UFC commentator John Gooden was impressed with a lot of the performances that took place at UFC 260, including the return of “The Suga Show.”

O’Malley was able to get back in the win column with a third-round KO of Thomas Almeida on the main card of this past month’s second PPV event after losing his first pro fight to Marlon Vera in August.

In an exclusive interview, Gooden joined MMA Fighting’s Mike Heck to recap Francis Ngannou’s second-round KO win over Stipe Miocic to become the heavyweight champion in the main event of UFC 260, talks a potential matchup between Ngannou and former light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, O’Malley’s “phenomenal” showing against Almeida, Vicente Luque’s submission win over Tyron Woodley and subsequent callout of Nate Diaz, creating the Jon JonesV potentially being the first challenger for Ngannou and what sticks out, , and his Keeping the Lights On fundraiser to help out gyms in the U.K. that have experienced hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.

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