The A-Side Live Chat live 1p.m. ET / 10a.m. PT

Esther Lin, MMA Fighting This is The A-Side Live Chat. For this episode, MMA Fighting’s José Youngs, Alex Savas, and Esther Linn break down some of the top stories in MMA. Some topics a preview of Saturday’s UFC 252 card, the upcoming rubber match between UFC champion Stipe Miocic and former champ Daniel Cormier, Sean O’Malley’s return against Marlon Vera, and more. The three will also look back on action packed UFC Vegas 6 card, which included Derrick Lewis’ TKO over Aleksei Oleinik, as well as Bellator 243, which included stoppage wins for Valerie Loureda and Michael Chandler. There’s plenty to talk about, so join us at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on Wednesday, Aug. 12. As usual, we will answer any questions you might have if you post them in the comments below. For the comments you deem the most deserving, please click the “rec” button. Comments in green will get first priority. Audio-only versions of the podcast can be found on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher and YouTube.

The A-Side Live Chat live 1p.m. ET / 10a.m. PT
Esther Lin, MMA Fighting

This is The A-Side Live Chat.

For this episode, MMA Fighting’s José Youngs, Alex Savas, and Esther Linn break down some of the top stories in MMA.

Some topics a preview of Saturday’s UFC 252 card, the upcoming rubber match between UFC champion Stipe Miocic and former champ Daniel Cormier, Sean O’Malley’s return against Marlon Vera, and more.

The three will also look back on action packed UFC Vegas 6 card, which included Derrick Lewis’ TKO over Aleksei Oleinik, as well as Bellator 243, which included stoppage wins for Valerie Loureda and Michael Chandler.

There’s plenty to talk about, so join us at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on Wednesday, Aug. 12.

As usual, we will answer any questions you might have if you post them in the comments below. For the comments you deem the most deserving, please click the “rec” button. Comments in green will get first priority.

Audio-only versions of the podcast can be found on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher and YouTube.

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Video: Adrian Yanez earns 5th fastest stoppage in DWCS history with 39-second TKO

Photo by Chris Unger/DWCS LLC/Zuffa LLC Bantamweight Adrian Yanez wowed UFC brass with the fifth-fastest stoppage win in DWCS history. Yanez needed just 39 seconds to put away Brady Huang with a vicious combination of punches that forced intervention from referee Jason Herzog, who waved off the fight when Huang’s feet went out from under him. Check out the stoppage here. OUT ON HIS FEET! @YanezMMA made QUICK WORK in RD 1. #DWCS pic.twitter.com/2EnFMYWxHT— UFC (@ufc) August 12, 2020 Yanez came into the bout on a mission. After losing his father to stomach cancer, he was inspired to fight harder. And with an emphatic win, he made the best impression possible. “Please help me quit my day job,” he told UFC execs cageside. “That was me on part-time. Make me full-time.” Backstage, Yanez broke down as he spoke about his father’s influence in the fight. Tonight is dedicated to @YanezMMA's father ❤️ #DWCS pic.twitter.com/sRHVsVtF92— UFC (@ufc) August 12, 2020 “I just really hope he’s proud of me,” he said. Yanez has won four straight with his DWCS win and likely punches his ticket to the UFC.

Video: Adrian Yanez earns 5th fastest stoppage in DWCS history with 39-second TKO
Photo by Chris Unger/DWCS LLC/Zuffa LLC

Bantamweight Adrian Yanez wowed UFC brass with the fifth-fastest stoppage win in DWCS history.

Yanez needed just 39 seconds to put away Brady Huang with a vicious combination of punches that forced intervention from referee Jason Herzog, who waved off the fight when Huang’s feet went out from under him.

Check out the stoppage here.

Yanez came into the bout on a mission. After losing his father to stomach cancer, he was inspired to fight harder. And with an emphatic win, he made the best impression possible.

“Please help me quit my day job,” he told UFC execs cageside. “That was me on part-time. Make me full-time.”

Backstage, Yanez broke down as he spoke about his father’s influence in the fight.

“I just really hope he’s proud of me,” he said.

Yanez has won four straight with his DWCS win and likely punches his ticket to the UFC.

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