Video: What the Heck, Episode 61: Rob Font, Sean Brady, Jordan Leavitt and Jared Vanderaa

In this week’s episode of What the Heck, MMA Fighting’s Mike Heck chats with UFC welterweight Sean Brady (4:01) to discuss his recently confirmed clash with Kevin Lee at UFC 264 on July 10, how the fight went, being frustrated at not being able to find clashes against ranked opponents, the challenges Lee presents, the retirement of teammate and mentor Paul Felder, and his thoughts on Gilbert Burns against Stephen Thompson.

UFC lightweight Jordan Leavitt (20:10) presents his upcoming clash with Claudio Puelles this Saturday at UFC Vegas 28, talks about becoming a father earlier this year and how it changed him, seeing a lot of similarities at his opponent, not feeling the pressure of trying to overcome his slam KO of Matt Wiman, and the importance of being yourself.

UFC heavyweight Jared Vanderaa (39:30) recaps his decision to win a Fight of the Night bonus against Justin Tafa at UFC Vegas 27, discusses the long road – and year – to reaching his first promotional victory, what he took away from his defeat to Sergey Spivak, the amount of blood he lost in the fight with Tafa, loving clashes with two veterans and his division colleagues, and more.

Finally, UFC bantamweight Rob Font (1:08:33) talks about his unanimous decision victory over Cody Garbrandt in the main event of UFC Vegas 27, the odd place he is now, why he feels a fight with Petr Yan “right now” is the best script, Cory Sandhagen vs. TJ Dillashaw, his thoughts on legacy fights with Dominick Cruz or Jose Aldo if presented to him, and why he would be excited about a potential future clash with Sean O’Malley.

Watch the video above, or the audio-only podcast can be found below, on Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, and Stitcher.


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