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Posted on: December 4, 2012 5:17 pm

Ben Henderson:“I am pretty good in 5 round fights


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Posted on: February 9, 2012 10:41 am

We HAVE GOT UFC octagon girl Brittney Palmer

UFC octagon girl Brittney Palmer will be a special guest Sunday Feb. 12 on MMA2DAY SHOW.

MMA2DAY Show Airs Live Sunday nights 8 to 10pm eastern time @  http://pennyjomma.net/ or http://mma2dayshow.com/ or http://wpbriradio.com/cm/

MMA2DAY Show the show that talks about MMA today, and is thinking about MMA’s tomorrow!

MMA2DAY Show airs on WPBR 1340AM out of Lake Worth, Florida as well as live on the internet via audio and/or video

You can even listen on your phone by calling 712 432 6625.

Fans may call in and particpate – 866 936 9727

MMA2DAY Show is a Sweet Sports & Entertainment Production

Show Hosts: Jim Sweet, Tom Caprio &  Guest Host- Mike Van Arsdale

Executive Producer: Penny Buffington

Posted on: February 2, 2012 11:32 am

Carlos Condit:“Either your going to kick my ass..


Carlos Condit Pre UFC 143: Diaz vs. Condit Interview with MMA2DAY Show

February 2, 2012Penny Buffington - PennyJoMMA

MMA2DAY Show Interview with Carlos Condit.
UFC 143: Interim Welterweight Championship bout: Nick Diaz vs. Carlos Condit Saturday, February 4, Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada live on pay-per-view.
Some Highlights from the Interview:
“Either your going to kick my ass or I am going to kick your ass.”
“He is well rounded so to have a one dimensional game plan would be a mistake. He has got great Jui Jitsu so taking him down is dangerous, great stand-up, so keeping the fight standing is dangerous.”
“You have to promote the fight, you have to promote yourself. You have to look at this as a business. This is a job. This is what pays the bills so you have got to do what you have got to do to promote yourself.
“On the other hand: I am not going to compromise myself and try to be something I am not just to sell fights.”
Concerning GSP: “You know he is pretty secure as far as his career, as far as his legacy and financially I would imagine. But other fighters they are really living fight to fight, you know, that’s what’s paying the bills. So, sometimes you have got to overlook an injury and put it in the back of your mind and hope that it doesn’t become a bigger problem.”
“It’s a tough way to make a living whether you are kind of on the bottom of the pay scale or toward the middle or even on the high end. As the sport grows I think the pay is going to grow.”
“It’s tough. There’s a lot of guys who have talent and allot of potential but stuff happens they get injured. Can’t do a fight; you cant pay the bills, and end up doing something else, and having to kind of give up on their dream. You know for everyone successful in the UFC their is probably 20 or 30 guys that get washed out and wasn’t able to do what they wanted with their lives as far as pursuing a career in MMA.”

More info: pennyjomma.net or mma2dayshow.com

Posted on: January 15, 2012 2:43 pm

Melvin Guillard & Lavar Johnson MMA2DAY Show

Melvin Guillard & Lavar Johnson MMA2DAY Show Guests Sunday Jan. 15

Penny Buffington - PennyJoMMA

MMA2DAY Show Airs Live Sunday nights 10 to midnight.

MMA2DAY Show the show that talks about MMA today, and is thinking about MMA’s tomorrow!

MMA2DAY Show airs on WPBR 1340AM South Florida as well as live on the internet.

You can even listen on your phone by calling 712 432 6625.

Fans may call in and particpate by calling 561 588 0675

MMA2DAY Show is a Sweet Sports & Entertainment Production www.SweetSE.com

Show Hosts: Jim Sweet, Tom Caprio & Mike Van Arsdale

Executive Producer: Penny Buffington

MMA2DAY Show Guest Sunday Jan. 15 UFC Fighters: Melvin Guillard, & Lavar Johnson

UFC on Fox: Guillard vs. Miller January 20, 2012 – Nashville, TN.

Main Card

Guillard vs Miller

Ludwig vs Neer

Barry vs Morecraft


Rivera vs Schafer

Brenneman vs Roberts

Shalorus vs Nurmagomedov

Camoes vs Madadi

Vemola vs Jimmo

Sandoval vs Denis


UFC on FOX 2 Evans vs. Davis January 28, 2012 United Center, Chicago, Illinois

Main Card

Evans vs Davis

Sonnen vs Munoz

Bisping vs Maia


Dunham vs Lentz

Russow vs Einemo

Bedford vs Gagnon

Swanson vs Roop

Oliveira vs Wisely

Johnson vs Roller

Beltran vs Johnson

Camozzi vs Jacoby

More Lavar Johnson Pictures

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MMA2DAY Show a Sweet Sports and Entertainment Production began airing June 6, 2010.

Some Past Guests:

Jeff Monson, Jen Boronico, Tony Johnson, Travis Browne, Daniel Cormier, Marcus DaMatta, Bruce Buffer, Cole Miller, Jessica Aguilar, Shonie Carter, Cung Le, Matt Hughes, Frankie Edgar, Clay Guida, Jake Shields, Lacey Schuckman, Angela Magana, Sarah Kaufman, Chael Sonnen, Jacob “Stitch” Duran, Brian Stann, Shane Del Rasario, Vladimir Matyushenko, Steve Mazzagatti, Joe Soto, David Mitchell , Spencer Paige, Mark Stevens, Rich Attonito, Josh Thompson, Mike Guymon, Billy Evangelista, Igor Almeida, KJ Noons, Donovan Craig, Diego Sanchez, Jorge Rivera, Fight Time Promotion’s CEO/Founder- Howard Davis Jr., Miesha Tate, Mike Bruno, Tim Kennedy, Dan Henderson, Mike Miller- Owner/Promoter of X-1 World Events, Gilbert Melendez, Erik Paulson, Danny Downes, Fabricio Werdum, Justin Wilcox, Gray Maynard, Jeremy Stephens, Jimmy Ninja Chaikong, Anthony Pettis, Nick Hinchliffe, Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney, Mike Van Arsdale, Michael Shoffner, Kim Couture, Rich Franklin, Rashad Evans, Bellator Announcer- Sean Wheelock, Ronnie Mann, Thiago Alves, Mike Swick, Din Thomas, Combat Consulting- Robert Hines, Marcus Davis, Mark Munoz, Antwain Britt, Roy Nelson, Felice Herrig, Urijah Faber, Cub Swanson, Mike Pierce, Ben Saunders, Ed Herman

Posted on: November 1, 2011 11:03 pm

“Smooth” Ben Henderson Awarded UFC Twitter Bonus

“Smooth” Ben Henderson Awarded Twitter Bonus by UFC

November 1, 2011 Penny Buffington - PennyJoMMA 

“Smooth” Benson Henderson awarded Twitter bonus by UFC

UFC Lightweight star “Smooth” Benson Henderson was one of nine fighters awarded a Twitter bonus by UFC President Dana White on Tuesday.  Henderson will be awarded $5,000 for having the most creative tweets among fighters with 10-30,000 followers.

Standing out among Henderson’s tweets were his live tweeting during the UFC 133 conference call and giving fans the ability to participate in the question and answer process.

“It’s really exciting to be recognized by the UFC for doing what I love to do anyways, interact with the fans,” stated Henderson, who is training to fight Clay Guida in the first UFC on FOX card Nov. 12 in Anaheim, Calif.

“The sport of mixed martial arts and the UFC have the best fans in the world and we share a level of interaction between fans and athletes not seen in any other professional sport. I am thankful that the UFC allows utilize social media tools to help with this.”

Henderson holds a 14-2 professional record, and is 2-0 in the UFC after previously holding the WEC Lightweight championship. In his last fight, Henderson dominated Jim Miller. He currently trains at the MMA Lab in Glendale, Ariz.

Fans can follow Henderson through his Twitter handle @SmoothOne155.

Fighters were awarded Twitter bonuses in four divisions, based on the number of followers for each fighter.  Within each division, bonuses were awarded for most total followers, the highest percentage of growth in followers, and the most creative tweets.

All data was tracked and gathered by Digital Royalty.  White selected the winners in the creative tweets category.

Twitter Bonus Recipients
75,000+ followers:

Most Followers: Anderson Silva
Largest Percentage Growth: Anderson Silva
Most Creative: Forrest Griffin

30-75,000+ followers:
Most Followers: Antonio Minotauro Nogueira
Largest Percentage Growth: Antonio Minotauro Nogueira
Most Creative: Joe Lauzon

10-30,000+ followers:

Most Followers: Demian Maia
Largest Percentage Growth: Demian Maia
Most Creative: Benson Henderson

2-10,000+ followers:
Most Followers: Cris Cyborg
Largest Percentage Growth: Cris Cyborg
Most Creative: Joseph Benavidez

Posted on: October 30, 2011 11:45 am
Edited on: October 30, 2011 11:45 am

BJ Penn Retires after loss to Nick Diaz UFC 137

BJ Penn announced his retirement immediately after the UFC 137 bout where Dana White described Nick Diaz’s win “awesome”.

“This is probably the last time you’re going to see me here,” Penn said. “I’ve got a daughter,  another daughter on the way.  I don’t want to go home looking like this.  I’m done.”

I could have sworn I saw a look on BJ’s face as he was making his walk out and into the octagon where he was going to bust out and cry. This must have been why.  BJ is one of the most beloved men in the sport he will be greatly missed.

Mirko Cro Cop may also be at retirements door as well even though he did not make an official announcement after his loss to Roy Nelson

UFC 137 Fight Results

Main card

Nick Diaz def. BJ Penn via unanimous decision

Cheick Kongo def. Matt Mitrione via unanimous decision

Roy Nelson def. Mirko Cro Cop via third-round TKO

Scott Jorgensen def. Jeff Curran via unanimous decision

Hatsu Hioki def. George Roop via split decision

Preliminary card

Donald Cerrone def. Dennis Siver via submission (rear-naked choke) (live blog)

Bart Palaszewski def. Tyson Griffin via first-round KO (live blog)

Brandon Vera def. Eliot Marshall via unanimous decision (live blog)

Ramsey Nijem def. Danny Downes via unanimous decision (live blog)

Francis Carmont def. Chris Camozzi via unanimous decision (live blog)

Clifford Starks def. Dustin Jacoby via unanimous decision (live blog)


Watch Fight Video Penn vs Diaz http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86CH3eSBlYE&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL

Posted on: October 26, 2011 12:54 pm

Diego Sanchez has Cast Removed

October 26, 2011 Penny Buffington - PennyJoMMA 

Albuquerque, N.M. – Top UFC Welterweight contender Diego “The Dream” Sanchez had a cast removed from his right hand yesterday, clearing him to resume full training activities.

Sanchez was slated to fight Matt Hughes at UFC 135 on Sept. 24 when he suffered a broken bone in his right hand on Sept. 5, forcing him out of the fight.

Even though he has been injured, Sanchez has continued to train full-time, staying in pique physical condition.

“I feel great,” Sanchez said. “In some senses, this injury has been a blessing, because I’ve been forced to train in ways and on things that I never before had thought of or considered. I truly feel as going though this injury is going to make me a better fighter in the long run.”

“I can’t wait to get back in the Octagon and compete. I think the fans will like what they see too,” he added.

No new fight has yet been scheduled for Sanchez, who holds a 25-4 career record.

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