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Just five days before his scheduled bout at UFC Fight Night 49, top featherweight prospect Mirsad Bektic has sustained an injury and has been forced to withdraw from his meeting with Max Holloway. Stepping in to face Holloway will be Clay Collard, a fairly unsung fighter who will make his UFC debut Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma. MMA Junkie first reported the news Monday afternoon. The fight would have been a clash of two promising young fighters. Bektic (8-0) won his UFC debut in April with a majo read news >>

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An injury has forced unbeaten featherweight Mirsad Bektic to withdraw from this weekend’s Ultimate Fighting Championship card in Tulsa, Okla. read news >>

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The UFC’s return to Tulsa has a late change for this week’s card. Mirsad Bektic has suffered an injury and is out of his featherweight bout against Max Holloway at UFC Fight Night 49. In his place will step promotional newcomer Clay Collard.Filed under: MMA (...) read news >>

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With Ernest Chavez forced out of his first drop from lightweight to featherweight, Max Holloway now will meet Mirsad Bektic at UFC Fight Night 49 in Tulsa. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

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What was supposed to be a bout pitting Ernest Chavez against Mirsad Bektic at UFC Fight Night Tulsa will now be Max Holloway vs. Bektic. read news >>

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What was supposed to be a bout pitting Ernest Chavez against Mirsad Bektic at UFC Fight Night Tulsa will now be Max Holloway vs. Bektic. read news >>

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Talented young Featherweight standouts Max Holloway and Andre Fili locked horns on the main card of UFC 172 last night (Sat., April 26, 2014). After a back-and-forth affair, Holloway pulled away to score an impressive finish. Find out how in our fight breakdown below! Last night (Sat., April 26, 2014) Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweights Max Holloway and Andre Fili faced off in the opening pay-per-view (PPV) main card bout of UFC 172 from Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. Ho read news >>

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Max Holloway and Andre Fili opened the UFC 172 pay-per-view, and the fight delivered more than expected. Fili looked to have taken the first round, and Holloway rebounded in the second frame. It all came down to the third. It was a close round until Holloway began to tag Fili on the feet. He secured a guillotine choke and finished the fight. This was a big win for Holloway. After the first PPV bout of the night, this is what we learned. What We'll Remember About the Fight Holloway's fight-ending read news >>

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Team Alpha Male's Andre Fili seems a potential prodigy at just 23 years old. But Saturday night at UFC 172, he was schooled by a fighter a year younger. Max Holloway shook off a a slow first round in their featherweight bout at the Baltimore Arena, turned things in his favor in the second, and finished Fili in the third round. More Coverage: UFC 172 Results | UFC newsDownload MMA Fighting iPhone App The 22-year old Hawaii won with a guilotine choke at 3:39 of the final stanza. "I felt like he wa read news >>

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BALTIMORE – It looked like Max Holloway and Andre Fili would go the distance, but in the waning moments of the their third round together, Holloway pulled a trick out of his hat.Filed under: News, UFC Tagged: Andre Fili, Max Holloway, UFC 172 read news >>

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This was fun. The main card of tonight's (Sat., April 26, 2014) UFC 172: "Jones vs. Teixeira" pay-per-view (PPV) from the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland, kicked off with a featherweight fracas pitting Andre "Touchy" Fili (seriously, that's his nickname) against Max Holloway. The two went back-and-forth in the opening frame, though Fili was the busier of the two and he had far more success landing clean with his punches. The Duane Ludwig training effect? Maybe, but Holloway certainly wasn read news >>

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