silva, The Spider's injury and return, TRT, and who would play him, his wife and Dana White in a movie about his life.

Martin Kampmann Talks about his last few fights and which one made him realize it was time for a break, Jake shield's UFC release, making another run at the Welterweight title, his favourite movies, the dangers of sparring and people getting "Knocked the F**K out in training"

Welterweight TUF Nations finalist Chad Laprise stops by the show to talk about his time in the house, his experience with the Aussies and how he plans to win against Olivier Aubin-Mercier and become "The Ultimate Fighter"!

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