The week that was in MMA: Baroni's abs love them some salad

Andrei Arlovski, the one-time UFC heavyweight champ, did not have his contract with Affliction renewed after his two, straight knockout losses. (Cage Potato)

Diego Sanchez had to face more than just Clay Guida when taking the split decision from "The Carpenter" on Saturday at "The Ultimate Fighter" finale. He also had to face Guida's mom. (Cagewriter)

With one more season of "The Ultimate Fighter" on the books, Yahoo! Sports looks back at both the season and the series. (Dave Meltzer, Kevin Iole)

"Michael Bisping will out-wrestle Dan Henderson." Bwah ha ha ha! No, seriously? You're serious? Stop, stop it. Bisping's wrestling coach is giving me the church giggles. (Fighter's Only)

Former fighter Lee Murray was freed from jail and then arrested again. His wikipedia page now reflects that. (MMA Opinion)

Fight! Magazine is holding a contest to give one lucky up-and-coming fighter a chance to spend a week at Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas, training with Shawn Tompkins. (Fight! Magazine)

Kirik, king of the Underground Forum, posted a definitive response to Dr. Johnny Benjamin's ridiculous rant on women's MMA. (The Underground)

Cheerleaders involved in a fairly technical ground game. (Ms. Tracy Lee)

Kim Winslow, the first female ref in UFC history, is not afraid of getting between two large fighters. (MMA Fanhouse)

Roger Huerta is going to take a break from acting and sleeping with sitcom stars to fight Gray Maynard in September. (MMA Junkie)

Lyoto Machida and Anderson Silva were both nominated for an ESPY. I agree that Machida has had an excellent year, but has Silva had a better year than Miguel Torres or Mike Brown? (ESPN)

Thiago Alves thinks that it's time for GSP to turn over the belt. (Canadian Press)

In the WEC, Jamie Varner is still not ready to defend his lightweight championship belt, so the WEC is considering an interim belt. (Cagewriter)

Thanks for reading Cagewriter this week. Stay tuned tomorrow night for coverage of "Ultimate Chaos," and have a good weekend!

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