UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz hasn’t lost a fight since dropping down to 135 pounds seven fights ago. In fact, he only has one blemish on his record at any weight… and that blemish’s name is Urijah Faber.

But that was four years ago, and Cruz doesn’t expect a repeat performance when the two lock horns at bantamweight on July 2 at UFC 132 in Las Vegas.

Times have changed and so have Cruz and Faber… and Cruz believes he’s the one that has benefited more in the time since the two last fought. He aims to prove that when the two finally get to “punch each other in the face.”

Cruz addressed Faber, the rivalry between the two, and his progression since the two first fought at WEC 26 at the recent Super 7 question and answer session at UFC 129 in Toronto…

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