Trey Ogden Interview (1:55)
Kicking off this edition of TTP is our interview with UFC lightweight, Trey Ogden. Ogden discusses getting in the win column for the first time in his UFC career and why it was so meaningful to him. He also talks about his long and complicated journey to the UFC. While it was much tougher than a lot of prospects face, he never lost the faith that it would happen. In fact, he envisioned these days would come and had known it would come to fruition. He talks about all that and seeing his next win coming up this weekend at UFC San Antonio.
Fights, Dogs, and Parlays: UFC San Antonio (19:27)
After another packed pay-per-view card, the UFC doesn’t sotp. Instead, they keep rolling on the road for UFC San Antonio – another trip to Texas. This one is headlined by a pair of top bantamweight contenders, both of whom are looking to stake a claim as a potential title challenger in the near future. Will Cory Sandhagen or Mrlon Vera come out on top? Our guys weigh in on that fight and some of the other top fights for this card. And, as always, they’re also giving you an underdog and a parlay that they think will make your wallet fat this Saturday. For this segment, all odds via FanDuel Sportsbook.
Daniel Pineda Interview (28:43)
Closing out this edition of TTP is our interview with UFC featherweight, Daniel Pineda. Pineda talks about his unfortunate absence from the cage and how he’s been itching to get back in there. He’ll have his chance at UFC San Antonio against Tucker Lutz. He breaks down that fight for us and tells us where he thinks it’ll end. Plus, he also gives us a preview of what his hometown crowd is going to be like.