On this episode of Your Favorite Fight, Oregon Sports News Senior Writer David Golden sits down with 5-1 professional mixed martial artist, Journey Newson. Journey’s favorite fight is less than a year old so it should be fresh in your mind. David and Journey discuss training with UFC champions, having Urijah Faber forgot who you are, and what happens when two seemingly unlikable fighters square off. What’s Journey’s favorite fight? Tune in and find out!
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David Golden is the Senior MMA Columnist for Oregon Sports News. David’s articles have been featured on USAToday.com, CSNNW.com, KGW.com, among other major websites. David has covered mixed martial arts since 2013 and in addition to his work with OSN David is a past contributor at Cagepotato.
Armchair Sports With Casey Mabbott – Episode 16 – NBA Finals Game 3 Recap And LeBron’s Legacy
June 9, 2017 Casey Mabbott Podcasts Comments Off on Armchair Sports With Casey Mabbott – Episode 16 – NBA Finals Game 3 Recap And LeBron’s Legacy
In this episode, Oregon Sports News Senior Writer Casey Mabbott and special guest Bryant Knox cover game three of the NBA Finals, offer their takes on the series, Finals MVP projections, LeBron’s legacy, the most […]
Your Favorite Fight – Episode 17 – Heather Standing And Submission Underground 5
September 26, 2017 David Golden Combat Sports, Podcasts Comments Off on Your Favorite Fight – Episode 17 – Heather Standing And Submission Underground 5
This week on Your Favorite Fight, Oregon Sports News Senior MMA Writer David Golden sits down with Submission Underground matchmaker, Heather Standing. David and Heather breakdown a ton of the SUG5 matchups, do some hypothetical […]
The UFC Heavyweight Division Is A Safe Place For Inconsistent Fighters
February 8, 2017 David Golden Combat Sports Comments Off on The UFC Heavyweight Division Is A Safe Place For Inconsistent Fighters
The modern day mixed martial arts heavyweight tends to be a streaking athlete. Four- and five- fight winning streaks followed by a loss or two is the norm for many MMA big men. Long gone […]