Spinning Back Clique: Is Dan Hooker a letdown as Michael Chandler's UFC debut opponent?
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Welcome to “Spinning Back Clique,” MMA Junkie’s weekly show that takes a quick spin through the biggest topics in mixed martial arts. This week, host John Morgan is joined by panelists Brian Garcia from MMA Junkie Radio, as well as MMA Junkie’s Mike Bohn and Farah Hannoun. Let’s get into it!

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Michael Chandler‘s octagon debut is finally official as he meets Dan Hooker at UFC 257. Was this the right matchup, or is it a disappointment compared to other options? UFC debuts on ABC with its Jan. 16 event headlined by Max Holloway and Calvin Kattar. Is the return to network television a landmark moment, or no big deal? Jon Jones claims he’s

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forever done at light heavyweight as he continues prep for his move up to heavyweight. Is that statement fact or fiction? A.J. McKee recently revealed to MMA Junkie that he’s got two fights remaining on his Bellator contract. Will he jump ship to the UFC, or can Bellator keep one of MMA’s top rising stars? What’s one MMA fight that absolutely has to be made in 2021?

For answers to all of those questions, watch Episode 61 of “Spinning Back Clique” above.

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