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Lansing MMA Fighter Mando Gutierrez Has No Doubts Following First Loss

Apr 12, 2021
UFC
Mando Gutierrez

Gutirrez looks to bounce back from loss, plus training and bouts hampered by pandemic.

Local MMA Fighter Armando “El Toro” Gutierrez Looks To Reach The Sport’s Highest Levels

Jan 4, 2021
UFC
Armando Gutierrez

Gutierrez, who also works as a local barber, has found a home in Lansing and as a MMA fighter on the verge of stardom. 

Sneakers
Daniel Vaughn

It is more than fashion, as having the right Yeezys and Jordans make Michigan State students savvy shoppers and collectors of sneakers.

East Lansing Barber Mando Gutierrez Does Double Duty, Dominating The Hair And MMA Game

May 23, 2019
UFC
Mando Gutierrez

Gutierrez, an undefeated featherweight, is looking to move up in the MMA ranks through his passion and athletic background.

Like To Throw Axes? Well, There’s A Sport For That Now In Lansing

May 20, 2019
Axe Throwing
Rich Baker

The sport of axe throwing, at targets – not people – is taking off. It’s part skill, part thrill in throwing something normally considered dangerous.

Tom Izzo
Al Martin / WKAR-MSU

On today's Current Sports with Al Martin Segment of the Day Al explains the slight from the NCAA Tournament committee in regards to Michigan State men's basketball. Did the Big Ten Tournament win against Michigan even matter? Callers react as well. 


Al Martin / WKAR-MSU

Michigan State to square-off against in-state rival Michigan in Big Ten Tournament championship game on Sunday. 

MSU Basketball
Twitter / MSU Spartans

Michigan State on to the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament in Chicago as Tom Izzo picks up 600th career win. 

Tom Izzo
Al Martin | WKAR-MSU

The MSU head coach gives an update on the injury of Nick Ward and team preparations for the postseason, which starts this week with the Big Ten Tournament in Chicago. 

MSU Men's Basketball
Al Martin / WKAR-MSU

Michigan State men's basketball beats Michigan for Big Ten Title; Caller reaction; Big Ten men's basketball tournament; United Center; Chicago 


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