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Josh Nason's Punch-Out: MMA Year In Review (July-September)


The three-month stretch between July-September 2016 was the biggest in UFC history from a news perspective, a busines perspective, and the massive implications on the sport of MMA. 

Josh and special guest Dave Doyle of review Q3 of 2016 in full on the latest Josh Nason's Punch-Out.

Some of the points of discussion include:

- UFC 200 and the drama surrounding Jon Jones being removed from the show, the new main event, Anderson Silva's return, Brock Lesnar's subsequent USADA failure, and that damn gold mat

- The rumors that led to truth about the UFC being sold for $4+ billion to WME-IMG

- The Conor McGregor/Nate Diaz rematch at UFC 202 and everything surrounding the outcome

- Key departures from the UFC including Joe Silva

- UFC's debut at Madison Square Garden taking shape and how the main event of McGregor vs. Eddie Alvarez was made

- The MMA/UFC debut of CM Punk​​​​​​

- Chael Sonnen signing with Bellator​​​​​​...and more!

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