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Simon Head catches up with Dan Hardy in Rio following his successful trip from London to Rio as part of the GREAT Britain team in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, then chats to Joanne Calderwood in Thailand as she begins her preparations for her bout with Paige VanZant at UFC Fight Night...
Simon Head was the first journalist to interview the UFC's new VP and GM of Europe, Middle East and Africa James Elliott as the UFC prepares for a big year of expansion across the region in 2016.
Simon Head chats to UFC vice president of international development Joe Carr, who lifts the lid on the UFC's plans for Europe in 2016.
The Sun's UFC reporter Simon Head catches up with British lightweight Saul Rogers, who features in the new season of The Ultimate Fighter: Team McGregor v Team Faber.
On ICYMI this week, UFC Dublin tickets fly out the door, Conor McGregor has a message for Dublin headliner Joseph Duffy, Lawler v Condit gets a new date and the UFC gets ready to #GoBig.
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Simon Head chats with British UFC star Jimi 'Posterboy' Manuwa ahead of his pivotal light-heavyweight clash with number-one contender Anthony 'Rumble' Johnson at UFC 191 on September 5. For full coverage of the UFC, follow @simonhead on Twitter and read his coverage at http://thesun.co.uk/ufc
UFC reporter Simon Head looks back at the biggest UFC stories of the past week in his weekly roundup. This week, the TUF Finale gets a main event, Ronda and Floyd are at it again and it's farewell to a fighting duo.
UFC reporter Simon Head offers his quickfire prediction for Sunday night's main event at UFC Fight Night Saskatoon as featherweight contenders Max Holloway and Charles Oliveira get set to do battle inside the Octagon.
British UFC star Dan 'The Outlaw' Hardy is all set for the biggest challenge of his athletic career as he prepares to embark on the first leg of the Clipper Round The World Yacht race.
The day’s sports news in brief and with a twist.
In-depth interviews with sporting greats and famous fans. Listen to the Colin Murray from 10am each weekday on talkSPORT and[ talkSPORT.com](http://talksport.com) – the world’s biggest sports radio station.
Welcome to #ICYMI, the Friday recap of the big stories from the world of the UFC. This week we feature Ronda Rousey, the UFC's big Melbourne announcement, UFC 194 and the addition of the TUF Finale. Let us know what you think about the new feature by tweeting me @simonhead or leaving a comment...
An irreverent and unscripted look at the week's mixed martial arts news from MMAJunkie.com's Ben Fowlkes and Chad Dundas of ESPN.com. Topics include the latest happenings in the UFC, Bellator and other promotions.
"The MMA Beat" is MMAFighting.com's latest web series where a group of journalists come together to break down the biggest headlines in the sport today. Think of it as our version of the famed "Sports Reporters" show.
Presented by British MMA journalist Simon Head, The Head Line is a mixed martial arts audioblog featuring interviews, discussion and live event reports and reaction.
Follow Simon on Twitter: [@simonhead](http://twitter.com/simonhead)
Brought to you in association with Money Clothing. Presented by Bryan Lacey the #WHOACAST is a regular look at MMA worldwide.
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This week Michael Morgan is joined by Jimi Manuwa, Jon Jones, Alexander Gustafsson, Jason Jones and Simon Head
Mirror Online's Simon Head and Rob Leigh round up the latest news and views from the fastest growing sport in the world, mixed martial arts.
The MMA and Professional Wrestling podcast from Mirror Online
Mirror Football combines the latest club-by-club breaking news with the sharpest views in the sport.
A small little radio show we do as a our Saturday job which somehow became a cult hit and 10 years old. Maybe more, who knows?