(I tell you what, if Maynard is able to catch Grant in his patented Indian rug burn, this shit is gonna be all over.)Ã‚Â Figuratively speaking, Gray Maynard has not been involved in a UFC fight since he came up short against Frankie Edgar at UFC 136Ã‚Â in October of 2011. Sure, he did his best to nullify the offense of Clay Guida at UFC on FX 4 last June, but that exercise in tedium was less a fight and more like watching your cataract-stricken friend try to wrangle up all the cuccos in Kakariko Village on The Legend of Zelda. AlthoughÃ‚Â The BullyÃ‚Â was expected to face Joe Lauzon at UFC 155 last December, he was forced out of the bout with a knee injury that has sidelined him ever since. But if the above gif is any indication, Maynard has been staying quite active on the sidelines and will be more than ready for his return to the octagon on May 25th at UFC 160, where he will face the streaking veteran T.J. Grant in a battle of top contenders. Grant has been on something resembling a killing spree lately, collecting four straight wins including a first roundÃ‚Â annihilationÃ‚Â of Matt Wiman at UFC on Fox 6 last month. The far-and-away most impressive aspect of Grant’s recent wins has been the drastic improvement to his stand up game, an attribute he credits to the time he spent training in Thailand. In a way, this fight is kind of a lose-lose for Maynard, at least by Ed Soares’ concept of the term.