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Raf's Recollection | There are days when I feel that Kevin shouldn't be allowed on the internet. Sometimes he just gets so excited to post things, he kinda neglects the whole concept of context.
Which is why I'm here to tell you that, yes, there is a reason this video of a 90's slow jam rapper, Shabba Ranks, is posted alongside our interview with one Mr.
Gilbert Jamal Smith (no lie, it will completely make sense if you listen to the podcast).
However, would I describe the appearance of Shabba Ranks in the podcast as a "middle school moment" (what does that even mean?) and post it above the photo of the person we actually interviewed? Probably not, but that's just semantics and layout design people. Kev does the best that he can with all of the obvious limitations he faces.
But that's not why you're here. You're here to listen to MMA and likely to hear what our friend Jamal has to say. In this exclusive interview, Mr. Smith holds nothing back as he candidly discusses how he felt about fighting Bubba McDaniel on The Ultimate Fighter Finale, if he felt he and Bubba actually deserved a spot on the main FX card, and how the fight between the two of them came together.
Not only that, but we learn a little more insight into the way Jamal made the transition from grappling to MMA, what affected him the most on his fight at the Ultimate Fighter Finale, and why he is known by Jamal to some and Gilbert to others.
Oh, and don't worry, we get to the bottom of the whole "why is he so against shirts" thing AND learn what's the deal behind that whole six-shooter dance he always does.
That's right, people, we're serious journalists.
So give this fun and very honest conversation about The Ultimate Fighter, the UFC, and Shabba Ranks (?) a listen. You won't regret it.