(Guida engages the UFC on FOX: Johnson vs. DodsonÃ‚Â audience in the ancient Native American dance known as the Iwannanothadrinka. Photo via CombatÃ‚Â Lifestyle.) We’ve thrown the word curse around a lot here at CagePotato in the past year or so (as in injury curse, cursed from birth, and curse you Dana for setting this up!), but featherweight contender Chad Mendes is one of the few fighters who might actually be able to stake a claim to that title. In his past three scheduled fights, all of his original opponents have pulled out due to a last minute injury, leaving Mendes to face off against late replacement opponents on two occasions and cancelling his fight altogether in the third. Then again, any curse that ends in you collecting two quick knockouts and upwards of eighty thousand dollars is a hell of a lot better than the festering boils and dead first born I’ve been stuck with. Anyway, the last man to pull out of a fight with Mendes was noneÃ‚Â other than recently-converted featherweightÃ‚Â Clay N-Pray [*rimshot*] Guida, who was replaced by Darren Elkins just as quickly as Darren Elkins was defeated by Chad Mendes when the two eventually met at UFC on FOX: Henderson vs. Diaz. According to Ariel Helwani, the UFC is considering rebooking Mendes vs. Guida for the August 31st-scheduled UFC 164 card, which will also feature the beginning ofÃ‚Â Brandon Vera’s second attempt to become the UFC’s first two-division champ when he returns to the heavyweight division to face…Ben Rothwell. Baby steps, folks.