UFC® 131 Dos Santos vs Carwin live at Rogers Arena on June 11, 2011 in Vancouver, Canada (Photos by Donald Miralle/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images).
Join SB Nation MMA's Luke Thomas as he breaks down all of the action from UFC 131 plus talks to Strikeforce lightweight champ Gilbert Melendez and top women's Strikeforce competitor Liz Carmouche.
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Today on "MMA Nation" we'll break down all of the results from UFC 131: Carwin vs. dos Santos. We'll talk about all of the action from the under card plus:
- Whether Kenny Florian has a legitimate shot at defeating Jose Aldo.
- The upcoming Junior dos Santos vs. Cain Velasquez heavyweight fight, whether JDS should be the favorite and how Velasquez will perform after such a long layoff.
- What's next for Donald Cerrone and if the UFC should book a fight with Mac Danzig as they had originally intended.
- Sam Stout's next opponent: who should it be? Should the UFC do a better job of keeping the audience at home up to speed on the health of the fighters after serious knockouts?
- Did Mark Munoz really deserve the nod over Demian Maia?
Joining us over the phone will also be Strikeforce lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez. We'll talk to him about his teammate Nick Diaz's upcoming fight against Georges St. Pierre and whether Melendez would vacate his Strikeforce title to compete in the UFC.
We'll also talk to Liz Carmouche who is expected to take on Sarah Kaufman at Strikeforce Challengers 17. We'll talk to Carmouche about her fight with Marloes Coenen, the future of women's fighting and much more.
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