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Cub Swanson vs Artem Lobov was . . . actually pretty great? (Heavy Hands #156)

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community news, Cub Swanson vs Artem Lobov was . . . actually pretty great? (Heavy Hands #156)

Connor Ruebusch and Patrick Wyman chat about the surprisingly competitive fight between Cub Swanson and Artem Lobov–plus, a few words on Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko.

Good thing we gave Artem Lobov at least a little credit on last week’s show, because The Russo-Irish Hammer really exceeded expectations in his much-maligned main event bout with top featherweight contender Cub Swanson. The two set the UFC record for significant strikes in a featherweight contest, and while Swanson nearly doubled Lobov’s accuracy, the SBG fighter still managed to land 123 significant strikes over the course of the fight, more than anyone else Swanson has ever faced. Those sparring sessions with Conor McGregor must be paying off.

Not only do we break down Swanson-Lobov on this week’s episode, but we get into the rest of UFC Nashville as well. It was a solid outing from the UFC despite a dearth of relevant matchups, and we analyze the likes of Mike Perry, Brandon Moreno, and Danielle Taylor (now officially one to watch at strawweight). Oh, and we give you just a little idea of what to expect from Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko at the end. Spoilers: Connor is a grumpy old man.

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And hey, we put out two exclusive bonus episodes every month. The latest is a 50-minute interview with #5 ranked bantamweight contender Jimmie Rivera, who discusses his relationship with enigmatic trainer Tiger Schulmann, his training methods, and his sparring session with former bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw. For $3 a month you can get access to these shows—all you need to do is check us out on Patreon. Or, for a taste, listen to the teaser for our Rivera interview talk here.

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