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Nate Marquardt on MMA Nation: Overcoming the Loss to Chael Sonnen, Preparing for Rousimar Palhares and Looking for the Next Title Shot

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Last week on MMA Nation on 106.7 The Fan, we caught up with perennial UFC middleweight contender Nate "The Great" Marquardt. There was much to discuss as we wanted to gauge his reaction to the Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen bout, get a sense of how he was preparing for his upcoming headline fight on Spike TV against the dangerous submission specialist Rousimar Palhares and cover much more.

Marquardt is soft-spoken, but hardly dreary-eyed or laid back. While somber about the loss to Sonnen, he's focused about the road ahead. He openly wants to fight whoever he needs to to get another shot at the middleweight title even if he knows beating Palhares next Wednesday is no matter of procedure.

INTERVIEW (audio and transcribed version)

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Post #1   9/9/10 2:42:13PM   

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good radio show...glad i get it where i live

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Used to be good, I listened to it for a while then got tired of it, plus Luke Thomas was really getting to be too grating and opinionated. Plus I prefer shows like Pro MMA Radio & Gross Point Blank and the like that feature fighters, other newsmakers, etc. as guests.

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yeah, Luke Thomas can be opinionated at times, but atleast there's an MMA radio show to listen to

Post #4   9/10/10 8:22:02AM