Sexton, Cooper, Bloss and more will talk pro motocross on PulpMX tonight

First real break from the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship after the Washougal National and tonight on the PulpMX Show, presented by Motosport.comFly Racing and DeCal Works host Steve Matthes will host Cade Clason and “Vital Jamie” Guida in the studio to talk about Cade’s day at Washougal MX Park, watch the series in general, and more.

Honda’s Chase Sexton did it, in what he told us was his biggest national victory ever, Sexton won the overall at Washougal with a pair of great runs going 2-1. He snapped Tomac’s eight-game moto win streak and held the points deficit to five. He’ll call to talk about the day in Washington and more.

Justin Cooper took his first moto win of the year at Washougal and also made it to the podium. We’ll have Justin for the first time this year to talk about his return to the top step, his outdoor season, his plans for 2023, and more.

Hey, look at Benny Bloss! Two bikes in the top ten and he’s had real success lately in the 450MX class. We’ll talk to Bloss about his newfound coherency, his thoughts on being a privateer on the team, working with Jericho again, and more.

A question for the show? Tweeter @pulpmxshow and our guys Tits or Tallon will do their best to get a response on the Motosport.com Tweet to the Tits segment.

We will also be doing the Race Tech Rant and our hosts will be under fire with the Tear Off segment of EKS brand goggles.

You can also watch an hour-long version of the show on Network Television. PulpMX airs Tuesdays at 7 p.m. ET and again at midnight ET on the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

What you’ll want to do is log in to Pulpmxshow.com at 5:00 PM PST/8:00 PM EST and we will be live streaming and hosting a chat room. As usual, you can call anytime during the show to speak to the guest or hosts at 702-586-PULP (7857).

You can listen live on your smartphone with the Tune In app by searching for Pulpmx Show and listen live on the Pulpmx app as well.

You can listen to the show the next day on Stitcher.com as well as the Pulpmx application on your smartphone or iTunes to download. It will also be available the next day on Pulpmxshow.com.

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Wiley C. Thompson