Welcome to IF I DID IT where we analyze and solve PR kerfuffles from the MMA world (insert hand gesture) not beyond.
Alexei Auld is back with a brand new book available 7 Secret Sources of Inspiration: A Snappy Guide for Creative Procrastinators to grill Eugene S. Robinson (who’s pushing OXBOW’s new record THIN BLACK DUKE) and me, Kid Nate (who has a new podcast on the history of rock and roll), with some PR stumpers from the world of combat sports. Collectively we are known as the MMA Puncholes.
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For the audio only version check us out on SoundCloud and be sure to subscribe to MMA NATION on iTunes and subscribe to MMA Nation on YouTube so you’ll never miss an episode. This week’s kerfuffles include:
You’re Dana White. Conor McGregor wannabe Colby Covington is allegedly pressing charges against Heavyweight Fabricio Werdum for a boomerang attack in Australia last week. How do you spin this?
You’re Nate Diaz. NBA point Guard Michael Carter-Williams name checked you and your brother, live and in public, if you will, as keys to unlocking a MMA fighters union. Is it worth your while?
You’re the UFC. How is your rumored Light Heavyweight Title fight match affected by the aggravated battery arrest by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department?
REGULAR FEATURE: KID NATE’S HEEL TURN
REGULAR FEATURE: EUGENE’S LOST BATTALION
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