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Kenny FlorianMMA’s Great Debate Radio is back for Thursday’s show with UFC commentator Kenny Florian, Gegard Mousasi, and the best debate in the sport with all new topics talking Miesha Tate, Chuck Liddell vs. Anderson Silva, and much more.

Today’s debate topics include:

• With Cat Zingano injured, the UFC puts in Miesha Tate to fill her role as coach on TUF 18 opposite Ronda Rousey; good move or bad move?

• Chuck Liddell says in his day he would have beaten Anderson Silva; crazy or crazy like a fox?

Jon Jones contemplating early comeback for a summer fight. Should Jones rush back in after the toe injury or sit and and wait for everything to heal completely?

• Paul Daley upset at Bellator about denying fights. Does he have a point or did he make his own bed in this situation?

This is MMA’s Great Debate Radio for Thursday, May 30, 2013.

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