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Two UFC events in one week, seems too good to be true doesnt it? Well this Saturday the UFC comes out strong yet again with a lightweight championship up for grabs in the main event and some key matchups in a number of different divisions. Once again Jordan Cieciwa and I go head to head in our picks and the question remains can #TeamJC keep the momentum going? After Wednesdays UFC Fight Night 27 which saw #TeamJC edge out #TeamLynch 9 to 8, the pride of Winnipeg looks to keep the winning streak alive. Let us know which side youre on, #TeamLynch or #TeamJC and feel free to leave your opinions in the comment section below. Benson Henderson vs. Anthony Pettis (Lightweight title fight) James Lynch – TSN.ca (@LynchOnSports) An injury to Canadian TJ Grant has lead the way for one of the most anticipated rematches in UFC history as current 155lb torchbearer Henderson faces off with the last ever WEC lightweight champion Pettis. For those familiar with the highlight reel "Showtime Kick" that has been floating around on YouTube, that emanated from Henderson and Pettis first encounter at WEC 53 (In which Pettis won via decision). When the UFC absorbed the WEC, the 26-year old was injured and it was "Smooth" who earned the title shot with then champion Frankie Edgar. Since defeating the New Jersey native, Henderson has defended his title three times, but would no doubt love to erase the blemish on his record from Pettis. If the Roufusport fighter wants to emerge victorious, hell need to stop the ever improving leg kicks of the current 155lb champ, whos earned a number of victories with that weapon in his arsenal. The question is which fighter has improved more since their first encounter? While Henderson has defeated tougher opposition, hes narrowly squeaked by in his decision wins over Edgar (in the second fight) and Melendez. The Taekwondo black belt meanwhile has been finishing opponents, including top contenders Joe Lauzon and Donald Cerrone. Considering this fight is in his hometown of Milwaukee and the fact hes been waiting a long time for this opportunity, Pettis should deliver. We should see "Showtime" land more power shots than his opponent and while this will most likely be a close encounter, the hometown kid will have his hand raised in the end. Pettis via unanimous decision Jordan Cieciwa – TSN Radio 1290 (@FitCityJordan) There are very few fighters as explosive and precise as Anthony Pettis. He won their last fight with a solid decision. Being a Rufus Sport product and having Duke Rufus in your corner makes you all the more dangerous. The only problem here, no one beats Ben Henderson anymore. At 155lbs Ben Henderson has seen everyone, and beat them. In his last three fights he has had two split decisions that went his way and they should not have. There is a long standing tradition that the judges dont give away a championship on a decision, unless its very clear who the winner was. Unfortunately for Anthony Pettis, I expect that to be his fate. While Edgar and Melendez both looked better than Ben Henderson, they were both denied the win. Unless Pettis does something to end this fight or score a very dramatic knockdown, this fight will go to Henderson. Henderson via split decision Frank Mir vs. Josh Barnett Lynch March 2002 was the last time Barnett competed inside the octagon and on Saturday night he aims to prove that hes still a legitimate contender by taking out a former UFC heavyweight champion. Popped for steroids following his win over Randy Couture at UFC 36, "The Warmaster" was banished from the UFC and despite this, developed a successful career overseas with the now defunct PRIDE organization. Since leaving PRIDE in 2006, Barnett amassed a 9-1 record, with his only blemish coming against Daniel Cormier, the same man who defeated Mir in his last fight. Whats interesting about this fight is both are nearly identical in height, reach and age, while also possessing superior skills on the ground. The one area they differ is experience, as Barnett has fought 38 times compared to Mirs 23, however part of that was due to the significant amount of time the Las Vegas native missed due to his motorcycle accident in 2004. Barnett is the better wrestler and as long as he doesnt try and test his jiu-jitsu against the TUF 8 coach, he should win this fight with that alone. It may end up being a very lackluster affair, but the Seattle native should effectively get the takedowns he needs to win on points and have his hand raise for his 33rd career victory. Barnett via unanimous decision JC 11 years ago the UFC had the pleasure of having Barnett in the octagon. Since then he has been busted for PEDs 3 times, fought in a bunch of different organizations, and has looked fantastic doing it. His opponent is Frank Mir. The former UFC heavyweight champion has some impressive wins. He looked great against Big Nog (nasty arm break) and Cro Cop ate a few big knees from one of the sports best. The problem here is that Mir just isnt dominant enough to beat Josh Barnett. The PRIDE veteran is truly a bad dude. He doesnt play nice with others and he has a lot of skill. CSW, Barnetts home gym has a very distinct style. Its unmatched and unique. I think it will be enough to allow Barnett to out wrestle and find a submission or score a TKO on Mir. No matter what, I think it will be a fun fight to watch. Both athletes can box, and are not afraid to throw punches. Id expect this one to be explosive. Barnett via 3rd round TKO Chad Mendes vs. Clay Guida Lynch Team Alpha Male fighter Mendes looks to inch one step closer to a rematch with 145lb kingpin Jose Aldo, by taking out Jackson/Winkejohn pupil Guida on Saturday night. Much like his teammate Urijah Faber, the 28-year old has clearly looked head and shoulders above anyone else in his weight class outside of the Brazilian champion. In his last fight, Mendes needed over just a minute to dispatch Darren Elkins, who headed into that contest on a five-fight win streak. Guida meanwhile has looked extremely lackluster and appears to be a shell of the fighter that once earned "Fight of the Year" back in 2009 in his matchup against Diego Sanchez. Most recently Guida made his featherweight debut, and won a close split decision victory over former Sengoku featherweight champion Hatsu Hioki. Despite this, everything the 31-year old Guida does, Mendes does better. I see the former NCAA Division I wrestler picking his spots and finding his range throughout the fight. Expect "Money" to live up to his nickname Saturday and cash in with another big win as hell become the first man to knockout Guida inside the octagon. Mendes via second round knockout. JC Id like to think this is going to be a good fight. Honestly I expect this to have an early "Knock out of the Night". This fight will put Mendes back at the top contender in the division, and with an exclamation point. Team Alpha Male have all stepped up their game since welcoming Duane "Bang" Ludwig to the coaching staff. Its a little tough to grab and control Clay Guida, that fact will be the thing that stalls the knock out. Clay is exceptionally fast, and tough. Id expect him to use that speed to stay alive. However, the wrestling edge and strength goes to Mendes. That means Mendes will eventually gain control of this match. Given his power, I think Mendes ends this in a flurry on the mat. Mendes via 3rd round TKO Ben Rothwell vs. Brandon Vera Lynch A pair of heavyweights clash on Saturday with potential unemployment on the line, as Alliance MMA fighter Vera meets orthodox kickboxer Rothwell. Vera returns to the heavyweight division for the first time since 2008, where he was completely outmatched in just one round of work by Fabricio Werdum back at UFC 85. Going 4-4-1 during his tenure at 205lbs, the 35-year old hopes to find the form that earned him four straight wins when he entered the UFC back in 2005. His opponent, IFL veteran Rothwell has also had a lackluster tenure inside the octagon going 2-3 with wins over Gabriel Gonzaga and Brendan Schaub. Stylistically both these fighters match up similarly, being well versed on the ground and possessing knockout power. Because of whats at stake, expect both fighters to come out for an all-out war and keep the fight standing. Vera should be the faster and more accurate striker in this contest and will likely earn his first win at heavyweight since November of 2006. Vera via unanimous decision JC Brandon Vera came on the scene with a bang, and then seemingly fizzled. He has not lived up to the hype, and falls short when it comes to wrestling with larger opponents. Ben Rothwell has looked devastating at times and then has fallen flat in critical fights. It seems that Rothwell has been given a TRT card for this fight. That in addition to the fact that its pretty low pressure is the recipe for Rothwell to show his better side. His head will be in the game, hell have all the strength in the world, and he has the skill he needs to end this fight with a big punch. Im expecting the extra weight to slow Vera down and negate any advantage he may have with his agility and excellent kickboxing game. Rothwell via unanimous decision Erik Koch vs. Dustin Porier Lynch Two 24-year olds aim for redemption in the featherweight division as Roufusport member Koch meets ATT pupil Porier. Both of these fighters have fallen short in bids of earning a title shot as Koch was dominated by Richard Lamas at UFC on FOX 6 and Porier was bested by Jackson/Winklejohn student Cub Swanson back in February. While betting lines have the hometown favorite Koch as a slight favorite, Porier has been more active competing three times in 2012 compared to the Milwaukee native who didnt fight at all in 2012 due to injuries. On paper the Taekwondo black belt is the more talented fighter, but the question remains how will Koch bounce back from the beating he took from Lamas back in January? While "The Diamond" does have a three inch reach advantage, I expect "New Breed" to perform well enough for the win in what should be a closely contested contest. Koch via unanimous decision JC Few fighters in the UFC are as gritty and fearless as Dustin Porier. I will take him in a fight every time. In this match up, Koch has the team advantage being from Rufusport, but hes up against a tough and talented fighter who has something to prove. The injury bug has also bitten Koch, meaning hes going to be rusty while Porier is going to be ready to go and sharp as ever. Add to all that the fact that Porier has a reach advantage, and I expect this to go Poriers way. Hell be able to get take downs and score strikes as needed to win points and the fight. Porier via Unanimous decision. Undercard Picks: Lynch: Tibau, Elliot, Krauss, Kang, Krylov, Couture, CedenbladJC: Varner, Elliot, Krauss, Kang, Krylov, Iaquinta, Cedenblad Agree or Disagree? Let us know in the comments section or on Twitter @lynchonsports or @FitCityJordan. 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Starting the season on the disabled list with shoulder tightness, the 28-year old right-hander was pushing his pitch limit before Drew lined a 2-2 pitch. Arrieta (5-1) was lifted by Cubs manager Rick Renteria immediately following the hit that came on his career-high 120th pitch. The 28-year-old Arrieta was given a loud ovation before he even got to the foul line, tipping his cap to the Boston crowd. He tipped it again after crossing the line. "Something like that in Fenway is pretty rare for an opposing team, so yeah I got some goosebumps there," he said. "Thats why you play this game, for moments like that. I was very thankful to be a part of something like that." Arrieta fanned 10 in just his 11th start of the season. "Awesome. That was some kind of awesome," Renteria said of the ovation. "We were standing out there at the mound. That was some show of respect." Drews hit ensured the Red Sox wouldnt be no-hit for the first time since Cubs pitching coach Chris Bosio pitched a no-no against Boston in 1993 for Seattle. Arrietas performance helped jog Bosios memory of his special night. "Everything," Bosio said when asked what he recalled from his no-hitter. "We had just come off a long road trip from Detroit and Toronto and I was real sick before the game. I had cut my warmup in half. I pretty much remember everything from the game. Every play, every at-bat right up until the last out." Hector Rondon allowed a pinch-hit single to A.J. Pierzynski leading off the ninth before finishing the two-hitter for his 10th save. "Three above-average pitches with above average command," Boston manager John Farrell said of Arrieta. "A lot of poower to his fastball.ddddddddddddStayed out of the middle of the plate. He was outstanding." Nate Schierholtz hit a two-run homer for Chicago. Jake Peavy (1-7) is winless in his last 12 starts. He gave up two runs on five hits, walking two and striking out seven in six innings. In just the second regular season series at Fenway between the clubs since Boston won the 1918 World Series in six games, Arrieta mixed his pitches by combining a sharp cutter and curve with an above-average fastball. "He located everything. Hes got great stuff," Bostons Dustin Pedroia said. "He kept every pitch out of the zone. I had three at-bats and I dont think I got one good pitch to hit." The Red Sox, who arrived in Boston around 4 a.m. after a win Sunday night in New York against the Yankees, really didnt have anything close to a hit before Drews brought up a roar from the crowd. Arrieta fell behind Napoli 3-0 before getting a called strike. Napoli then fouled a pitch off before drawing a walk on the next pitch. Xander Bogaerts lined to left after Napolis walk. Arrieta, who started the season on the disabled list with the shoulder tightness, made his first start of the season on May 3. Hes been spectacular in June. Coming in, he allowed just four runs and 20 hits in 31 2-3 innings, winning his three previous starts. The Cubs took a 2-0 lead in the fourth when Welington Castillo walked and Schierholtz followed with his homer into Bostons bullpen. Arrieta was acquired by the Cubs last July along with right-hander Pedro Strop from Baltimore for pitcher Scott Feldman, catcher Steve Clevenger and two international signing bonus slots. The last time Boston was no-hit at home, Ted Williams flied out to right field for the final out of Detroit ace Jim Bunnings gem on July 20, 1958 in the opener of a doubleheader. NOTES: Carlos Zambrano pitched the Cubs last no-hitter, in 2008. ... Cubs senior vice-president of scouting and player development Jason McLeod told reporters on the field before the game that he withdrew his name from consideration for the San Diego GM job. "Certainly being a GM is really something I hope to do sometime in the future," he said. 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