Alexis Ford, Bree Olson, Alexis Stone, & UFC’s Gerald Harris & Matt Mitrione on LAST CALL 8/27 @ Cyberstationusa.com
With the Gentleman’s Club Expo wrapping up, and with UFC 118 in Boston only a day away, the Sport Swami is bringing in a major star studded line up. With special co-host BREE OLSON leading the way its mayhem with a method only on this week’s LAST CALL on www.cyberstationusa.com. This week’s guests include;
-UFC Middleweight star GERALD HARRIS (www.geraldhurricaneharris.com) joins the show as he is still hoping to appear on the UFC 118 card despite having his fight moved. The Oklahoma sensation chats about his 10 fight win streak, his past wins over Dave Branch and Mario Miranda, growing up with a large family, training at Grudge Training Center, and the challenges of being a UFC fighter and how he avoids getting a big head.
-UFC Heavyweight prospect MATT MITRIONE (www.mattmitrione.com) joins the show as he and Bree are excited about the first ever UFC card in Indianapolis. The former NFL and Purdue standout in football chats about his experience on TUF 10, fighting Kimbo Slice, his injury history in football and how it affected his daily life, being an “ass$%#!” to many UFC fans, a breakdown of Joey Beltran, and how training affects family life.
-ADAM & EVE Contract starlet ALEXIS FORD returns to the show as her newest movie “Alexis meets Alexis” is out in stores right now. The beautiful New York native chats about working with Alexis Texas, her resigning with Adam & Eve, how she juggles her personal life with her professional life, and what her plans are for the near year and beyond.
-Plus MOFO Gal ALEXIA STONE makes her radio debut on the show as she is already to make her mark in the business. The sultry tattooed vixen talks about working with men and women, the experience of dancing in Sacramento, being a free spirit at heart, and what lies in her future in the industry.
Don’t miss a mega-event episode of LAST CALL on www.cyberstationusa.com. Friday August 27th from 9 to 11 p.m. Eastern time/ 6 to 8 p.m. Pacific time.