Published: November 5, 2015 | By afoster
Posted in: Keyboard Kimura
In this week’s Keyboard Kimura podcast, Spencer Kyte and Paul Chapman take a look at Vitor Belfort and the issues around his use of testosterone and other substances that won’t go away. With Belfort facing Dan Henderson in this week’s Fight Night event, both fighters are in their second decade of fighting in the octagon, and the guys talk about the temptation of older fighters to use every advantage, legal and illegal, to be able to compete with younger athletes.
In the Fight of the Week, Spencer brings up Miesha Tate’s beef with the UFC. Is her threat to walk away from the organization because of broken promises real? Is it smart?
The lads also then talk about the social media chirping between Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones. Paul loves it, while Spencer thinks it is going to get tiresome if the rematch between the two isn’t booked soon.
Finally the issue of the Reebok merchandise comes up. While the idea of uniformity amongst fighters in theory makes the UFC more progressional, the implementation, with a myriad of mistakes, and the lack of variety makes the whole venture look somewhat bush-league.