Breen and Encarnacao analyze the ins and outs of Jose Aldo's impressive unanimous decision verdict over Frankie Edgar, where it positions the Brazilian in the pound-for-pound spectrum and what it means for the future of the 145-pound division. The pair also investigate the sudden talk of the featherweight kingpin defending his title against lightweight star Anthony Pettis, who has reportedly told UFC boss Dana White that he would welcome that challenge.
Fueled by the familiar BATB mix of calls, emails and tweets, Breen and Encarnacao go deep into discussion of Rashad Evans' puzzling performance, the sensational Octagon debut of Tyron Woodley, the folly of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, the refereeing woes of Kim Winslow, whether or not Antonio Silva is the new “Rodney Dangerfield of MMA,” and much, much more.
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