MMA's Great Debate Radio: Woodley, Fitch and Carl Plus UFC on Fuel 10 Preview

Damon MartinContributor IJune 6, 2013

Feb 2, 2013; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Jon Fitch during UFC 156 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports
Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

MMA's Great Debate Radio returns with a stacked show including guests Tyron Woodley, Jon Fitch and Steve Carl as well as a full breakdown and preview of UFC on Fuel 10: Nogueira vs. Werdum.

Fighting at UFC 161, Tyron Woodley joins the show today to discuss his upcoming bout against Jake Shields.  Woodley will rate Shields as an opponent, and the impact he hopes to make with his fight against the former title contender next weekend.

Also on the show, former UFC welterweight Jon Fitch talks about his return to action next weekend, his rematch with Josh Burkman, and how he's moved on from talking about his former employers at the UFC.

World Series of Fighting co-main event competitor Steve Carl also stops by to talk about stepping up on the card after the original co-main event had to be cancelled, and his expectations to make a big splash in a featured fight on this card.

Finally, debate is what we do best and on today's show, all-new topics are on tap as well as a full preview of UFC on Fuel 10 with picks and predictions being made for the main card.

Today's debate topics include:

BJ Penn is testing the waters for a possible return to fighting at 155 pounds. Should BJ come back or should he retire?

—Rampage's new deal will have him fight in Bellator, wrestle in TNA, do a reality series and work on movies through Paramount.  He says this is a game changer—is he right?

—With a win on Saturday, should Fabricio Werdum be the No. 1 contender at heavyweight behind Junior Dos Santos?

—UFC on Fuel 10 Fight Picks for the Main Card

This is MMA's Great Debate Radio for Thursday, June 6, 2013

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