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Low Blow Radio: Strikeforce Review, UFC 142 Preview, Mayweather vs. Pacman, Ortiz NSAC License

Justin Goodrum
12 January 2012
Low Blow Radio - US Combat Sports

On this edition of the Low Blow the guys discuss how Strikeforce's latest card affects business in 2012, the latest drama concerning the Mayweather/Pacman fight,  a lukewarm UFC 142, and Victor Ortiz getting a temporary license in Nevada. 

Both AKA teammates Luke Rockhold and King Mo Lawal had impressive performances in Strikeforce last Saturday night. But both seem pretty unhappy to be in Strikeforce. We discuss if both can hang in the top ten of the UFC and if a UFC fighter could possibly make his way into Strikeforce.

The card featured some bad officiating and judging. Were fans correct to be mad or are they overreacting. Justin and Jorge also talk about a medicore Tyron Woodley preformance and the fight announcement of Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate.

Floyd Mayweather called out Manny Pacquiao on Twitter. Will the fight be made or are both camps blowing smoke?

UFC 142 is this weekend and there's not much buzz headed into this card. Can Jose Aldo deliver an exciting performance or can Chad Mendes prove he's a fighter worth watching?

We also talk about Victor Ortiz quest to get license in Nevada and the hype surrounding the match-up of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and Marco Antonio Rubio during Super Bowl Weekend.

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