Mark Hunt Weighs in on Brock Lesnar's Drug Testing ExemptionThere is no denying that the return of former Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar is exactly the kind of boost UFC 200 needed. The 38 year-old WWE superstar has been MIA in the octagon since 2011, but has since remained a fan-favorite among the MMA community.
A buffet of sports; The Drive 6/7/16The sports world lost another athlete Monday with the passing of MMA and boxer Kimbo Slice. Hear Dave, Kayte and Nate give their thoughts on the street brawler and where he stands in history as a fighter. Plus with game three of the NBA Finals set for Wednesday, NBA Insider Sam Amick joins the show to shed some light on the next moves from each team. All that and more, on the all new morning show, The Drive heard only on Sports 1140 KHTK! Daily 6-9 AM
Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee; The Lo-Down - 6/06/16Damien, Jason, and Ken pay their respects to the legend that is Muhammad Ali on Monday's edition of The Lo-Down.
Brock Lesnar to Face Mark Hunt at UFC 200UFC and WWE fans can now rejoice. UFC 200 now has a co-main event that will mark the return of former Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar, 38 (5-3).
The Greatest of All Time; The Drive - 6/6/16The G.O.A.T Muhammad Ali passed away Friday. Hear Dave, Kayte and Nate give their memories of the one of the greatest people to ever walk the earth, everything from their thoughts, reflections and fondest memories of the late great Muhammad Ali. That plus more, on the all new morning show, The Drive heard only on Sports 1140 KHTK! Daily 6-9 AM
Keith Brook and Carmichael Dave Show - March 25th,
Roman Reigns: Facing Brock Lesnar Would Be 'Hardest Hitting Match Ever'WWE superstar Roman Reigns discusses the Royal Rumble, WrestleMania and a possible matchup with Brock Lesnar.
6 WWE Stars Before They Were Professional WrestlersEveryone starts somewhere. What did these WWE stars do before they were professional wrestlers?
WEC 51: Aldo Pound-for-Pound King?Sure, mixed martial arts and its predecessors date way before UFC 1, but for all intents and purposes, the American conscience awoke to the sport 17-odd years ago with that first Pay-Per-View event. Guys crowded around a TV at a friend's house, and it provided water cooler talk for the days to come. Yet few had any idea what the future of the sport held.