Eddie Alvarez (Sherdog)amaM2i3osCMThe MMA Corner’s Video News Round-Up: Alvarez, dos Santos Injured, Brown Wins Again, Aldo-Mendes II The MMA Corner Staff May 11, 2014 News, Spotlight, Video Every Sunday, The MMA Corner will take a look back at the biggest news of the week. On this week’s installment, we discuss the concussion suffered by Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez who was expected to headline Bellator 120 on May 17. The promotion has replaced Alvarez with season nine tournament winner Will Brooks, who now faces Michael Chandler for the interim title. The card remains on pay-per-view, despite losing its main event. Is the promotion making the right call? We also look at the hand injury suffered by former UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos. The Brazilian is out of the TUF Brazil 3 Finale against Stipe Miocic and has been replaced by light heavyweight Fabio Maldonado. Does this match-up indicate that there’s a lack of depth at heavyweight? Or is the promotion spreading itself too thin? It was recently revealed that UFC 176 would take place Aug. 2 in Los Angeles. It will be headlined by a featherweight title rematch between champion Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes. Aldo knocked out Mendes in the first round at UFC 142 in the pair’s previous meeting. Can Mendes produce a different result this time around? And if not, is it time for Aldo to move to lightweight and find new challenges? Heavyweight Stefan Struve will be returning to action at UFC 175 against Matt Mitrione. The towering Dutchman has been out of action for over a year after it was discovered he had a leaking aortic valve. Now, with his health back on track, he’ll return to the Octagon against the always tough Mitrione. Is this the right fight for Struve’s return? Finally, we’ll touch on welterweight Matt Brown, who earned his seventh consecutive win on Saturday with a third-round TKO of Erick Silva. Is Brown ready for a title shot? If not, who should he face next? Join us above as we look back at all the news from throughout the world of MMA. The live video stream will begin at 2 p.m. ET. Do you have a question or a topic you’d like the hosts to discuss? Send them a tweet @TheMMACorner or post in the question and answer section of the Google+ hangout.