The podcast home of DC & Helwani, with new episodes every Monday, featuring UFC legend Daniel Cormier and ESPN's Ariel Helwani, as they talk to the biggest names, address the hottest topics, and preview/review the most important fight cards from across the world of MMA. Also the home of Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show, with new episodes most Wednesdays, featuring Ariel’s conversations with the biggest and most relevant figures on the MMA scene.
Not Goodbye, Just See You Later
On the final episode of DC & Helwani, the guys talk about all things UFC 263, where the big winners and losers go from here, Claressa Shield's successful MMA debut and much more. They also say goodbye to the show and put a bow on it once and for all.
Reminiscing With Old Friend NewYorkRic
On the final edition of Ariel Helwani's MMA Show, Ariel welcomes back his old pal NewYorkRic to reminisce about their time together and to preview the busy weekend ahead in MMA. They also discuss Alistair Overeem's decision to return to kickboxing.
What To Make of Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather, Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley, & UFC 263 Preview
On this week's show, DC & Helwani talk about the future of the show after Ariel's announcement that he is leaving ESPN. Then, they discuss the wacky Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather fight, who won and lost and what this all means. They also preview UFC 263 this weekend, and discuss what's at stake between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley later this summer.
Paul Felder, Charles Oliveira, Carla Esparza
On this week's show, Ariel kicks things off with the recently-retired Paul Felder. They discuss why he retired this past weekend, career regrets and highlights, what's next for him and more. Then, Ariel welcomes in the current UFC lightweight king Charles Oliveira, who talks about his big win over Michael Chandler recently, his comeback, the parade he received back home and his first title defense. Finally, Ariel talks to Carla Esparza about why she should fight Rose Namajunas for the strawweight title next, her massive win this past weekend, climbing back into the 115-pound title pictures and her cookie pound-for-pound rankings.
New Bantamweight Contender?, Rose Namajunas' Next Foe, Fury-Wilder-Joshua Drama, & More
On this week's episode, DC & Helwani kick things off by talking about Rob Font's big win over Cody Garbrandt and where he goes from here. They also talked about whether Carla Esparza should be next for Rose Namajunas, and why Ariel hate-watched Jack Hermansson's win over Edmen Shahbazyan. The guys also discuss Paul Felder's retirement announcement, a potential Cris Cyborg vs. Kayla Harrison fight, the heavyweight boxing drama of the past week, GSP vs. De La Hoya, and much more.
Tatiana Suarez, Edson Barboza, Cris Cyborg
On this week's show, Ariel speaks to undefeated Tatiana Suarez about her recent health issues and when she'll return to action. Then, Ariel talks to Edson Barboza about his win over Shane Burgos this weekend, his move to 145, who he wants next and more. After that, Ariel welcomes in Cris Cyborg, who fights Leslie Smith this Friday at Bellator 259. They also talk about her interest in fighting Kayla Harrison, her career and more. Ariel ends the show with a look at the upcoming MMA schedule.
My favourite part about Monday’s
As a young female I am always made fun of for watching MMA and people don’t take me seriously. Your show welcomes me every Monday and Wednesday and makes me feel apart of the action as well as the community. You guys are opinionated and hilarious, offering interesting insights from both fighter and journalist perspective. Thank you!
Helwani has Changed
I feel since Helwani has moved to ESPN, he hasn’t been the same man...he used to fight for the story and talk about controversial issues in the sport. Both DC & Helwani have to be more objective when talking about the UFC.
Getting too corporate
As someone who exited the media industry, I see what is happening to this show and it's typical. Not only is the sound getting worse but the shackles of time mean there is a lack of freestyle... I love you guys but get it together...