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JNPO: MMA year in review - Q3 2021

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The annual Josh Nason's Punch-Out four-part series looking back at the year in MMA continues on with part three covering July through September 2021.

In this three installment, Wrestling Observer/Fight Game Media podcaster and writer Paul Fontaine returns for an hour to cover the following and much more:

  • Dustin Poirier defeated Conor McGregor once again in their trilogy fight that saw McGregor leave with his leg broken
  • Emerging boxing PPV star Jake Paul became a fast-growing thorn in the side of both Dana, the UFC and MMA
  • A new UFC interim heavyweight champion was crowned out of stubborness
  • The return of Nick Diaz
  • Tito Ortiz's forgettable 2021 ending at the hands of Anderson Silva in a boxing match at a Triller show that had former President Trump on commentary...and more.

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