Vince and Annie are joined by UFC contender Francis Ngannou to talk about the UFC restarting. They also discuss his childhood in Cameroon, moving to France to become a fighter, and being homeless for most of his early career. Then they discuss Ngannou’s booming career in the States, and the demand for social and institutional change in the U.S. after the killing of George Floyd.
Francis Ngannou on Growing Up in Cameroon, Coming to UFC Late in Life, and the Desire for Change
The UFC contender talks about his childhood in Cameroon, moving to France to become a fighter, and being homeless for most of his early career
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Surviving in ‘The Last of Us’ Universe, Reading Recommendations, ‘Doctor Who’ Prep, and More Mailbag!
Mallory and Joanna talk popular HBO shows and compile a sizeable list of book recommendations for any and all interested parties—give them a look!
Plus, writer-director Brandon Cronenberg joins to discuss his new film ‘Infinity Pool’
Bryan and Nora unpack some NFL playoff media topics, Jason Gay joins to discuss how Billy Packer’s career transformed college basketball, and more
As always, Rachel and Callie are here to dish out and comment on any Bravo news of the week