Oh yes, it’s back. The LiverKick Podcast is back for the second episode of this iteration where Jay Jauncey and myself talk about kickboxing and hopefully keep you, our fine readers and listeners, happy.
Last time we talked about GLORY: Collision, rankings, the state of kickboxing and how much we missed Japanese kickboxing. It was kind of a blast, let me tell you. Now here we are, back again, this time with talk about the kickboxing-related stuff that went down at RIZIN at the end of the year, we do a full preview of the GLORY 37 Los Angeles card and even bring back the LiverKick Year-End Awards!
So no, you aren’t really going to get fully-fleshed out predictions on these fights, but you’ll get us talking about the fighters, where they’re at, what we expect to see and why we are excited about each fight. This leads us to having an in-depth discussion about how these one-night, four-man tournaments probably aren’t worth doing anymore and how the SuperFight Series has continually been the best part of GLORY events since they signed on with UFC Fight Pass.
We close out the show with our LiverKick Year-End Awards, which we’ll be writing up in more detail for each award over the coming days and week(s). Excuse the fact that I have a pretty nasty head cold and have been running on four hours of sleep for the past few months due to the twins, but such is life. Enjoy.
We’ve also done away with SoundCloud for the embed since we got a few complaints. Hopefully the embedded player ins’t too much of a bummer. The podcast should be showing up on iTunes shortly, I’ll insert the link to that when it’s up.
(Backdating for new podcast feed)