Episode #10: It’s a “Wonderful” Life

On Episode #10 of the “Going Down Swinging” podcast, the fight talk and usual banter is back in full effect as we discuss Bellator “Dynamite,” Glory, UFC, Faber v Ludwig and Boxing.  Did Bellator achieve what they hoped for?  Is Tito Ortiz done?  Did Glory get the short end of the deal?  And what does Fedor have left?

Ian Butler, originally of St. Louis, and now a local to Southern California joins the fellas on the phone to discuss his upcoming fights in New York and right here in San Diego at Tru Form Entertainment.

Also, local boxer, and Golden Boy fighter Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta calls in to discuss his upcoming fight on October 3 at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, CA on the Lucas Matthyse – Viktor Postol undercard.

After a heated interview on The MMA Hour, the Uriah Faber v Duane Ludwig reaches its peak, which leads Jerry to a passionate argument on how the whole ordeal played out and what the outcome may be as the T.J. Dillashaw-Dominik Cruz looms.

Lastly, an unexpected appearance by friend-of-show Alex Medina, who runs San Diego-local fitness outfit Fit 2 Ripped, rushes through the studio to get some airtime.  There is no editing here folks!

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Episode #10

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Thanks to Ian Butler and Mercito Gesta for joining the show!

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