June 14, 2010 07:41am
Kimora Klein, Chad Diamond Last Call
Source: Sports Swami
by: Company Press Release
This week the Sports Swami is bring in some new stars of the future in adult entertainment and Mixed Martial Arts. And with guest co-hosts Sadie West and Charity McLain, its two hours of a jam packed Last Call only on www.cyberstationusa.com.
This week's guests include:
-Strikeforce Lightweight prospect Roger Bowling makes his debut on the show fresh after wining his debut on Strikeforce Challengers 8 over Bobby Voelker in Portland, Oregon. The undefeated (8-0) fighter opens up about his decision to fight for Strikeforce, a recap of his debut on Showtime, his training camp, and his goals for Strikeforce.
-UFC Welterweight Ben Saunders (www.UFC.com) joins the show as he prepares for his fight with Dennis Hallman at UFC 117 in Oakland on August 7th. A member of one of the top MMA Gym's in the world in America Top Team, Ben joins the show to talk about his past UFC fights, his training regiment, what he expects from Dennis Hallman, fighting in the debut of Oakland, California, and why he fights and goes through grueling training.
-Male Performer Chad Diamond joins the show fresh off his star turn on ''This Ain't Glee XXX'' by Hustler. Considering by some of the top female performers as one of the rising young male talents in the biz, Chad is on quite a roll right now. And in an in-depth interview, he opens up about getting his foot in the door, the difficulty of being male talent, working in the industry and how the economy has affected him.
-Plus Adult newcomer Kimora Klein (www.kimoraklein.com) joins the show to chat about getting back into the industry with plans of a big breakout in 2010. The half Asian/half African American starlet from Miami, chats about why she took a break from the industry, why she got into the adult industry, promoting her website, and her title as the Deep Throat Princess.
Its two hours jam packed controversy on Last Call on www.cyberstationusa.com. Friday June 18th from 9 to 11 p.m. Eastern time/ 6 to 8 p.m. Pacific time.