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TSN. Arian Foster Authentic Jersey .cas MMA staff
takes a look at some of the hottest issues in the world of mixed martial arts.
1) Will Dan Henderson defeat Jon Jones and become the new light heavyweight
champion at UFC 151? James Lynch, TSN.ca – Clearly you can never count Dan
Henderson out of a fight, as on many occasions, he has proven his critics wrong
(knocking out Fedor Emelianenko for example) and hasnt been knocked out through
37 fights.  What the 41-year old has is a punchers chance, and while Jones hasnt
been knocked out before, everyone knows its possible. With that all said, I dont
see Henderson having his hand raised against the champion. Aside from the fact
the Jackson/Winklejohn student is much faster than Henderson, he holds a
significant reach advantage and has an unorthodox style that will be challenging
for the Team Quest pupil. Justin Boone, TSN.ca – It would be a great story to
see Henderson with his hand raised and Dana White putting the light heavyweight
belt around his waist. The 41-year-old defeating the unstoppable young champion
would be a Hollywood screenplay waiting to happen. Unfortunately for Henderson
it would be a work of fiction. Time and time again we see the established
veterans at the end of their career getting one more shot at a title and it
almost always ends badly. Henderson has the heart and power to pull out a win
against most fighters, but Jones is not most fighters. 2) With his split
decision loss to Benson Henderson at UFC 150 and recently stated plans on
competing at lightweight, is Frankie Edgar making the right move? Boone – Edgar
deserved to recapture his crown at UFC 150, but with that fight in the books as
a loss, its time for Edgar to make the move down to featherweight. its not that
Edgar cant compete at lightweight, but he had his chances against Henderson and
he wasnt able to convince the judges he was worthy of leaving the octagon with
the title. If he stays at lightweight (which he plans to do), Edgar would need
to spend the next year or two trying to rebuild his resume in the division.
However, if he decides that a drop in weight is the way to go, he would likely
only need one good showing to earn a date with featherweight champion Jose Aldo.
Edgar needs to make the smart career choice and take the path of least
resistance, which is a a very open featherweight division. Lynch   Many fans
and pundits are quick to say the former champion should drop down to
featherweight. I am not one of them. Sure, at the moment, the 145-pound weight
class is lacking its share of contenders, as Aldo has dismantled a litter of top
contenders (Chad Mendes, Mark Hominick and Kenny Florian to name a few). Im one
of the many people that believe Edgar was robbed of a decision at UFC 150 and in
my eyes he is still at the top of the 155-pound division. Clearly, there is
logjam right now in the lightweight class with Nate Diaz next in line next for
the title and fighters like Donald Cerrone, Anthony Pettis and Joe Lauzon
staking a claim as worthy challengers. Nevertheless, I still believe the Renzo
Gracie fighter could defeat many of the top lightweight fighters, and after a
string of wins there would be intrigue for the fan favourite earning a title
shot in the future. 3) Is Forrest Griffin the right opponent at UFC 155, for
Chael Sonnens move back to the light heavyweight division? Lynch – I understand
what the UFC is trying to do pitting two personalities against each other in the
hopes of making an intriguing matchup, but I dont like this fight at all. There
is a chance Griffin could win this fight, being that he is one of the larger
205-pound fighters, and would spoil any sort of title run for the Team Quest
product.  If the opposite happens, Id have a hard time buying that the Oregon
native deserves anything close to a title shot with a win over a gatekeeper like
Griffin. Sure these two fighters fought back in an IFC match in 2003 and UFC
will probably play up the “rematch angle”  but Id rather see Sonnen fight
someone like Thiago Silva, who not only is Brazilian (imagine the jokes on
Sonnens end), but also a contender in the division. Boone – Sure Griffin and
Sonnen might seem like an odd matchup based on where the two fighters are in
their respective careers, but its a fight between two names that can help add
some selling power to a pay-per-view. With all the injuries the UFC has dealt
with this year, finding two fighters that can capture an audience while putting
on a good show is a win for the UFC. Sonnen and Griffin are guaranteed to
deliver in the octagon and the bout should serve to help Sonnen get a
much-needed win at light heavyweight. After two losses to Anderson Silva, the
second being a very lopsided affair, Sonnen needs a victory to help restore some
credibility to his trash talk. Sonnen needs to build himself back up and a bout
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controversial calls in Mondays game.DENVER—Jamie Moyer was designated for
assignment by the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday, the move being made about six
weeks after he became the oldest starting pitcher to win a game in major league
history. The 49-year-old Moyer said in a news conference Wednesday that he still
had hopes of continuing his career elsewhere but his immediate plan was to
return home and attend a sons high school graduation. “Its a tough pill to
swallow but its part of the business,” Moyer said. Rockies manager Jim Tracy
told Moyer of the teams decision in a meeting earlier Wednesday. The Rockies
recalled Carlos Torres from Triple-A Colorado Springs to take Moyers roster
spot. After missing all of the 2011 season while recovering from reconstructive
elbow surgery, Moyer signed with the Rockies and made the team with an
impressive spring training. He became the oldest pitcher to win as a starter on
April 17, when he led the Rockies to a 5-3 win over the San Diego Padres. “I
enjoyed my time here in Denver,” Moyer said, expressing his appreciation both to
Rockies general manager Dan ODowd and Tracy for helping him to revive his career
after a year away from the game. “Dan gave me a great opportunity in spring
training. Jim stuck his neck out for me. He gave me an opportunity and thats all
I can ask for, when I came, an opportunity,” Moyer added.. “Unfortunately I
didnt hold up to my end of the bargain. Thats what happens in the game.” Moyer
had struggled recently. He was 2-5 with a 5.70 ERA in 10 starts. By designating
him for assignment the Rockies have 10 days to trade him or release him.
&quoot;I just felt like that by sending him out there, we were compromising
him and the team,” Tracy said before Wednesday nights game against the Houston
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because hes as professional as any player Ive ever been around. But we felt like
this is something we had to do.” Moyer picked up his second win of the season a
month after his milestone victory, allowing one earned run and six hits in 6 1-3
innings in the Rockies 6-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on May 16. But the
successes were proving few and far between. In his last start at Cincinnati on
Sunday, Moyer was unable to hold a 5-0 lead and took the loss in a 7-5 Rockies
setback. He went five innings and gave up seven hits and seven runs. “It is all
about putting up results, individually and as a team,” Moyer said. “When you
dont do that, obviously management has to just step back and reevaluate things
and their choices are their decisions.” When asked, though, if he thought he
could still pitch, Moyer said, “I do believe so.” He added that he thought he
could iron out his problems with his command and consistency. “When you talk to
any pitchers, consistency is the most important thing,” Moyer said. “I havent
had that to this point. But I know I can find that.” Over the course of his
24-year career, Moyer has gone 269-209 with a 4.25 ERA while playing for eight
big league teams. Moyer also has pitched for Philadelphia (2010-2006), Seattle
(2006-1997), Boston (1996), Baltimore (1995-1993), St. Louis (1991), Texas
(1990-1989) and the Chicago Cubs (1988-86). ’ ’ ’ 

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