Bantamweight competitor Walel Watson has been released by the UFC, Sherdog.com confirmed Wednesday with the fighter's management.
Bantamweights Walel Watson and Mitch Gagnon will lock horns at UFC 152, promotion officials announced Friday.
Following a sensational UFC debut, things didn't go exactly as Walel Watson planned. Now that he's no longer cutting 35 pounds to make weight, Watson believes that may change.
Getting a taste of being in the UFC has made Walel Watson want to work twice as hard and beat opponents twice as bad so he can earn his way back to the Octagon
Following a third consecutive loss in the UFC, Walel Watson wasn't surprised when he got the call that he was being released from his contract.
TORONTO - After a disappointing UFC debut this past June, Canadian Mitch Gagnon was finally able to notch an octagon win in front of his countrymen.
Gagnon used pinpoint striking to set u...
Heading into UFC 152 on a two-fight skid, Walel Watson has no plans to play it safe.
Walel Watson doesn't see himself as a man on a two-fight skid.
"The fight in Canada, I got robbed," the 28-year-old Watson told MMAjunkie.com. "I won that fight. Period."
A bantamweight bout between Walel Watson and Mitch Gagnon is the latest addition to the quickly filling UFC 152 card.
UFC officials today announced the bout.
UFC 152 takes place Se...
OMAHA, Neb. - It was one of the most lopsided decisions in UFC history, yet it still doesn't seem an appropriate representation of the fight's one-sided nature.
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