The Body Lock Podcast

The Body Lock Podcast is your source of breaking news, stories, hard-hitting opinion, and interviews from the world of mixed martial arts.

Jake Nichols, Nick Vera, and Siri Karri tackle all of the latest happenings in the UFC, Bellator, ONE Championship, and anything combat sports related around the world.

We’re fortunate to be joined by some of the world’s best mixed martial artists, and will occasionally release podcasts with fighters and influential figures from the UFC, Bellator, and elsewhere.

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The Body Lock Podcast #37 – “Ghost Rider”

In this installment of The Body Lock Podcast, Nick and Siri discuss the recent heroics of Daniel Cormier, ‘Jacare’ Souza, and Israel Adesanya at UFC 230, before looking forward to all the action at UFC Fight Night 139. Subscribe to…

The Body Lock Podcast #36 – “Return of the Funk”

In their triumphant return to The Body Lock Podcast, Nick Vera and Siri Karri discuss the most pressing stories in MMA.

The Body Lock Podcast #35 – Aljamain Sterling discusses his upcoming fight with Cody Stamann at UFC 228

UFC bantamweight Aljamain Sterling joins us to discuss his upcoming fight with Cody Stamann at UFC 228. The “Funk Master” is always an excellent interview and opened up about how he believes Stamann doesn’t deserve this fight. Sterling’s also confident…

Jake Nichols

Managing Editor

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Jake is a mixed martial arts analyst and reporter from Australia.

Nick Vera

Senior Writer, Editor

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English Student at Rollins College with a passion for all things combat sports. Mixed martial arts isn't just entertainment; it's an art form.

Siri Karri

Senior Writer, Editor

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A fight is like wood carving; multifaceted, beautiful and it'll leave you hurting if you get thrown into one. I have puns like perforated edges: tear-able.

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