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Paul Daley has returned to the Bellator fold. The British slugger announced his decision to ink a deal with his former home on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour.
Daley fought once under the Bellator banner in July 2012, knocking out Rudy Bears via first-round TKO. He was then selected in a fan vote to compete in the first ever Bellator match to be televised on Spike TV, however an injury ultimately forced his opponent, War Machine, out of the contest, and the bout was scrapped.
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The MMA Hour is back in your life on Monday. Below is a rundown of who will be stopping by and when:
1:00 p.m. ET -- Dominick Cruz will discuss his long-awaited return to the Octagon at UFC 178 against Takeya Mizugaki.
1:25 p.m. -- Dustin Poirier will talk about his simmering feud with Conor McGregor, who beat Diego Brandao on Saturday.
1:45 p.m. -- Dennis Bermudez will preview his UFC on FOX 12 fight against Clay Guida.
2:05 p.m. -- Tom Egan, the first Irish fighter to compete in the UFC, will more
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Forget about champions.
How about the contenders that continuously put their careers on the line for just a shot at UFC gold?
Because there will always be a titleholder for each division, but there's not always going to be worthy challengers capable of pulling off the impossible.
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