May 01, 2012 06:47pm
Last Call 5/4
Source: Sport Swami
by: Company Press Release
As the Cotto-Mayweather/UFC on Fox 4 weekend rolls around, the Sport Swami is gearing up for a very busy show. And with new co-host Camille Morgan and Angelina Valentine in the fold to add some color to the show, it’s a can’t miss show of Last Call on www.cyberstationusa.com.
This week's guests include:
-Penthouse Pet of the May Month Angela Sommers (www.twitter.com/realangsommers) sits down with Angelina and the Swami as she is still on cloud nine after being names Penthouse Pet of the Month. This curvaceous blonde sits down to talk about being discovered by Penthouse, building her website, her decision to work with women only, why she got into the adult industry, and plans for future Penthouse projects.
-Undefeated Light Heavyweight prospect Badou Jack stops by to chat about his Sho Box debut next Friday from Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas. "The Ripper" opens up about his decision to move over to the United States for his boxing career, the decision to sign with DiBella Entertainment,the pressure of being the Main Eventer, what he needs to do to win and win impressively.
-Undefeated Featherweight contender Rances Barthelemy takes time off of training camp to reflect on his big upcoming Sho Box fight next Friday. The Cuban defector talks about his big win over Hylon Williams Jr on ESPN2, his thoughts on Aalan Martinez his next opponent, coming from a boxing family, the difficulties of leaving Cuba, and thoughts on becoming a world champion in 2013.
-Strikeforce Lightweight Contender Isaac Vallie-Flagg joins the show as he prepares for his May 19 bout with JZ Cavalcante in San Jose, California on Showtime. This Greg Jackson MMA member sits down to talk about his nine fight unbeaten streak, training at Jackson MMA, growing up as an aggressive kid, his thoughts on Jz Superstar, and plans for a title shot down the line.
All of this plus much more only on Last Call on www.cyberstationusa.com. Friday, October May 4 from 11 to 1 a.m. Eastern time/8 to 10 p.m. Pacific time.