October 31, 2012 12:14pm
Last Call 11/2
Source: Sport Swami
by: Company Press Release
Despite Hurricane Sandy’s best efforts, the Swami and crew are still up and kicking with some big interesting guests in the fold this week. Armed with co-host Gaia, it’s wild and controversial two hours of Last Call on www.cyberstationusa.com.
This week's guests include:
-Sexy and sultry porn star Scarlett Star (www.twitter.com/Scarlettstarxxx) makes her radio debut on the show with the Swami as she talks careers, sex and love. The California based newcomer sits down with the Swami to talk about her love of sex, what made her get into the industry, juggling family with her career, and her plans for the future.
-WBC Lightweight boxer Antonio Demarco (www.twitter.com/De_Marco07) stops by the show to talk trade with the Swami on the heels of his HBO Main Event fight with Adrien Broner on November 17 in Atlantic City. The Tijuana native opens up about fighting Broner on HBO, how their styles match up, recapping his fight with Jorge Linares, and how his promoter, Gary Shaw, plans to protect him from any weight issues during the weigh in.
-WSOF President Ray Sefo (www.mmawsof.com) sits down with Gaia and the Swami to talk about the televised debut of World Series of Fighting on November 3 in Planet Hollywood Casino in Las Vegas. The legendary K-1 star sits down to discuss the reason behind starting up the WSOF, how he chose the people whom are part of the company, the excitement of being the first ever NBC Sports MMA Card, and his plans for getting back into high level Kickboxing bouts.
-Flyweight boxer Sharon Gaines stops by the show to dish with Gaia & the Swami about her lengthy career in and out of the squared circle. The Las Vegas trainer gives insight into the women’s boxing scene, her toughest opponents, what made her get into boxing, insight on how contracts and fights are made, and what she still wants to fight after all these years.
All of this plus much more only on Last Call on www.cyberstationusa.com. Friday, November 2 from 11 to 1 a.m. Eastern time/8 to 10 p.m. Pacific time.