This is In The Fight!

This is In The Fight, a unique combat sports experience!

Join Doc, Brett, and friends as they discuss all things mixed martial arts, pro wrestling and boxing.

“In The Fight on SportzWire Radio” airs every Wednesday at 5PM/Eastern 10PM/United Kingdom! Click the listen to link on the side!

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Episode 24: UFC 266 Preview, Power Rankings, & More! In The Fight Show

Doc & Brett preview the huge UFC 266 card coming up this Saturday plus a "3 Up, 3 Down" combat sports power rankings.  Doc & Brett argue over the merits of Rocky V and the Rocky saga  UFC Vegas 37 & Bellator 266 breakdown "3 Up, 3 Down" Power Rankings MMA & Boxing News UFC 266 Preview Read about it on!Listen every week on SportzWire Radio | Now on Wednesday! | Shirts! ITF Shirts available from Tee KO Store | http://www.teekostore.comSponsored by Michael's Glass Co | Windows, Shower Doors, Plate Glass | www,
  1. Episode 24: UFC 266 Preview, Power Rankings, & More!
  2. Episode 23: Triller is a Disgrace to Boxing & the State of the UFC
  3. Episode 22: Triller is a Shitshow!
  4. Episode 21: Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Review & UFC Stacking their Return to NYC
  5. Episode 20: ITF Show on SportzWire Radio: Paul-Woodley Chaos, Yordenis Ugas Big Win, UFC & PFL Previews

Watch: AEW CEO Tony Khan Roasts WWE-NJPW ‘Negotiations’

AEW CEO/President/Co-Owner/Booker/Grand Poobah Tony Khan grew up a fan of Paul Heyman and Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW). He channeled his inner Paul E. when he addressed the rumors circulating about World Wrestling Entertainment’s “negotiations” with New Japan Pro Wrestling.


COVID-19 Ripping Through NJPW’s Roster

New Japan Pro Wrestling is currently fighting a COVID-19 outbreak within its ranks. Last week’s NJPW Wrestling Dontaku event saw changes after two unnamed wrestlers, at the time the wrestlers were presumed to be Kazuchika Okada and Minoru Suzuki, were removed from the card. NJPW chairman Naoki Sugabayashi apologized for the alteration to the card and the Fukuoka event went on with some changes.

Since the event seven more NJPW talent have been afflicted with the virus. NJPW released the following statement:

Continue reading → COVID-19 Ripping Through NJPW’s Roster

Tom Lawlor Wins NJPW Gold

History was made on Friday night and it was absolutely filthy.!

“Filthy” Tom Lawlor out lasted Brody King on the weekly episode of NJPW Strong to win the New Japan Cup USA tournament and become the first ever NJPW Strong Openweight Champion.

This isn’t Lawlor’s first taste of pro wrestling gold. The former UFC star spent 154-days as MLW World Champion in 2019.

Lawlor was immediately challenged by fellow tournament participant Chris Dickinson.

NJPW Strong airs weekly on FITE TV and NJPW World.

CM Punk Responds to Will Ospreay’s Challenge…Sorta

Sorta. CM Punk sorta responded to IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Will Ospreay’s challenge.

If you missed it, Will Ospreay “called out” CM Punk during his press conference after winning the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship.

“Before I was champion, a man who sparked a whole lot of interest in pro wrestling, CM Punk said he’d like to face Will Ospreay…Now I have the biggest prize in pro wrestling, so if you really want to prove you were the best in the world and not the best of a bad bunch, come over here and try to take this.”

Will Ospreay, IWGP World Heavyweight Champion

Punk spoke with Digital Spy to promote his upcoming film Jakob’s Wife and responded to Ospreay’s challenge…sorta:

“I don’t want to give people false hope in answering Ospreay. But he’s for sure somebody that I’ve never wrestled before that interests me a lot more than, I guess the corporate side of professional wrestling nowadays…

New and different things are going to interest me more than doing the same old, same old. I always need new goals…

Let’s see if he has it {IWGP World Heavyweight Championship} at the end of summer and then ask me the question again.”

CM Punk via Digital Spy

So there it is. Punk has answered Ospreay’s challenge…sorta.

Stay tuned.