Bishop Chronicles Episode 6: Ronda Rousey Potential Weakness, Interview w/ Rener Gracie and Rapper Rakaa Iriscience of Dilated Peoples

This is the weekend we have a lot of fun looking at some things we love. Hip-Hop and MMA!!! First Adisa breaks down his trip to Cambridge to speak at Harvard. He speaks especially about how Bay Area people are not built for East coast weather.

Then we move on to talk about the Ronda Rousey Liz Carmouche fight. It was magnificent, but, some say Rousey had a key weakness exposed. Do you agree?

Liz Carmouche on Ronda's back at UFC. 

Liz Carmouche on Ronda's back at UFC. 

From there, we talk about something I think we sprouting up all over America in the next decade or so: The rise of cults. Cult behavior is popping up in all kinds of odd places and the idea here is really about protecting your own mind and faith in your OWN ability to solve issues. 

Finally we talk with the one any only Rener Gracie and Rakaa Iriscience from Dilated Peoples about the differences between MMA and Gracie Jiu JiuJitsu. While many think they are the same, they are worlds apart. Rakka makes some great insights showing the connections between what Gracie Jiu Jitsu is and what the MMA industry market to the masses, have a striking correlation to what Hip-Hop is and what the Rap industry market to the masses. Come learn a bit more about the sport you love.

Alan "Gumby" Marques, Mike Relm, Adisa Banjoko, Rakaa Iriscience, Rener Gracie and Henry Akins at Area 51 (thats G-14 classified). 

Alan "Gumby" Marques, Mike Relm, Adisa Banjoko, Rakaa Iriscience, Rener Gracie and Henry Akins at Area 51 (thats G-14 classified). 

Adisa Banjoko freezing his ass off after his Harvard lecture, with two White guys ( video mastermind JP Garzone and author Brian Coleman) totally comfortable in the arctic weather of Boston. Look at his face. This is a Black man clearly built for the west coast. 

Adisa Banjoko freezing his ass off after his Harvard lecture, with two White guys ( video mastermind JP Garzone and author Brian Coleman) totally comfortable in the arctic weather of Boston. Look at his face. This is a Black man clearly built for the west coast.