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Undisputed Presents: All Facts No Brakes with Keyshawn Johnson

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ALL FACTS NO BRAKES, featuring the charismatic and outspoken Keyshawn Johnson, delivers an unfiltered and engaging perspective on the latest in sports, entertainment and culture. Johnson, the former NFL star and current host on hit FS1 daily studio show, UNDISPUTED, takes fans on a thrilling ride through the world of sports and beyond.

35 Episodes
Super Bowl Champion, 4x Pro Bowler, and Patriots Hall of Famer Drew Bledsoe joins Keyshawn on "All Facts No Brakes." To start the show, Drew talks about writing his own jokes for "The Roast of Tom Brady" and reveals which athlete he wants to see roasted next. Drew also talks about growing up in Washington, playing at Washington State University, and being drafted No. 1 by New England. He dives into his career with the Patriots, playing for Bill Parcells, and the Mo Lewis hit that knocked him out. Drew talks about Tom Brady, his NFL legacy, Drake Maye's future, and shares his thoughts on the Falcons drafting Michael Penix Jr. Afterwards, Keyshawn and Drew reflect on being teammates on the 2005 Cowboys and their heated sideline exchange during an Eagles game. Drew also reveals which NFL players today would be in the game 'Backyard Football,' and recalls the time he was accidentally roped into Terry Rozier and Eric Bledsoe's beef during the 2018 NBA playoffs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
2x World Champion, 3x All Star, and Braves Hall of Famer David Justice joins Keyshawn on “All Facts No Brakes.” To start things off, David talks about growing up in Cincinnati and how he got into playing baseball after excelling in basketball first. He recalls what it’s like for young Black players coming up, his career with the Atlanta Braves, and being teammates with Deion Sanders when he played an NFL & MLB game in the same day. David also talks about the inaccuracies in ‘Moneyball,’ the Oakland Athletics moving to Sacramento, and the decline of Black players in MLB. The guys wrap up debating whether Barry Bonds belong in the Hall of Fame, and if the MLB should switch to robot umpires. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Joining us on “All Facts No Brakes” is 3x NBA Champion, former Coach of the Year and Lakers legend, Byron Scott! To start the show, Byron talks about growing up Inglewood, CA and being traded to his hometown team shortly after the Draft. He describes what it was like to play for the Showtime Lakers alongside Magic Johnson,Kareem Abdul Jabar, James Worthy and says the ’87-’88 team was the greatest team of all time. Byron also talks about his coaching career and what it was like to guide Kobe Bryant during his rookie year and coach him 18 years later. Keyshawn and Byron also talk about what’s next for the Knicks, Anthony Edwards, the next Lakers head coach, plus LeBron’s future in LA and what that means for Bronny. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Award-winning journalist & Keyshawn's former radio co-host, LZ Granderson joins the show! To start things off, LZ reflects on his 17-year career at ESPN, being an openly gay sports journalist, and his favorite memories working with Keyshawn. They also react to Kansas City Chiefs' Harrison Butker’s comments toward women and Pride Month during his recent commencement ceremony. Afterwards, Keyshawn & LZ debate who is the GOAT of the NBA, and discuss the latest stories in sports including Bronny's performance at the NBA Draft Combine, Caitlin Clark's WNBA debut, Austin Rivers' NBA vs NFL debate, and QB Power Rankings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Former LSU quarterback, reigning Heisman trophy winner and the No. 2 overall pick for the Washington Commanders, Jayden Daniels joins the show! To start things off, Jayden talks about growing up in San Bernardino and playing football at Cajon High School as a 5’10, 137 lb freshman. He talks about being recruited by current Raiders head coach Antonio Pierce, and what it will be like to play against him in the NFL. Jayden goes into transferring from ASU to LSU and gives his thoughts on his former teammates' viral locker room video. Afterwards, Keyshawn and Jayden dive into the pre-Draft process, visiting the Commanders, and share the weirdest questions they’ve been asked at the Combine. Jayden talks about Kliff Kingsbury’s “air raid offense, starting week 1, NFC east rivalries, CJ Stroud’s success, and names which wide receiver he is most looking forward to passing to. The guys wrap up the show talking about Malik Nabers and their Rookie of the Year bet, and who won the Kendrick vs. Drake beef. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Legendary Bengals wide receiver TJ Houshmandzadeh joins the show to talk about playing with Chad Johnson, Tee Higgins' contract, and his expectations for Joe Burrow. He also talks the winners & losers of the NFL Draft, and training with Rome Odunze who he says is the best rookie WR. TJ also shares his first impressions of Caleb Williams and makes his predictions for the Bears in the upcoming season. The guys also talk about the latest comments made by Shedeur & Deion Sanders, Roger Goodell's 18-game schedule proposal, and wrap up the show sharing stalker stories. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Longtime NBA analyst Ric Bucher joins Keyshawn to discuss the NBA Playoffs and the current state of the Lakers after being eliminated by the Nuggets for the second straight season. What’s LeBron James’ future in LA, and will the team draft Bronny? The guys also talk about the Thunder dominating the Pelicans, Porzingis’ injury and how it impacts the Celtics, and the Timberwolves sweeping the Suns. Is Devin Booker, Kevin Durant & Bradley Beal the worst NBA ‘Big 3’ ever? Afterwards, Ric & Key share their thoughts on who is the next face of the NBA, Joel Embiid’s comments about Sixers fans, and answer the question, “Is Jalen Brunson the King of New York?” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Keyshawn Johnson is joined by his son Keyshawn Jr. to talk about his unforgettable 1996 Draft Day suit and his celebrity-filled Draft Day party with Tupac, Deion Sanders, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, M.C. Hammer, and more. They also talk about the latest trending sports stories like Reggie Bush getting his Heisman trophy back, Jerry Jones being 'all-in,' Caitlin Clark’s shoe deal with Nike, Brandon Aiyuk’s future, and the Lions’ extensions for Amon-Ra St. Brown and Penei Sewell. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Former Washington head coach Ron Rivera joins the show to preview the 2024 NFL Draft and the top QB prospects. He discusses Caleb Williams’ future in Chicago, the Commanders’ No. 2 pick, Jayden Daniels’ interest in the Raiders, & J.J. McCarthy’s ceiling. Coach also talks about his biggest Draft miss, Cam Newton being charged $1M for a jersey number, Bill Belichick’s Draft intel, and Tom Brady’s potential return to the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Legendary pass rusher Dwight Freeney joins the show to talk about being a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2024, Reggie Wayne being snubbed for the 5th consecutive year, and his first 11 years of his 16-year career with the Colts. He also talks about how And1 Mixtapes influenced his signature spin move, his first tackle on Tom Brady, playing golf with Michael Jordan, and creates the best all-time NFL defense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Keyshawn Johnson is joined by his son Keyshawn Jr. on the All Facts No Brakes podcast to talk about all of the latest sports news. To start off the show, Keyshawn reacts to OJ Simpson’s death. He also ranks the top quarterbacks in the 2024 NFL Draft, answers whether or not the Cowboys should draft a QB, and responds to the notion that Caleb Williams never faced adversity. Keyshawn also gives his thoughts on Jim Harbaugh changing up the Chargers’ locker room, Diana Taurasi’s comments on Caitlin Clark, and recalls the time he did a commercial with Kobe Bryant and Stuart Scott. Keyshawn wraps up the show answering fan questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Two-time Super Bowl champion Logan Ryan joins the show to talk about his retirement from the NFL after 11 seasons. The longtime defensive back talks about growing up in New Jersey, playing for Rutgers and later Bill Belichick, and being teammates with Tom Brady. Logan famously intercepted Brady’s last throw as a Patriot, and he tells the story of how he asked him to autograph the ball. He then talks about signing with the 49ers, Brock Purdy, and reveals which 49ers receiver is the hardest to defend. He also gives his take on why Malcolm Butler was benched in Super Bowl LII. Afterwards, Logan and Keyshawn discuss the latest news in sports like Micah Parsons’ drama with the Cowboys, Bronny James, and Caitlin Clark’s GOAT status. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
WNBA Champion and LA Sparks guard Lexie Brown joins Keyshawn in studio to talk about her recent 2-year contract extension and her goals going into her seventh year in the league. Lexie reflects on her basketball journey to get to this point, and talks about the influence her father, former NBA player Dee Brown had on her life. She also talks about Angel Reese declaring for the draft, March Madness, and answers the question, “Is Paige Bueckers better than Caitlin Clark?” Lexie shares her thoughts on Ice Cube’s $5 million BIG3 offer, Bronny James transfer portal rumors, and reacts to Michael Porter Jr.’s comments about the WNBA. We wrap up the show having Lexie “build” the ultimate WNBA player. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
15-year NFL veteran punter Thomas Morstead stops by to talk about his new contract with New York Jets, Aaron Rodgers, and being the highest-earning punter in league history. He also reflects on his legendary Super Bowl onside kick for the Saints in 2009, and gives his thoughts on the new NFL kickoff rules. Thomas also reveals his Mount Rushmore of Special Teams Players, shares his thoughts on MetLife Stadium's turf injuries, and gives advice to Rashee Rice who is believed to be involved in a car crash in Dallas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The GOAT of NFL wide receivers, Jerry Rice joins the show to talk about life growing up and how he ended up playing at Mississippi Valley State. He talks about his career with the 49ers and Keyshawn asks him if he rather play with Joe Montana or Steve Young. The guys also talk about the NFL today and how it differs from when they played, Brenden Rice’s NFL draft journey, and Jerry reveals whether or not he would let him wear No. 80 for the 49ers. Afterwards, Jerry responds to Julian Edelman’s story about taking his daughter to prom and trying on his Super Bowl rings. Jerry also reacts to Deion Sanders “pulling an Eli” with Shadeur and Travis Hunter, plays “Name That Receiver”, and shares the story behind his 49ers helmet chain. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
NBA Champion, Finals MVP, 10x All-Star, 4x All-NBA player, and Hall of Famer Paul Pierce joins the show. Paul starts off talking about growing up in Inglewood, California and debates with Keyshawn where South Central Los Angeles is located. They talk about the ’95 McDonald’s All-American Game legendary roster, why Paul chose Kansas over UCLA, his career with the Celtics and how the 2000 stabbing incident changed him. Paul and Keyshawn also dive into the current NBA season and discuss whether or not the Celtics will breakthrough, Lakers vs. Warriors, and Steph’s Curry legacy if he wins a fifth ring. Afterwards, Paul explains why he is more clutch than LeBron, says the Miami Heat Big 3 underachieved, and names the Top 5 NBA trash talkers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Brenden Rice, USC wide receiver and son of Jerry Rice, joins the show ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft. Brenden talks the Rice family legacy, stepping out of his dad’s shadow and why nobody will out-compete him as he’s preparing to enter the league. Plus: Brenden discusses his college QB Caleb Williams’ next move and what he was like as a teammate at USC. And more: Keyshawn and Brenden give their Mt. Rushmore of USC wideouts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
2x Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champion Vernon Davis joins Keyshawn to talk about his career with the 49ers and recalls Mike Singletary's legendary "I Want Winners" postgame rant and how that changed his mindset as a player. He talks about being coached by Jim Harbaugh and the culture he built in San Francisco, shares his Tight End Mount Rushmore, reacts to the current NFL free agency frenzy including former teammate Kirk Cousins signing with the Falcons, and ranks his favorite football movies. He also talks about starring alongside Morgan Freeman, and looks back on his infamous "Sweet Potato Yams" meme. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
8x Pro Bowl cornerback and one of the most decorated athletes in LSU history Patrick Peterson joins Keyshawn to talk about his surprising release from the Steelers after one season with the organization. He explains why he wants to go back to Pittsburgh, what it was like to play for Mike Tomlin, and mentoring Joey Porter Jr. Patrick. He also talks about defending Calvin Johnson aka “Megatron”, the history behind wearing No. 7 at LSU, and whether or not Colorado’s Travis Hunter can be a 2-way player in the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
NBA shooting coach Chris Matthews AKA “Lethal Shooter” joins Keyshawn on All Facts No Brakes and starts things off talking about his beginnings and what it was like to grow up in the DMV, being teammates with Kevin Durant, playing overseas, and how he got his start training. Lethal Shooter shares tips to becoming a great shooter, talks about the NBA players & celebrities he’s trained like Anthony Davis, Dwight Howard, Domantas Sabonis, Drake, Rick Ross, Chris Brown & more. He shows off his new Jordan shoe collab with Luka Doncic, reveals his Top 5 “Lethal Shooters” in NBA history, and wraps up the show playing "Name That Jump Shot". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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