The Martial Culture Podcast with Coach Rene and Matt Peters dives deep into Martial Arts, UFC, MMA, and with the history of the art and some fun at the same time. Follow @RadicalMMA @GothamPodcasts @MartialCultureCast
Meet People Where They Are
UFC Fight Night Recap and self defense.
Jake Paul, Again..
We discuss the "boxing" of Jake Paul and Woodley. Also Matt collects on his winning bet.
Year of the Fighter with Matt Deaton
The Year of the Fighter with Dr. Matt Deaton.
On this episode we talk with the author of Year Of The Fighter, he shares what got him into fighting and some of the stories from his book.
Grab his book and hear the rest!
Thank you to War Locker for sponsoring this episode.
Coach Rene breaks down what makes a martial art, and also why sports colliding with martial arts isn't always a good thing.
Rules can get in the way of the core of the arts.
Olympics and Giving Up The Back
We talk about the Olympics and the bad habit of giving up the back.
Overcoming and Achieving With Bert
Joined in studio by Bert, a student at Radical MMA to discuss his journey and battle with addiction and overcoming those battles strengthened by martial arts.
Great stories in this episode, we will have more from Bert in the future.
Learning from a Master
Rene brings a deep understanding of a variety of martial arts as well as an academic context from his graduate studies in Japanese Military History to the podcast. He will jump from discussing the minutia of BJJ techniques, to modern Japanese culture and the quotes Clausewitz. But the podcast is anything but high brow. Rene is unforgiving in his evaluation of fighers who disappoint him, and he tortures Matt after Matt loses a bet. The two have a great chemistry, which comes across. Fun listen.
I think this show is the best mma podcast out there right now. There are shows with more famous people but Coach Rene and Matt have just as much knowledge as anyone. More importantly, they explain things better than anyone I know. After listening to 10-15 minutes I knew it was going to be my new favorite show because I really don’t think anyone has the total package that these two have.
Host is more interested in hearing his own stories
Maija Soderholm is fascinating in the 11.25.19 podcast.
But the host is not a good interviewer. I cannot listen to the entire podcast at once without getting frustrated.