The MMA Hour With 'Rampage' Jackson, Roger Gracie in Studio, 'King Mo,' Barnett

The MMA Hour returns on Thursday for a special live episode, and we're bringing out the big guns for this one. The show will air at its usual 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT time slot right here on MMAFighting.com.

* UFC light heavyweight contender Quinton "Rampage" Jackson will stop by to discuss his UFC 135 title fight against Jon Jones.

* Strikeforce light heavyweight Roger Gracie will be in studio to talk about his Sept. 10 fight against "King" Muhammed Lawal.

* "King" Mo will also be on the show to talk about the fight and his year-long absence from the sport.

* And heavyweight Josh Barnett will stop by to discuss his heavyweight grand prix fight against Sergei Kharitonov.

Plus, we'll discuss my time in Brazil and other MMA news making headlines.

And of course, we'll be taking your calls. Give us a shout at: 212-254-0193, 212-254-0237 or 212-254-0714.

*** You can also stream the show live on your iPhone or iPad by clicking here.

Watch the show live below beginning at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT. Subscribe to The MMA Hour on iTunes: audio feed here; video feed here. Download previous episodes here. Listen to the show via Stitcher here.

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