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MMA's Great Debate Radio: Weidman vs. Silva II Talk Plus Coenen and Taylor

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Damon MartinContributor IJuly 11, 2013

MMA's Great Debate Radio is back with our Thursday edition of the show. Today we start with all new topics about Weidman vs. Silva part II, plus interviews with Invicta FC fighters Marloes Coenen and Lauren Taylor.

Former Strikeforce women's champion Marloes Coenen is back in action as the headline fight this weekend at Invicta FC as she faces Cris "Cyborg" Santos in the main event.

Coenen has faced Cyborg before, but she will give us her thoughts on why the rematch will be different.

She also comments on the comparisons between Cyborg and UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.

Then we welcome Invicta fighter Lauren Taylor onto the show to preview her upcoming bout on this weekend's card.

Finally the debate heats up today with all new discussion about the proposed rematch between Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva.

Today's debate topics include:

—Do you believe Chris Weidman vs. Anderson Silva II will be the biggest fight in UFC history?

Weidman vs. Silva II in Cowboys Stadium—buying or not buying it?

Marloes Coenen says Cris Cyborg is still the best women's fighter and more dangerous that Ronda Rousey. Is she right?

—Fight Pick: Marloes Coenen vs. Cris Cyborg?

—Brian Stann retires from MMA—best memory of Brian Stann's career?

This is MMA's Great Debate Radio for Thursday, July 11, 2013

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