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No main card love? No problem! "Dominator" has no issues with headlining the UFC 178 prelims in FOX Sports 1. Just like his bitter-rival Urijah Faber did at UFC 175, Dominick Cruz will headline the upcoming preliminary card opposite Takeya Mizugaki at UFC 178, which goes down on Sept. 27, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. And though the former bantamweight champion didn't ask to be placed on the prelims like "The California Kid" did, he has no issue with it. Because at the end of the day, there will li read news >>

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Wilson Reis won the EliteXC featherweight championship in 2008, but his life changed a lot since. After a nine-fight career under the Bellator banner, the talented fighter entered the UFC as a bantamweight in 2013, but UFC Fight Night 49 marks a new start. Ranked No. 15 at 135 pounds, Reis cuts down to flyweight to battle Joby Sanchez on Saturday night in Tulsa, and he credits former UFC and WEC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz for his recent evolution. "It’s my second full training camp here read news >>

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Former UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz is unconcerned about his placement on the UFC 178 preliminary card. While Dominick Cruz is indeed a former UFC champion, he is not concerned about being placed on the preliminary portion of the UFC 178 PPV card next month. The longtime Bantamweight competitor's reasoning is simple: FOX Sports 1 is in an exorbitant amount of homes, while PPV is limited to those who purchase it. Cruz is also ecstatic about finally returning to the octagon following a read news >>

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After being sidelined for nearly three years, Dominick Cruz will make his long-awaited UFC return at UFC 178 against Takeya Mizugaki. There’s one problem, though: The fight won’t be featured on the actual pay-per-view card. Cruz, a former UFC champ and arguably the greatest bantamweight in MMA history, will be competing in the prelims of the Fox Sports 1 portion of the upcoming fight card. Most fighters in Cruz’s position would balk at the mere notion of being snubbed for a main card spot. It is read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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It turns out former UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz has something in common with longtime rival Urijah Faber: While both are UFC pay-per-view mainstays, neither fighter is afraid to be on the feature bout of the FOX Sports 1 preliminary card on a PPV event. Cruz makes his return to action on Sept. 27, when he meets Takeya Mizugaki at UFC 178 in Las Vegas. But with one of the year's deepest cards only getting deeper with Tuesday's announcement of a Donald Cerrone vs. Eddie Alvarez co-main read news >>

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UFC 178 could arguably be headlined by several different fights on the pay-per-view card. read news >>

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UFC 178 could arguably be headlined by several different fights on the pay-per-view card. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Dominick Cruz is set to return at UFC 178 after two and a half years out of action. He is more prepared than ever to climb back up the mountain. read news >>

  • a month ago
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We all know the story by now. The once-UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz has had arguably the worst luck of any fighter on the roster, at least in terms of physical health. Not one, but two knee complications. Then a groin injury. All told, he'll have been away from competition for three years by the time he returns against Takeya Mizugaki at on September 27th at UFC 178. Naturally, everyone wants to know: is Cruz finally ready to return? Is this it? Will he make it to the finish line read read news >>

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Dominick Cruz discusses his long-awaited return to the Octagon at UFC 178 against Takeya Mizugaki. read news >>

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Dominick Cruz, the longtime UFC bantamweight champion who was forced to abdicate his title after missing more than two years with injuries, is returning to Octagon competition this fall. But he suggested Monday that his return might have been even slower had he continued with a previous course of treatment. That course, Cruz suggested, may not have reflected a thorough understanding of MMA, and as a result he eventually took his care path into his own hands. "The therapists really don't know wha read news >>

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