UFC 225 Aftermath

 

ITS TIME!!! The Bays Golden Days are back with another UFC Aftermath podcast breaking down everything that has happened since our last UFC podcast, from UFC 224 to UFC Chile to UFC Liverpool all the way to UFC 225. We start off taking a look back to Brazil for UFC 224 where Amanda Nunes made Raquel Pennington want to quit in the 4th round before being tko’d in the 5th, Mackenzie Dern had an impressive finish after a disappointing weight cut, and Kelvin Gastelum moved his way up to #1 contender at 185 after beating Jacre Souza. Speaking of 185, UFC 225 in Chicago gave us one of the best middleweight fights of all time as Robert Whitaker defeated Yoel Romero by split decision once again in a fight of the year nominee. In the co-main event Colby Covington defeated RDA and became the interim 170 champ setting up a heated matchup with ATT rival Tyron Woodley. We looked at the future 170 championship bout as well as whats in store for the rest of the division as Darren Till won in Liverpool over Wonderboy & Kamra Usman defeated Damian Maia in Chile. To wrap it all up we play a little match maker and then look ahead to UFC 226 as HWC Stipe Miocic Defends his belt against LHW Daniel Cormier & Undefeated #1 contender Brian Ortega takes on the 145 Champ Max Hollaway! What a summer of fights we have in store for us and Bays Golden Days podcast is here to breakdown everything from the fight card results,  to the call-outs, to the aftermath & future of the 170 & 185 pound division only on the Bays Golden Days Podcast available on Itunes, Apple Podcast, Google Play and bgdsports.com 

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