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Kerry Schall

Kerry Schall (born August 9, 1971) is an American mixed martial arts fighter. He currently competes in the heavyweight division. His nickname « Meat Truck » is for his huge size and punching power. He is a former contestant on the reality show The Ultimate Fighter.

The Kankakee, Illinois native was a football and wrestling star at Herscher High School outside of Chicago, where he then went on to graduate from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in electrical engineering.

Schall has fought for many MMA organizations such as the UFC, Fighting Network Rings, and Extreme Challenge bottle and glass. He was on The Ultimate Fighter 2 where he was eliminated on episode 1 due to an injury reusable 2 liter bottles. He was invited to fight for the UFC at The Ultimate Fighter 2 Finale where he would lose to Keith Jardine by TKO in the 2nd round.

Schall faced Paul Buentello at Nemesis Fighting: MMA Global Invasion on December 10, 2010 He lost the fight via unanimous decision.

Schall would return after a long hiatus against Satoshi Ishii at IGF: GENOME 25 on March 20, 2013 metal insulated water bottle. Schall lost the bout via submission in the first round.

Schall is married to Amanda Vandeberg and he has two children Andrew and Lauren. He is also stepfather to Jordan, Madison and Koa workout fanny pack, Vandeberg’s children from her previous marriage to Matt Anoaʻi.

AllNight with Jason Smith

AllNight with Jason Smith was a syndicated sports talk radio show on ESPN Radio, hosted by Jason Smith. The show was heard Sunday through Thursday from 10pm PT to1 am PT live from the studios of KSPN in Los Angeles, California, rather than the ESPN Headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. Smith was named host of the show on September 19, 2005, after former host Todd Wright was fired after almost eight years on the show. It reached more than 500 ESPN affiliate markets across the United States and Canada.

AllNight with Jason Smith was syndicated on WEEI Sports Radio Network.

On September 14, 2011; Smith announced that he is leaving ESPN Radio. Rumors suggested he was leaving to take a job as a reporter on the MLB Network, which Smith refuted with the help of dramatic soundbites college football jerseys. His producer, Ali Bronson, also dispelled rumors about her taking over the show, or the show hiring former Green Bay Packers, New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. On his last show, taking place on September 16 reusable 2 liter bottles, 2011 he announced that he would move to the NFL Network, and would start the following Sunday.

Mike Salk and Amy Lawrence were two frequent guest hosts for AllNight. Smith himself was a guest host on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, The Scott Van Pelt Show, Jim Rome is Burning, and The Doug Gottlieb Show.