Quinn calls Carson with a NEW update…from JAIL!
Regular listeners of our show will know that we hold Dan Quinn, “The Saint of Stevia,” in high regard. Most of you will also already know that Dan is currently detained and awaiting trial for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, a charge he plans to fight in court with the help of pro MMA fighters, “The Secret Man” Frank Dux and a “who’s who” of expert witnesses.
But how is Dan doing in jail? Are rumors of his mistreatment at the hands of law enforcement agents and prison officials accurate? How is he coping with life on the inside around characters almost as dangerous with shanks and gang attacks as Dan is with his hands? Has he stayed clear of trouble or met it head on in his enlightening and inimitable style?
Dan has been attempting to call in from the jailhouse before now with mixed success, but together he and Bob have mastered the art of bringing his words to his fans despite the difficult circumstances. Dan appears to be untamed by the legal system and delivers more than ten minutes of his classic best! If you’ve followed the incredible saga of Dan Quinn or want to catch up now with what’s going on, make sure you click the link and listen in.
Of course, NAGA competitor and Hall-of-Fame radio host Bob Carson has his own take on the world of MMA at large, and after talking to Dan he takes the time to let YOU run the show with discussion topics selected from the most recent batch of listener e-mails.
Whether it’s the ridiculous Kimbo Slice/Roy Jones Jr. hypothetical boxing match apparently in negotiations to become real, Sean Sherk’s disappearance and previous claims he could take on Floyd Mayweather, picking the Superbowl or the Skip Hall scandal, Bob always gets to the heart of the matter and brings you the informative and entertaining inside track.
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If you missed Bob’s discussion with Stephan Bonnar about his late notice fill-in fight against the seemingly unstoppable Anderson Silva, his feud with Josh Koscheck, going from “Robocop” to “The American Psycho,” a possible TUF retirement season featuring original winner(s) Forrest Griffin and himself, check it out by clicking here.
Correction: a recent mailout stated that Eugenio Tadeau was the fighter stabbed through the cage during the doomed “Pentagon Combat” event. In fact, as reader John pointed out, Renzo Gracie was the victim of the attempted knife attack and the interference from outside. Our apologies for the error and thanks to John for catching it!