Introducing: Doin’ The Damn Thing

Hey friends, allow us to introduce our brand new podcast, “Doin’ The Damn Thing.” Moving forward, this mean dog is going to be available exclusively to top tier patrons of the Co-Main Event but for week one, we wanted to share it with all of you for free. We’ve never done anything exactly like this before and we’re excited about it.

This is a show where we’re going to talk about some of the other things we like, whether that be movies or books or music–some non MMA related stuff–but hopefully in a way that is still of interest to the CME listening audience. And frankly, the maiden voyage of Doin’ The Damn Thing is jam-packed with CME goodness. We spend the first part of the show discussing the first couple episodes of Ken Burns’ new PBS documentary on Muhammad Ali and some of the ways it either changed or reinforced our views of one of the most iconic figures in all of sports.

We also talk to our friend Dan Brooks about the death of Norm Macdonald, as Dan and Norm had become acquainted during the final years of Macdonald’s life.

Plus, the debut of KRAKEN UP.

You won’t want to miss it. If you like it, please consider signing up to join the team on Patreon to check out all the cool stuff over there.

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