(Yeah, we’d miss this kind of thing too. Photo via Getty Images.) Ã‚Â Alright, this is getting ri-goddamn-diculous. Less than a fortnight ago, we dropped the official ban hammer on fighters announcing their retirement from the sport, then immediately unretiring. Aside from the fact that most of these so-called retirements last less time than the average hangover, the fighters who usually pull this bait-and-switch tend to look anything but revitalized or renewed upon returning. In most cases, it is quite the opposite. And the latestÃ‚Â offenderÃ‚Â of our ban? Former Strikeforce light heavyweight and semi-rehabilitated former bastard Mike Kyle, who announced his retirement from the sport following a first round submission loss to Gegard Mousasi in January. As in January of this year. One would think it would take a mighty fine offer against a well known opponent to draw Kyle out of retirement so quickly. One would be wrong, as it was announced recently that Kyle will be squaring off against fellow Strikeforce vet Valentijn OvereemÃ‚Â in a heavyweight contest in May. Details via MMAJunkie: A heavyweight bout between former Strikeforce fighters Mike Kyle (19-9-1) and Valentijn Overeem (32-30) is set for Championship Fighting Alliance’s 11th event, which is slated for May 24 at BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Fla.Ã‚Â We haven’t been this excited for a scrap between two aging lower-tier fightersÃ‚Â since the Shamrock/Freeman superfight was announced. Any naysayers out there?