June 12 Observer Radio: UFC 131 live report, Diaz vacates, five-round main events, Slammiversary



Wrestling Observer Radio with Bryan Alvarez and Dave Meltzer returns tonight to talk all the news in wrestling and MMA! We've got a full review of UFC 131 from Vancouver, which Bryan attended live, including thoughts on all the matches, backstage notes, who the awful judges were, how these results play into future fights, and more! Also, news on Nick Diaz vacating the Strikeforce title, all main events being five rounds starting with the next round of signed fights, Slammiversary Sunday night, and so much more. A fun show as always and we're back Sunday night with more, so check it out~!

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