Next week's Cage Warriors Fight Night 7 event has lost its title fight. Featherweight champion and fast-rising 145-pound prospect Conor McGregor has suffered an injury, and his original opponent, Jim Alers, now meets replacement Marcio Cesar. Officials today announced the change to the Sept. 1 event. view original article >>

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