UFC 128 One-On-One: Urijah Faber Ready for the UFC Spotlight


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“The California Kid” takes on Eddie Wineland on Saturday night at UFC 128, and he’s ready for his UFC debut. He also tells MMAWeekly.com how he deals with the constant questions about facing UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz.

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