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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 MMAFighting.com 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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