Tecia Torres has a lot on her plate in 2013.
Besides her first ever K-1 rules kickboxing match this coming weekend, she is set to face Rose Namajunas in a battle of the undefeated at InvictaFC 6 this July.
We will talk to Torres about both fights, her...more
Coming off her first pro win, Jordan Gaza is one of the next generation of fighters training strictly MMA. The 20 year old is looking for a winning record as she will take on Amber Stautzenberger at DakotaFC April 20.
We will talked about “The Ninj...more
See ya, 2012. What up, 2013?! In this edition of the Women Talk Sports podcast, Cara and I give you a run down of the top happenings of women’s sports in 2012. The list includes many highs and some lows. If you haven’t had the time to keep u...more
News broke yesterday that three-time Olympic mid-distance runner Suzy Favor Hamilton had been living a secret life as an escort for the past year. Favor Hamilton, 44, used the alias, “Kelly Lundy,” to secure “dates” while working f...more
6-1 as an amateur fighter, Amanda Bell is looking to make a quick impact in the featherweight division as she takes on Tamikka Brents at InvictaFC 4 Jan. 5.
We talked to Bell about her preparing for her pro debut, and entering into an ever growing 145 ...more
Touting a 3-1 record, Maryland based fighter Cassie Crisano is looking to make it win #4 as she takes on Shanie Rusth at Spartan Promotions in Virginia.
We will be talking to Crisano about training in the mid-atlantic region and her aspirations going int...more
After gettining KO’ed in her first ever MMA fight, Bec Hyatt has come back to win three straight and is suddenly becoming a hot prospect in the Australian MMA scene.
We talked to Hyatt about her upcoming fight and her desire to make it on t...more
Welcome back for the September issue of the Women Talk Sports podcast. This time around we have several thrilling stories for you. First, we talk about who is going to take Pia Sundhage's place as the coach of the U.S. Women's National soccer team....more
We are back with the Women Talk Running podcast. This month we discuss the upcoming Chicago marathon. Who is going to be there? Who is going to win? We answer ALL of these quesitons! We move on to talk about Amy Hastings departure from the Mammoth Track...more
We are bringing back the "Women Talk Sports" podcast! That's right, WTS is hitting you women sport fans with a second podcast to curb your sports addiction.
Cara Hawkins and myself are broadening the topics (past running) in this podcast....more
The Women Talk Running podcast is now available! That's right, I along with my fellow WTS member and former collegiate distance runner, Cara Hawkins are giving you the best women's running news around each month!
This time, we discuss the high and low po...more
On the heels of losing her title, Miesha Tate is looking to climb back into comention as she faces veteran fighter Julie Kedzie at Strikeforce Aug. 18 in San Diego.
We’ll talk to Tate about her recovery, her opinions on the SF women’s divis...more
Ahead of the 2012 Olympics, a show today on blogtalkradio explores where we are on the media and female athletes — attention, sex appeal, image, behavior. How do we get better coverage?
JoAnn Kawell talks with Jane Schonberger, Ariel Dougherty, and...more
(L-R) Sarah Robles, Ryan Lochte, Shawn Johnson, Jordyn Wieber, Ashton Eaton and Diana Lopez attend NBC TODAY Show on May 8, 2012 in New York City.
(May 7, 2012 - Source: Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images North America)
Gymnasts Shawn Johnson and Jordyn Wieb...more
Tracy Tate, owner of Cage Candy, and Jess Philippus, MMA fighter and owner of WrslrChick, join MarQ to talk Invicta FC 1 this weekend, the G3 Women's MMA Summit in July/August, and Olympic wrestling.
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Bay area fighter Leslie Smith is ready for battle as she takes on Kaitlin Young at Invicta FC 1 on Apr. 28. The Muay Thai specailist was featured in the upcoming documentary “Fight for It”.
We talk to Smith about her career, training, an...more
Pro fighter Mollie Estes has stepped up to the plate to take on Olympic medalist Randi Miller at InvictaFC Apr. 28 in Kansas City, MO. After having a successful pro debut last year, Estes is hoping to make an impact in the growing 145 pound d...more
Invicta FC co-owner Shannon Knapp has seen it all in MMA, and she looks to revolutionize the way you think a MMA company should be.
Knapp talked on the Wombat Sports podcast about her observations and her change in perception and what will be the future ...more
Never say that Elaina Maxwell is short on words – for anything.
A few weeks out from her fight versus Ashley Sanchez at RFA MMA 2 in Kerney, Neb. on Mar. 30 (live on Sherdog.com), Maxwell talked to us on the podcast about her training trip to Tha...more
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One of the contenders for the Strikeforce Batamweight title, former champ Sarah Kaufman is taking on Alexis Davis on March 3 to earn the right to regain her title.
We talked to Kaufman about training for the big match against Davis;...more
To Read or Listen to the full Fast Life Interview with Allyson Felix discussing the 2/4 double, Olympic preparation and her track legacy click HERE
Nearly twenty-eight years ago, the brilliant flames from the Olympic Torch illuminated the southern Cali...more
Looking to gain some success in the pro MMA ranks, Bellator vet Stephanie Frausto is going to facing Ashley Cummins in the first ever NAAFS card in West Virginia.
We’ll talk to Frausto about her match, her move to Ohio, and advancing her career as ...more
DePaul is going through it like never before. Keisha Hampton's season-ending injury means five key players are now out for the Blue Demons. Coach Doug Bruno hasn't seen anything like it before.Podcast: Beth Mowins and Debbie Antonelli interview Maryland C...more
After making a successful boxing debut, Lacey Schuckman returns to the cage at Ring of Fire Dec. 17 facing Michelle Balock for their 125 pound title. The fight will air on Go Fight Live for $10.
We will talk to Schuckman about competing in two combat spo...more
Descended from British aristocracy, Danielle Curzon gave up the prop and circumstance to pursue her dream of a fighter. After some health problems, she become one of the first female referees for British MMA.
Her security company also has provided prot...more