The topics cover this past weekend’s action including UFC on FX 4 and UFC 147:
- Gray Maynard vs. Clay Guida…how did you score it and who won?
- Will this performance and strategy affect Clay Guida long term with fans and the UFC itself?
- Most impressive performance at UFC on FX 4?
- UFC 147 ends up with the highest attendance in Brazil history plus 20 million people watching at home. Does that make UFC 147 a success?
- Will Rich Franklin be a legitimate threat in the middleweight division again?
This is MMAWeekly Radio for Monday, June 25
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