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VERBAL TAP (Episode 114) with Joe Schilling


VERBAL TAP (Episode 114) with Joe Schilling

[buzzsprout episode='268472' player='true'] schilling-joe-profileRaf's Recollection | We'll get to Jon Jones in a second.  But first, let's talk about what you can expect on this jam-packed episode of the podcast.

Our good friendand certified killer Joe Schilling (16:30) drops back into the podcast to talk a little bit about the following.

  • Bellator 136
  • Phil Baroni
  • Shilling for Spike TV (see what I did there?)
  • Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather (even taking the time to thoroughly address some of your craziest fan-submitted scenarios for the fight)
  • Talking about when we can expect to see him fight next (and maybe even a clue as to what organization will be lucky enough to get him to fight next)

Let's take a moment to address that Phil Baroni thing.  The background on this one is as follows.  Joe Schilling goes to fight at Bellator 136.  Joe Schilling gets mad after he loses a close fight at Bellator 136.  Shortly after Bellator 136, Phil Baroni takes a jab at Schilling with the following tweet.


What takes place afterward is a glorious conversation for the MMA twitter ages, as Joe went on to respond to Baroni's tweets in glorious fashion, ultimately ending with this:

Leading us to this following meme.

Our thanks to Joe and to all of you who submitted scenarios for what was gonna happen at Mayweather vs. Pacquiao.  It made for quite a lively discussion.

11184452_1581240528830005_1417751577_nUFC 186 Recap

You may remember this from last week, when Dan Hubler came on the show to take on Kevin's UFC 186 predictions.

You know, the episode where Kevin and Dan outlined a set of fights that only a handful of you ended up watching.


On this episode we not only find out the results, but sort out some of the aftermath.

About that Jon Jones thing...

So naturally, right after we finish recording this episode, the UFC decided to take action on the Jon Jones situation.  We start off this weeks episode talking about how we both came to find out about it and the potential implications for the (now) former light heavyweight champ.

Listen in and let us know what you thinks, folks!

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VERBAL TAP (Episode 40) with Joe Schilling

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Raf's Recollection |There's nothing worse than missing a UFC card.  If you know me, you know I absolutely hate missing a UFC card.

I have a set of calenders in my house and at work that meticulously map out UFC cards, Fight Nights, and Ultimate Fighter episodes months in advance.  But, every so often, you hit a weekend where you have a set of plans you just can't get out of.  That was the case for Saturday Night's UFC 165. Not just for me, but also for my co-host.

Of course, it had to be on a night when a potential Fight of the Year took place.

But fear not Verbal Tap Cast fans, because Kev and I are committed to giving you the very best coverage, we wouldn't just talk blindly about a set of fights we didn't get the chance to watch.  That's why we brought in a panel of folks to help us ring in our 40th episode AND piece together exactly what took place during the fight between Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson this weekend.

We start with our pal, Ben Unanaowo(a sports enthusiast/couch potato who's never short on opinions about sports) giving us a play-by-play account of the UFC 165 main event. But we wouldn't be doing our job if we just left it at that.  Given the controversial nature of the fight—with a public outcry among MMA fans who were angry with the judge's decision and the multiple interpretations from spectators on how the fight went down—we decided to bring in two experts to give this epic battle the attention it deserves.

Enter our experts:  Making the case for the Jones, training partner and podcast favorite Bubba McDaniel drops by tell us why the judges were right to score the fight for the champ, while Swedish MMA Fighter Marcus Kowal (and owner of makes the case for Gustafsson.  Bubba and Marcus walk us through every angle of the fight and even tell us the implications for the Light Heavyweight division.  And our conversation DOES. NOT. DISAPPOINT.

And if you guys are fans of having experts drop by to talk about the fights, we're more than happy to bring it back and (maybe) even hold a full on debate between panelists on the next go-round for controversial fights like this.  Let us know what you think.

BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE: That's not all fight fans!  In addition to our signature World Famous "One Minute Review" of this week's The Ultimate Fighter, we also talk with Kickboxer Joe Schilling who fights this Saturday at GLORY Kickboxing in Ontario, California.  In our EXCLUSIVE interview Joe, he talks about how he got the name "Stitch 'Em Up," his gym in Los Angeles (The Yard), his clothing line (Can't Stop Crazy), and we discuss if he's really a bad guy or not (spoiler alert: he's not).

So do us a solid, check it out and let us know what you think!