WEC fighter Joseph BenavidezMMAWeekly Radio returns for Tuesday’s edition of the big show with UFC 152 co-headliner Joseph Benavidez as well as all new debate topics.

Joseph Benavidez will fight Demetrious Johnson at UFC 152 for the first ever UFC flyweight championship, and today he’ll talk about the match-up as well as a ton of other topics.

The debate heats up on today’s show as well with the following topics being covered:

- Jon Jones tweets out he’s not fighting at UFC 151 because of ‘the old man and his knee’ and also says he’s not fighting to be loved. Does Jones have a point in both messages?
- Jose Aldo suffers minor injuries in a motorcycle crash but will fight at UFC 153. Should the UFC have provisions in contracts to avoid these types of situations?
- Rate your interest level in the heavyweight bout between Daniel Cormier and Frank Mir?
- ONE FC has gone back to the PRIDE style rules for soccer kicks after controversial endings at their last show. Good move or bad move?

This is MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday, Sept 4

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