Ringside Report Network
Ringside Report started on the radio, added podcasts and moved to video in 2019. Our hosts are not just fans but have in-depth knowledge of the subjects. Pro Wrestler Johnny, "Genesis", North joins lifelong wrestling fan and aficionado Dave Simon to host our Pro Wrestling programming with in-depth coverage of the WWE, AEW and New Japan Pro Wrestling. Our flagship show, Wrestling Uncensored, is live every Friday right after WWE Smackdown. Here you get a review of the week that was. You may not agree with our hosts, in fact they often don't agree with each other, but you have an opportunity to chime in with your viewpoint in the chat rooms while live, or in the comments section of YouTube, Twitch or Facebook on the replay. Dave & Johnny also headline our coverage of major pro wrestling pay per views and breaking news. Dave Simon is joined by experienced Ju Jitsu fighters Fred Garcia and the ever unpredictable AJ D'Alesio each Thursday at 8 PM Eastern with Ringside Report MMA. They try and foresee what's next in the octagon and review, argue and kibbitz in a very friendly irreverent manner. The three guys also team up to accompany you on all the major UFC Pay Per Views with entertaining watch alongs. Become a member of our YouTube channel now and become a recurring supporter of our work as we strive to continue to entertain you in these strange times. Goto ringsidereport.net/support to find out more ways to support the channel.
Kimo Leopoldo Interview (he's not dead)

Not long after reports contradicting news of Kimo Leopoldo's death surfaced, he took the time to tell the listeners of Ringside Report Radio that he was indeed still alive. Download this podcast where he along with his manager sets the record straight with Dave Simon and Kevin McKough on the Team990.


Reported death

Various media outlets reported that Leopoldo had died from complications from a heart attack at age 41.[7] Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports reported on his Twitter that Leopoldo's publicist refuted reports that Leopoldo was in Costa Rica and instead was seen alive in Orange County the night before.[8] From his Twitter he later also claimed "Also, from Kimo's publicist, apparently he was sleeping and woke up to learn of reports of his death." and "From what I've been told, and this is not finalized, Kimo will hold a conference call tomorrow."

At a July 21, 2009 press conference Leopoldo denied anyone close to him created the rumor, he also expressed his desire to return to fight one last time.[9]


Kimo Leopoldo (January 4, 1968) is a retired German mixed martial artist, often billed as simply Kimo. He made his MMA debut at UFC 3 in 1994 losing to Royce Gracie by submission. Kimo's fighting style has been described as freestyle, with a mixture of striking and grappling techniques.[citation needed] He was erroneously credited with a black belt in Taekwondo in his Ultimate Fighting Championship debut at UFC 3 (it is unclear whether Kimo or fight promoters originated this claim).[1] Kimo is well known for his Christian beliefs: he sports many religious tattoos, and entered the arena at UFC 3 carrying a large cross on his back.[2]

Direct download: Kimo_Leopoldo.mp3
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Dan Henderson knocked out Michael Bisping at 3:20 of the second round at UFC 100. Here he talks about his preparation for that decisive fight to Dave and Kevin. It's Bisping's first time getting knocked out.


Dan Henderson

Direct download: Dan_Henderson.mp3
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Interview with TJ Grant











Las Vegas NV (USA) -- A dislocated shoulder, suffered in training, has forced welterweight standout Jonathan Goulet to withdraw from his bout against Dong Hyun Kim on the preliminary card of UFC® 100 on July 11th. But Canada will still be represented in the bout, as Nova Scotia’s TJ Grant will step in to face Kim at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.


A purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Grant made quite an impression in his UFC debut in April, as he pounded out an impressive three round split decision win over seasoned competitor Ryo Chonan. Now 14-2 as a pro, the 25-year old Grant is eager to move further up the welterweight ranks by scoring a victory over the talented Kim.


Dong Hyun Kim is a hero back home in his native South Korea, and the unbeaten (11-0-1, 1 NC) “Stun Gun” is rapidly building a United States fanbase as well after wins over Jason Tan and Matt Brown. A fourth degree black belt in judo, Kim hopes to keep the “0” at the end of his record on July 11th.

Direct download: TJ_Grant_UFC100_Interview.mp3
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Interview with Georges "Rush" St-Pierre

Hear Georges "Rush" St-Pierre talk about his upcoming fight, his past and future opponents and his friends in the MMA biz. GSP will talk about the great new video game, "UFC 2009 Undisputed" and his "grudge" rematch versus Dana White. St-Pierre talks candidly about the possibility of fighting Anderson Silva in Toronto or Olympic Stadium in Montreal. Download the podcast to hear from the champ before he continues building his legacy at UFC 100.

Georges, Dave and Kevin

"Being part of UFC 100 – it’s a great honor for me because I know it’s going to be a historical show. Even though the focus is not strictly on my fight like it was last time when I fought BJ Penn, it makes this fight even more dangerous. Thiago Alves is the greatest challenge that I had in my career – he’s gonna be the toughest guy that I fought so far, and that’s what makes him very dangerous is he’s a very confident guy, he’s a gentleman, and he doesn’t have to talk trash. So even though he doesn’t talk trash, I know he’s going to come out very strong and try to hurt me really bad early in the fight. However, I will be very well prepared. I try to focus on what I’m going to do to him instead of focusing too much on what he’s going to do to me."

Direct download: Georges_St-Pierre_UFC_100_Interview.mp3
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