Report: Frankie Edgar heading to featherweight


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Former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar is reportedly heading to 145 pounds. According to a report issued tonight on Tuesday's new edition of FUEL TV's "UFC Tonight," Edgar has made the decision to move down to 145 pounds. A debut date and opponent have yet to be established, but Edgar is reportedly hoping to fight again before the end of the year. view original article >>

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