Sean O’Connell is a UFC Veteran and longtime sports broadcasting professional best known for his wild, bloody fights and cheeky weigh-in antics. “OC” has spent 10 years behind the microphone covering sports for various stations both in his home market of Salt Lake City, Utah and the San Francisco Bay Area. The wannabe Renaissance man also considers himself an avid world traveler, foodie, dinosaur enthusiast, and wordsmith; having written and published his first novel with more on the way.  OC will undoubtedly try to impress everybody by using big words on the Brawlers and Ballers Podcast.  Don’t be fooled.


Deron Williams is best known for his long and successful career as a successful pro basketball player.  An elite competitor from a very young age, Deron started playing hoops for the University of Illinois before being selected #3 overall by the Utah Jazz in the 2005 NBA draft.  Over the course of his career he has been named NBA All-Star multiple times, decorated as an All-NBA selection, and represented team USA as an Olympic Gold Medalist- twice!  In addition to his basketball prowess Deron is avid fight fan, gym owner (BandB sponsoring partner Fortis MMA) proud father and family man.  Count on his encyclopedic knowledge of MMA and internal fight archive to impress and annoy both his co-hoss and Ballers and Brawlers listeners each week.


Johnny Riche was born and raised in the great state of Utah where he gained notoriety for many things which shall not be mentioned here…  As a rising MMA fighter he amassed a 17-3 professional record before transitioning into a less violent role as television commentator.  His TV chops led to work as a professional stunt man and appearances on notable shows such as Nitro Circus, Thrillbillies, Man VS Youtube, Ultimate Combat Experience, Showdown Fights and many more.  Johnny expanded his portfolio over 15+ years, started his own production company, and serving as an executive for (proud BandB sponsoring partner) Rockwell Watches.  Proud Irishman, family man, and general good time, Johnny Riche is unmistakable for his huge personality.  You’ll hear his gravelly voice on Ballers and Brawlers spitting ludicrous hot takes each week.