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Dominick Cruz is next up for UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw, but Bryan Caraway doesn’t want to be left out of the conversation.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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When the UFC touches down in Halifax, Nova Scotia this Saturday, they are bringing with them the fight that may determine the next contender for the welterweight title. No. 2-ranked Rory MacDonald takes on No. 9-ranked Tarec Saffiedine in the main event of UFC Fight Night 54, and with a win, MacDonald should secure a shot at the welterweight championship, and the winner of Hendricks vs. Lawler at UFC 181. Around this time last year, Rory MacDonald was gearing up for his UFC 167 fight, alongside read news >>

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UFC bantamweight competitor Bryan Caraway discusses his upcoming match-up with Raphael Assuncao, as well as Manny Gamburyan, who called him out on Saturday night at UFC 178. Once seen referred to as simply the life partner of women's bantamweight contender Miesha Tate, Bryan Caraway has since won 4 of 5 fights in the UFC, including wins over Mitch Gagnon and Erik Perez to earn a match-up against one of the division's top competitors, Raphael Assuncao. Even though his match-up against the Brazili read news >>

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Nine individuals hold a championship title in the UFC. All have achieved greatness by defeating the best to reign atop their division. In that, some current and former champions have flirted with the idea of changing weight classes to secure another belt, such as current featherweight champion Jose Aldo and former lightweight champion Benson Henderson, to name a few. There have only been two combatants who have secured a UFC title in two weight classes—mixed martial arts legends Randy Couture an read news >>

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"I'm in the 'hunt' mode. I feel like right now in my last couple of fights, I'm really hungry. I'm really focused. I'm here for the kill. I'm coming for the belt and I'm going to demolish everyone I have to, to get to that point." -- Rory MacDonald Top Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight contender Rory MacDonald is just five days away from his UFC Fight Night 54 showdown against longtime mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Tarec Saffiedine, a five-round headliner that is scheduled for read news >>

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Keep your title shot. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight contender Donald Cerrone has now won five straight -- with four finishes -- inside a stacked 155-pound division, the kind of blistering run that would earn most fighters a shot at the division crown. Then again, Cerrone is not most fighters. Despite his impressive win over Eddie Alvarez at the UFC 178: "Johnson vs. Cariaso" pay-per-view (PPV) event last Sat. night (Sept. 27, 2014) in Las Vegas, Nevada (highlights), "Cowboy" i read news >>

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From Yahoo Sports: 'Cowboy' endured an early onslaught from the former Bellator champ to earn a gritty win, and he may have earned a shot at Anthony Pettis' title as well. read news >>

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LAS VEGAS — Look out, folks: Conor McGregor is the real deal. The loud-mouthed Irish fighter, who jumped on the UFC scene and made an immediate splash by talking his way up the ladder, put an emphatic end to all discussion that he might be all hype and no fight by crushing Dustin Poirier and finishing the Louisiana native in the first round. It went almost exactly the way McGregor predicted it would go and finished in the exact round he said it would. Afterwards, McGregor said he was going for t read news >>

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LAS VEGAS – After his latest scintillating win, Donald Cerrone could make a real claim to be the UFC’s No. 1 lightweight contender. But if getting a title shot means passing up a paycheck, “Cowboy” isn’t interested.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Dominick Cruz emphatically returned to the grand stage of the Ultimate Fighting Championship with a 61-second technical knockout against Takeya Mizugaki at UFC 178. read news >>

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LAS VEGAS - Sounds like Dominick Cruz won't have to wait long to get a chance to regain the gold he never lost in the cage. The former UFC and WEC bantamweight champion made a spectacular return to the Octagon on Saturday night after a three-year layoff. Cruz (20-1) needed just over a minute to finish Takeya Mizugaki, who came into the fight on a five-fight win streak, at UFC 178. Cruz has never lost a fight at 135 pounds, as he improved to 10-0 in the weight class. And according to UFC presiden read news >>

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