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If I Did It – Who Deserves An Apology?

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Welcome to If I Did It, the show where we grapple with PR kerfluffles from the world of MMA.

Welcome to IF I DID IT, where we analyze and solve PR kerfuffles from the MMA world (insert hand gesture) not beyond.

I’m your host Alexei Auld, author of “7 Secret Sources of Inspiration: A Snappy Guide for Creative Procrastinators”, and joining me are co-hosts, Kid Nate of Bloody Elbow and producer of the Let It Roll podcast, and Eugene S. Robinson, from ozy.com and author of “Fight: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Ass-Kicking but Were Afraid You’d Get Your Ass Kicked for Asking”, Collectively, MMA Puncholes. This week we feature…

You’re Dana White. Do you owe your Welterweight Bull of the Woods Tyron Woodley an apology for your PR pouting,live and in public, if you will?

You’re Snoop Dogg. Do you owe Darren Till an apology for confusing him for Colby Covington in your race baiting UFC 228 commentary, live and in public, if you will?

You’re the UFC. Do you need to apologize to Thug Rose, Ray Borg, and Michael Chiesa for monetizing Conor McGregor’s UFC 223 dolly attack in your promo packages?

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THANKS FOR JOINING US. FOLLOW US on Twitter: @alexeiauld, @eugeneSrobinson, @KidNate. At Facebook @MMAPuncholes. PLEASE GIVE THIS A THUMBS UP and leave comments on YouTube, subscribe to Alexei’s If The Shoes Fit Channel on YouTube, and MMANation on iTunes and SoundCloud. Buy 7 Secret Sources of Inspiration, buy OXBOW’S THIN BLACK DUKE wherever fine music is sold, listen to Kid Nate’s LET IT ROLL PODCAST.

You can watch If I Did It at its new YouTube home LIVE AND IN PUBLIC, IF YOU WILL! Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode! Immediately following this show, be sure to check out our new non-MMA show IF THE SHOES FIT, on the same YouTube channel.

“We’ll be back next week with another installment of If I Did It; and we don’t know what we’ll be talking about yet because the PR mistakes have yet to be made.”




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