UFC Champ Decides Against Surgery, Kelly On Lethal In ROH, Jericho As Thor

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UFC Champ Decides Against Surgery, Kelly On Lethal In ROH, Jericho As Thor
-- Ring Of Honor's Kevin Kelly was one of the featured guests on last week's edition of Monday Night Mayhem. When asked what Jay Lethal can bring to Ring of Honor when he returns at next month's "Best In The World 2011" iPPV in New York City, Kelly replied, "I think for Jay Lethal, the world is his oyster. When he was last with the company, he was 21 years old. Now, he's a 26-year-old man, and he's going to be given every opportunity to go out there an prove that he is more than just some sideshow dressing up like a senior citizen. If Jay Lethal wants to prove the critics, naysayers, & those who saw and painted him in a certain light in TNA wrong, he is going to have every avenue to do that under the three letters he knows so well, and that's ROH." (Props to The Mayhem's official correspondent, Paterson from New Jersey, for the transcription).

-- G4TV has another video with Chris Jericho as Thor, which you can check out by clicking here.

-- After losing the main events for their next two major events in the past week, the UFC finally got some good news. UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has decided to not have surgery for his right hand injury, and should be able to fight later this year. Several doctors advised Jones to have the surgery, however Jones ultimately decided against it. You can read more about this story at FightLine.com by clicking here.

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