The MMA Road Show with John Morgan No. 142 – Winnipeg: 'Rampage,' Lawler, dos Anjos, Perry, Sandhu, Bohn

Episode No. 142 of “The MMA Road Show with John Morgan” podcast is now available for streaming and download.

MMAjunkie lead staff reporter John Morgan hosts the show while traveling the world to cover the sport.

John Morgan and Cold Coffee are in two different countries and two different climates, but that doesn’t stop them from bringing you all the latest in MMA, including onsite interviews from UFC on FOX 26 fighters Robbie Lawler, Rafael dos Anjos and Mike Perry, as well as checking in with Quinton Jackson and Derrick Lewis and also hearing from MMAjunkie contributor Chamatkar Sandhu and Canadian staff reporter Mike Bohn.

Listen below, or check it out on iTunes or at themmaroadshow.com. You can also subscribe via RSS.

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'Rampage' Jackson vows Chael Sonnen will pay in Bellator grand prix if he tries to wrestle

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LOS ANGELES – Even before the Bellator MMA World Grand Prix bracket was released, Quinton Jackson wasn’t happy about the prospect of fighting Chael Sonnen.

And “Rampage” still isn’t excited about it. But at the same time, he’s done trying to fight promoters over matchups.

“I’m sick and tired of fighting all these damn wrestlers, and the promoters, they must love it,” Jackson told reporters Wednesday during a media lunch in support of his opening-round fight with Sonnen at Bellator 192. “They must love seeing me fight those stale-ass wrestling matches, because they keep throwing wrestlers at me, when why wouldn’t they throw strikers at me?

“So now, I fight a wrestler, or he tries to take me down. I’m going to make him pay.”

Bellator 192 takes place Jan. 20 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. The event’s main card airs live on Spike following prelims on MMAjunkie.

For his part, Sonnen said he isn’t so sure about Jackson’s anti-wrestler sentiment and isn’t about to take him lightly.

“You never know when those veterans say stuff like that. He could be hustling me,” Sonnen said. “… I don’t quite know where this ‘Rampage doesn’t like wrestlers’ comes from. I know he’s working that angle, but I’m not falling asleep on this guy. I’ll tell you that much. He’s just been around too long.”

Jackson (37-12 MMA, 4-1 BMMA) remembers a PRIDE bout with Kevin Randleman as an example of what happens when his wrestling is on point. Randleman couldn’t take the fight to the mat and wound up knocked out in the first round.

That was all the way back in 2003, before “Rampage” was a UFC champion and movie star. But even today, he still professes to have the skills to keep Sonnen (29-15-1 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) standing with him.

“I’d be surprised if Chael could take me down, because I’ve been concentrating a lot on wrestling and a lot on all different types of takedown defenses,” Jackson said. “My takedowns are getting better as a result. I’ve always been a defensive wrestler, but when I go into fights, I get so caught up in trying to knock people’s heads off that wrestling goes out the window.

“When you’re trying to knock someone’s head off, and someone’s trying to take you down, it’s kind of weird. Once you find that happy medium, you can become a really good defensive wrestler in MMA. Sometimes I get it right, and sometimes I don’t.”

Ultimately, though, Jackson accepts the bout with Sonnen as a means to an end, which is winning the Bellator heavyweight belt and providing for his family. A new title will be a feather in his cap after winning the UFC light heavyweight title a decade ago.

So will the money he gets for fighting.

“I do want the belt, because my boxing coach said he’s had a lot of champions, but he’s never had a heavyweight champion,” Jackson told MMAjunkie. “So he would be really happy so he could say he’s trained a heavyweight champion.

“I want the heavyweight tournament. I want to win this tournament. But to be honest, I fight because this is my career, and I’ve had too many kids over the years, and they get expensive. You’ve got to put them through college. I’ve got two kids that are going to college for sure.”

For more on Bellator 192, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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Chael Sonnen takes old-school, 'Tank' Abbott-like mentality into Bellator grand prix

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LOS ANGELES – Chael Sonnen has talked a big game about fighting heavyweights. He’s just never fought one.

That’s about to change when Sonnen enters the Bellator MMA World Grand Prix, an eight-man heavyweight tournament to crown the promotion’s next champ in the big-man division.

Sonnen (30-14-1 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) kicks things off with an opening-round fight against Quinton Jackson (37-12 MMA, 4-1 BMMA), a former UFC light heavyweight champion who now fights at heavyweight.

“Rampage” claims to be in the neighborhood of 260 pounds heading into the fight, a big jump up as far as the bulk Sonnen is used to dealing with. The closest Sonnen has gotten to lifting that kind of bulk is old-school UFC brawler David “Tank” Abbott.

Abbott was known as the perpetual bad boy in the no-holds-barred era of the UFC, mocking knocked-out opponents and trying to hoist one over the octagon fence. Sonnen, though, had a different experience.

“It was terrifying,” Sonnen told reporters Wednesday at a media lunch in support of his fight, which co-headlines Bellator 192 on Jan. 20 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. “I was 18 years old and 170-some pounds. ‘Tank’ could not have been any nicer to us younger guys. Now, adults and people his age, I don’t know that he mingled as well. But us younger guys, he treated us wonderfully.

“So I only have good ‘Tank’ stories. You’ll hear all these bad ones, but as a young kid, he looked out for us. Does it make me confident? I’ve never gone in there confident. I’ve never, ever known what’s going to happen. I’ve got to fight some tough guys. My schedule’s been pretty tough through my career. I train pretty hard, and that’s it.”

Sonnen isn’t too worried about closing that gap in experience with heavier opponents, either.

“I don’t know,” he said. “Who cares. When I started this thing, I can’t remember how many fights I had – it had been at least five or six or seven before I even saw a scale. We never had weigh-ins. It was the bare-knuckle.

“I had my first fight in 1997. I remember I came home from school and said, ‘I’m going to a fight.’ My dad never missed any of my matches, so he didn’t go. He didn’t know what I was saying to him. So my mom and I drove out to this tent. Matt Hume was putting on the show and was the referee. They just grabbed guys.

“The point is, I never knew what the weigh-ins were. I was trying to be like Royce Gracie. He weighed 170 pounds and beat three or four men in a night (at UFC 1). It’s a different mindset.”

For more on Bellator 192, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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Watch Bellator heavyweight tourney's 'Rampage' Jackson, Chael Sonnen in a strangely friendly face-off

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LOS ANGELES – Bellator’s heavyweight grand prix kicks off next month in the Los Angeles area with a matchup between Quinton Jackson and Chael Sonnen.

Wednesday, Sonnen (30-14-1 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) and “Rampage” Jackson (37-12 MMA, 4-1 BMMA) got together with the media to talk about their opening-round fight, then got face to face afterward.

But if there’s going to be any real heat between Jackson, a former UFC light heayweight champion, and Sonnen, a three-time UFC title challenger, it may have to wait until closer to the fight. It sounds like Jackson doesn’t get into true “Rampage” mode until closer to the time he makes the walk.

Sonnen and Jackson meet at Bellator 192 on Jan. 20 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. The event’s main card airs live on Spike following prelims on MMAjunkie. The winner will advance in the eight-man tournament, which is expected to wrap up by the end of 2018 with a new heavyweight champion.

Ahead of their fight, check out their Wednesday post-lunch meeting in the video above.

And for more on Bellator 192, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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Odds for Bellator's grand prix are out, but oddsmakers might need to get more creative

All the potential craziness that could come from the Bellator MMA World Grand Prix 2018, and somehow the biggest favorite in the opening round is the guy who got knocked out the last time he faced this particular foe.

That’s the story told by the betting odds, anyway. According to The Oddessa Line, Matt Mitrione is a -260 favorite to beat Roy Nelson (a +180 underdog) in the first round of the tournament on Feb. 16 at Bellator 194.

You might recall that these two fought once already in the UFC back in 2012, and Nelson (23-14 MMA, 1-0 BMMA) handed Mitrione (12-5 MMA, 3-0 BMMA) the first knockout loss of his career.

But oh, how times have changed. In fact, that might as well be the tagline for the entire tournament, especially since we now find ourselves in a heavyweight tournament populated by a several guys who have never even competed at heavyweight, and still somehow it’s former PRIDE great Fedor Emelianenko (36-5 MMA, 0-1 BMMA) who ends up being one of the heavier underdogs – against Frank Mir (18-11 MMA, 0-0 BMMA) – to make it out of the first round.

Some of that, of course, is the matchmaking. Bellator seems to have decided to mostly keep heavyweights with heavyweights and light heavyweights with light heavyweights in the opening round.

Odds have Mir as a sizable favorite over Emelianenko, while longtime “moneyweight” Muhammad Lawal (21-6 MMA, 10-4 BMMA) starts as a sizable underdog against current Bellator light heavyweight champion Ryan Bader (24-5 MMA, 2-0 BMMA).

The most competitive fight, at least according to the odds, is the exact fight that Quinton Jackson (37-12 MMA, 4-1 BMMA) said he didn’t want – the one against takedown enthusiast and former UFC middleweight (!!!) contender Chael Sonnen (29-15-1 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) at Bellator 192. In that one, both men are at -120, presumably to balance the likelihood of an overweight and out-of-shape Jackson being taken down repeatedly with the chances of Sonnen eating one solid punch and going down.

But in order to really have the right kind of fun with this tournament, we’re thinking that oddsmakers will need to get creative with prop bets.

For instance, can we get some odds on who’ll be the first to withdraw from the tournament due to injury/illness/arrest/sudden retirement? How about a line on Tito Ortiz as an alternate to come in and win it all? And if you can’t bet on whether one of these fighters will lose, then get re-added to the tournament later and lose again, what is even the point?

Just saying.

For more on Bellator 192, Bellator 194 and and rest of the promotion’s upcoming schedule, visit the MMA Rumors section of the site.

The Blue Corner is MMAjunkie‘s official blog and is edited by Mike Bohn.

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Check out the Bellator grand prix trailer, where Fedor Emelianenko has a chuckle

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Dann StuppAs the Bellator MMA World Grand Prix 2018 approaches, we now have a trailer for the eight-man heavyweight tournament.

As previously reported, the multi-event and yearlong grand prix kicks off in January, and four veteran heavyweights and four light heavyweights are part of the field.

Things kick off at Bellator 192, which takes place Jan. 20 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. An opening-round matchup of Quinton Jackson (37-12 MMA, 4-1 BMMA) vs. Chael Sonnen (29-15-1 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) is part of the Spike-televised main card. The winner meets the victor of Fedor Emelianenko (36-5 MMA, 0-1 BMMA) vs. Frank Mir (18-11 MMA, 0-0 BMMA), which is slated for April in Chicago.

At Bellator 194 on Feb. 16 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., Matt Mitrione (12-5 MMA, 3-0 BMMA) takes on Roy Nelson (23-14 MMA, 1-0 BMMA). The winner meets either Ryan Bader (24-5 MMA, 2-0 BMMA) or Muhammad Lawal (21-6 MMA, 10-4 BMMA), who are slotted to fight in San Jose in May.

Here’s the bracket:

Officials dates and locations haven’t been set for the semifinal round or the tourney final.

Check out the trailer, which includes a chuckle from the usually straight-faced Emelianenko, above.

And for more on Bellator 192, Bellator 194 and and rest of the promotion’s upcoming schedule, visit the MMA Rumors section of the site.

The Blue Corner is MMAjunkie‘s official blog and is edited by Mike Bohn.

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Georgi Karakhanyan vs. Henry Corrales set for Bellator 192 in Southern California

Bellator’s return to Southern California has a new featherweight fight headed for the show.

Former WSOF champion Georgi Karakhanyan (28-7-1 MMA, 6-5 BMMA) is set to take on Henry Corrales (14-3 MMA, 2-3 BMMA) at Bellator 192 in January. Promotion officials recently announced the new booking, which is expected to be part of the main card.

Bellator 192 takes place Jan. 20 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. The main card airs on Spike following prelims on MMAjunkie. The event features a welterweight title fight between champion Douglas Lima and Rory MacDonald, as well as the first fight in the opening round of the 2018 heavyweight grand prix between former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and former UFC middleweight and light heavyweight title challenger Chael Sonnen.

Karakhanyan returned to Bellator nearly three years ago after a three-fight run for WSOF that saw him submit Lance Palmer to win the featherweight title. But after he lost it to Rick Glenn six months later, he came to Bellator, for which he fought four times earlier in his career.

After dropping two of his first three in his return, he has surged in the past year and a half with a 53-second knockout of Bubba Jenkins in August 2016, a first-round TKO win over Kirill Medvedovsky a year ago and a second-round TKO from a doctor’s stoppage over Daniel Pineda at Bellator 182 in August. That win got him back on track after a majority decision loss to Emmanuel Sanchez in January.

Henry Corrales

Corrales revived his career in 2017 with his first two wins under the Bellator banner. He started his career with the promotion on a three-fight skid with a submission loss to Daniel Straus, a split-decision loss to Sanchez and a submission loss to Patricio Freire. Straus is a former featherwieght champion and Freire is the current champ.

But in January at Bellator 170, he got back on track with a third-round knockout of UFC veteran Cody Bollinger to snap the three-fight skid, which had come after a perfect 14-0 start to his career. And in August at Bellator 182, he took a unanimous decision from another UFC vet, Noad Lahat.

The latest Bellator 192 card now includes:

  • Champ Douglas Lima vs. Rory MacDonald – for welterweight title
  • Quinton Jackson vs. Chael Sonnen – heavyweight grand prix opening round
  • Michael Chandler vs. Goiti Yamauchi
  • Henry Corrales vs. Georgi Karakhanyan
  • Cooper Gibson vs. Jacob Rosales
  • Noah Tillis vs. Jalin Turner

For more on Bellator 192, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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Bellator heavyweight grand prix opening-round matchups set; 'Rampage'-Sonnen first up Jan. 20

The bracket is set for the Bellator MMA World Grand Prix 2018.

The four opening-round matchups for the eight-man tournament to crown a new heavyweight champion were announced tonight on ESPN’s “SportsCenter.”

They are as follows:

The Jackson (37-12 MMA, 4-1 BMMA) vs. Sonnen (29-15-1 MMA, 1-1 BMMA) winner will face the winner of Emelianenko (36-5 MMA, 0-1 BMMA) vs. Mir (18-11 MMA, 0-0 BMMA) in one semifinal.

In the other semifinal, the winner of Mitrione (12-5 MMA, 3-0 BMMA) vs. Nelson (23-14 MMA, 1-0 BMMA) will face the Bader (24-5 MMA, 2-0 BMMA) vs. Lawal (21-6 MMA, 10-4 BMMA) winner.

“Rampage”-Sonnen will kick things off at Bellator 192, which takes place Jan. 20 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. The main card airs on Spike following prelims on MMAjunkie.

Mitrione-Nelson is slated for a Bellator event scheduled Feb. 16 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. Fedor-Mir and Bader-King Mo are scheduled for April and May events, respectively.

Bellator has yet to determine any alternates for the tournament, though president Scott Coker told ESPN’s Brett Okamoto the promotion is considering several names, including Shane Carwin, Cheick Kongo and Bobby Lashley.

Bellator’s heavyweight championship has been vacant since May 2016, when the promotion stripped then-champ Vitaly Minakov of the belt for failing to defend the title.

The tentative plan is to hold the title fight in December.

For more on Bellator 192 and Bellator’s upcoming schedule, visit the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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Michael Chandler vs. Goiti Yamauchi slated for Bellator 192

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Former lightweight champion Michael Chandler isn’t getting an immediate title rematch.

Instead, Chandler (16-4 MMA, 13-4 BMMA), who lost his title after suffering a lower-leg injury in a June loss to Brent Primus, is slated to fight Goiti Yamauchi (22-3 MMA, 8-2 BMMA) at Bellator 192.

Chandler announced the fight via Instagram following an initial report from MMAFighting.com:

Instagram Photo

Bellator 192 takes place Jan. 20 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. The main card airs on Spike following prelims on MMAjunkie, though the full fight card and bout order haven’t been finalized.

Before the title loss – which proved to be a major debacle – Chandler, who’s an honorable mention in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA lightweight rankings, halted a three-fight skid with four straight victories. During that run, the 31-year-old, who earned NCAA Division I All-American wrestling honors at the University of Missouri, defeated the likes of former UFC champ Benson Henderson and vet Patricky Freire.

He now meets Yamauchi, a 24-year-old Japanese-born Brazilian submission specialist who’s riding a three-fight winning streak with six victories in his past seven fights. Most recently, he scored a submission victory over Adam Piccolotti in September. His past five wins have all come via submission.

The latest Bellator 192 card now includes:

  • Champ Douglas Lima vs. Rory MacDonald – for welterweight title
  • Michael Chandler vs. Goiti Yamauchi

For more on Bellator 192, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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Kimbo Slice the latest to get bobblehead treatment from Bellator – complete with a gold chain

Bellator is getting pretty good with this whole bobblehead thing.

The latest in the promotion’s ongoing fan giveaway series of collectibles will continue in January at Bellator 192, where the first 5,000 fans through the doors will receive a bobblehead of heavyweight sensation Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson.

And if you’re wondering if Kimbo will have a big gold chain that is just as amazing as Fedor’s sweater, why yes … he sure will.

The promotion announced its Kimbo bobblehead giveaway today for Bellator 192, which takes place Jan. 20 at The Forum in Los Angeles. The main card, featuring a welterweight title fight between champion Douglas Lima and Rory MacDonald, airs on what will then be the Prudential network following prelims on MMAjunkie.

The Kimbo Slice bobblead will be the fourth Bellator has released in recent months. It started with a Fedor Emelianenko collectible, followed by Royce Gracie and, most recently, Randy Couture. The Couture bobblehead came at Bellator 187 earlier this month in Pennsylvania.

Kimbo Slice died unexpectedly in June 2016 from heart failure. His death came less than four months after a TKO win over Dada 5000 at Bellator 149 in Houston, though after that fight the win was flipped to a no-contest when Slice tested positive for a banned steroid and an elevated testosterone level.

In his eight-fight MMA career, Slice fought four times for EliteXC, then fought on Season 10 of “The Ultimate Fighter” before having two fights in the UFC and another two for Bellator.

Slice’s son, Kevin “Baby Slice” Ferguson Jr., currently is under contract with Bellator.

For more on “Bellator: Lima vs. MacDonald,” check out the MMA Rumors section of the site.

The Blue Corner is MMAjunkie‘s official blog and is edited by Mike Bohn.

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