MMAjunkie.com Radio (noon ET): UFC 160's Gray Maynard, UFC's Jamie Varner
MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes to the show Gray Maynard and Jamie Varner.
Maynard is in camp for a lightweight fight against T.J. Grant next month at UFC 160 in Las Vegas. He’s coming off a win over Clay Guida this past June – and also knee surgery late in 2012. Varner is 2-1 since his return to the UFC and is coming off a win at UFC 155 against Melvin Guillard. But Saturday, he’ll compete in the Spartan Race in Las Vegas. The boys also will have a pair of pay-per-views for tonight’s Invicta FC 5 card to give away.
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