Lee, Jackson, Emmers, Larson and Nimmo to appear on MMA Fight Radio May 3

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Join MMA Fight Radio tonight from 6-8 pm PST as Desiree Flores, Dallas Hall and Robert Klein will be joined in studio by LFA star and show regular Jordon Larson, who will be discussing all the wildness of LFA 37, including his big win. Also, we will be joined by one of the top fitness coaches and competitors in the business, Aaron Nimmo.

Also joining us will be Andrea Lee, who makes her UFC debut at UFC Fight Night 129 in Chile on May 19; Mike “The Truth” Jackson, who faces CM Punk at UFC 225 in Chicago June 9, and Jamall “Pretty Boy” Emmers, who will participate on Dana White’s Contender Series for a possible UFC contract June 26.

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