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Ringside Report focuses primarily on Mixed Martial Arts with a strong emphasis on the top promoter the UFC. MMA is a sport that has been growing at a phenomenal pace for the past several years. It's reach is growing with more and more regional promotions starting up all over the US. Wrestling Uncensored is a conversation about Pro Wrestling between Dave Simon and Professional Wrestler, Johnny North available once per week. They discuss and debate the latest storylines in the WWE and other companies and are not afraid to provide their own brand of honest criticism from the perspective of a true fan. Both guys have been watching Pro Wrestling since they were kids and bring that child-like emotion into their back and forth that has people "tweeting" about the shows for days after they are broadcast. Host Dave Simon's enthusiasm for Combat Sports is engaging his audiences. We're finding fans of one sport listening to the other show just because of the way Dave entertains. Listeners to both shows are mostly in a male 18-49 year old demographic. We have people either listening live to the Internet stream or downloading the podcast from across Canada and the USA as well as Europe and Asia.
Ringside Report Radio. July 25, 2012

This is the July 25, 2012 episode of Ringside Report Radio. Hosted by Dave Simon, Kevin "Big Tuna" McKough and Jeremy Prophet.

Mick Foley appeared live in studio on this episode with Brendon Burns as they are in Montreal performing at the Just For Laughs comedy festival. Foley discussed many topics including his recent appearance on WWE Raw 1000, his relationship with Vince McMahon, Triple H and much more in thsi 40-minute interview.

Invicta FC president Shannon Knapp also appeared on this episode to discuss the all-women's MMA promotion and their second event (Invicta 2) on July 28 that will air live and free at www.invictafc.com

Dave, Kevin and Jeremy talked about the results from UFC 149 including Renan Barao's victory over Urijah Faber, Tim Boetsch's win over Hector Lombard and the lackluster performance from Cheick Kongo and Shawn Jordan.

All this and more on this 2-hour episode of Ringside Report Radio.

Direct download: Ringside_Report_Radio._July_25_2012.mp3
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