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We Got Next, Episode 2: Jasmine Jasudavicius, Mike Breeden, and Mo Miller

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Dana White’s Contender Series - Jasudavicius v Polastri Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC

On the second episode of We Got Next, MMA Fighting’s Mike Heck speaks with Jasmine Jasudavicius (3:03) to discuss her UFC contract earning win over Julia Polastri on Dana White’s Contender Series earlier this month, if it feels real to be an official UFC fighter, if there were other chances for her to fight on DWCS, how she was feeling when the judges’ scorecards were being read and waiting on Dana White’s decision, sticking around in Las Vegas for a few weeks in case a spot opens up to make her debut, Georges St-Pierre’s influence on her goals, and more.

Bantamweight prospect Mo Miller (22:08) talks his dominant unanimous decision win over previously undefeated fighter Brandon Lewis on the same Contender Series card and becoming the first winner of the season to not be awarded a contract, how he graded his performance overall, some health issues he was dealing with the day of the fight, believing he is still the best in the world despite getting passed over, if he would take another DWCS fight this season, and his message to everybody since the bout.

Finally, lightweight Mike Breeden (39:38) joins the program to preview his short notice octagon debut against Alexander Hernandez this Saturday at UFC Vegas 38, why getting the call on the day he received it made it even more special, what he took away from his DWCS loss to Anthony Romero and if he was surprised that he got to the UFC before his opponent did, how many times he was offered short notice fights prior to accepting this one, his thoughts on Hernandez as an opponent, and why he feels he will go into the APEX and pull off the upset on Saturday.

Listen to the latest episode of the We Got Next podcast below, on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.