This Summer has been nothing short of a Treat MMA wise, another month seeing a Strikeforce event, another weekend full of action. Strikeforce: Ronda Rousey vs Sarah Kaufman First, we have to take a look at the Title fight, featuring a premier Judo-practitioner/Olympian going up against a boxing friendly Canadian. Sarah is 15-1, with 10 of her wins coming via KO, her most recent being in April of 2011. She has a wealth of experience over the Champion, having already been a Champ herself in several Organizations. Kaufman is 26 years young, ranked #2 p4p in the world, and notably, her lone loss came via submission, the Arm-bar. Ronda is one year younger than Sarah, 25, a black belt in Judo, and has competed in a weight class above Kaufman in her short time with the sport. All five of her wins have came in the first round, including her title fight, all finished by a form of Arm-bar. Second on the table, we have Ronald vs Derek, two veterans of the sport, but Souza being the fighter with a proven status. Brunson is a 3-time all-American wrestler, 28 years old, and holds a 9-1 record; his lone loss coming in his first championship fight. Souza on the other hand, is 4 years the elder, at 32, fighting out of Team Blackhouse with a record of 15-3-1 (1 no-contest). He lost his first title fight as well, years ago, before claiming the Strikeforce title in August, 2010. Tarec vs Roger is a fight the could have implications in the Welterweight title picture; Saffiedine was rumored for a rematch with Woodley up until recently. Tarec is at the bright young age of 25, a black belt in Shihaishinkai-Karate, and holds a record of 12-3. He fights out of the touted Team Quest, going 5-1 in his past six, his lone loss coming to Woodley via decision. Bowling on the other hand is 30 years old, holds an 11-2 record, and went 4-2 in his last 6-fights. He only has one win over a credible opponent. Anthony Smith vs Lumumba Sayers This is a fight I REALLY need to take a look at, I don't know about you guys. Lumumba is 6-2, fighting in Strikeforce since 2011, losing only his FIRST bout, to Derek Brunson. Anthony on the other hand, who's 16-8, 24 years old, normally fights a weight-class above and has only fought in 2 Strikeforce: Challenger cards (The development league of Strikeforce). However, it is worth noting Anthony hasn't fought with Strikeforce since losing their back in November of 2011, he has since rallied off two wins for two separate organizations; both fights being finishing before round 3. OSP vs Cook finalizes (or begins) a stellar card on Strikeforce. Like I said before, on paper, name wise, these guys might not look like all that, but if you do a bit of research, you can really only assume ONE fighter as a "can" type...Neither of these men being that guy. Cook is 12-4, losing his last fight at a Strikeforce: Challengers event. He is 29 years young, and 4-1 in his past 5-fights; all finished before the final bell. O.S.P. on the other-hand, is 11-5, going 8-1 his past 9-fights, his lone loss coming via decision to Gegard Mousasi. Ovince is still largely unproven, as is Cook, but St.Preux has more credible wins under his belt during his short career. What do you think about the event? Worth watching? Tell me which fight is your FAVORITE!