The week that was in MMA: Make a wish!

Antoni Hardonk fights other UFC heavyweights and crime. (Cagewriter)

Our Cagewriter chatter, Jon Fitch, lets his fighting speak for itself. (Sports Illustrated)

What is the likelihood that Tito Ortiz will be relevant to MMA again? (Bloody Elbow)

Good news for women who are comfortable walking on small runways while wearing a bikini: the UFC is looking for another Octagon Girl. (MMA Mania)

Dana White assures that you do not want his job. (Cagewriter)

Frank Fertitta's sweet new digs. (Fightlinker)

Vitor Belfort's will-he-or-won't-he-come-to-the-UFC saga continues. (Cagewriter)

Pittsburgh's first MMA event was good, but also may have infringed on the UFC's trademarks. (MMA Junkie)

One of the UFC's pioneers, the awesomely-mustached Don Frye, is in the Johnny Depp film, "Public Enemies." (Cage Potato)

Between their new magazine and reports that they are shutting out more sponsors, the UFC is pushing it. (Fight Opinion)

Chuck Liddell's future will be determined soon. (Cagewriter)

Demian Maia wants Anderson Silva. (Fighters Only)

Who should be considered fighter of the year, boxing's Manny Pacquaio or MMA's Lyoto Machida? Neither. Miguel Torres. (Telegraph)

Georges St. Pierre's Gatorade ad, now in the good ol' U. S. of A. (ESPN)

Ultimate Chaos was one big waste of cash. (Cagewriter)

What do Indiana and Hawaii have in common? They both started regulating MMA this week. That, and, well, that's about it. (Cage Potato)

Michael Bisping is headed into UFC 100 with a chip on his shoulder. (Yahoo! Sports)

Mike Whitehead and Wanderlei Silva both celebrated birthdays this week. (Combat Lifestyle)

Thanks for reading Cagewriter this week, and stick with us next week for an absolutely insane week leading up to UFC 100. Have a great Fourth, and try not to blow yourselves up.

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