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Just hours prior to his UFC on FX 5 collision with Yves Edwards, lightweight Jeremy Stephens was arrested in Minneapolis. However, the development will not prevent “Lil’ Heathen” from competing at tonight’s event, according to UFC President Dana White. read news >>

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MINNEAPOLIS - UFC lightweight Jeremy Stephens might not be competing at tonight's UFC on FX 5 event. MMAjunkie.com has learned the Minneapolis Police Department arrested the hard-hitting lightweight this morning. He's being held at the Hennepin County Public Safety Facility. Stephens has yet to be formally charged with a crime, and police officials were unable to reveal the reason for the arrest. Representatives for Stephens didn't return messages. read news >>

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Even the sturdiest of chins has its limits. read news >>

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Following the cancellation of their bout in October, Jeremy Stephens and Yves Edwards will get the chance to mix it up after all. read news >>

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UFC on FX 5 fighter Jeremy Stephens was arrested in connection to an outstanding warrant in Minneapolis and his bout with Yves Edwards is currently in jeopardy. read news >>

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A lightweight fight almost guaranteed to deliver fireworks has been added to UFC on FX 5. Sources close to the event today told MMAjunkie.com that Jeremy Stephens vs. Yves Edwards has been added to the event, which takes place Oct. 5 at Target Center in Minneapolis. MMAWeekly.com first reported the fight. The main card airs on FX. read news >>

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A pair of veteran Octagon lightweights will throw down at the upcoming UFC on FX 5 show when Jeremy Stephens meets Yves Edwards in Minnesota. read news >>

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Hard-hitting lightweight Jeremy Stephens will replace an injured John Cholish against Yves Edwards at UFC on Fox 5. read news >>

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After their initial meeting was infamously canceled last minute, lightweights Yves Edwards and Jeremy Stephens will give it another go at UFC on FOX 5. As MMAjunkie.com first reported earlier today, Edwards' original opponent, John Cholish, recently scratched due to a groin injury. In his place steps Stephens, whose incarceration canceled their planned bout this past month at UFC on FX 5. read news >>

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Following Friday’s canceled UFC on FX 5 meeting with Jeremy Stephens, Yves Edwards will now square off with fellow lightweight John Cholish on Dec. 8 at UFC on Fox 5. read news >>

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Following his non-fight at UFC on FX 5, Yves Edwards has received a new bout as promised by UFC President Dana White. read news >>

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Much has been made of Jeremy Stephens’ arrest last week and the fact that he couldn’t compete at UFC on FX 5, but opponent Yves Edwards didn’t get to fight either. read news >>

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MINNEAPOLIS - UFC President Dana White said he was willing to pay an "astronomical amount of money" to bail Jeremy Stephens out of jail in time to compete at Friday's UFC on FX 5 event. Stephens was arrested by the Minneapolis Police Department hours before the event. While many wondered why White was seemingly jumping through hoops to take care of the incarcerated fighter, the UFC boss said the reason was simple: Stephens insists he is innocent, and White has no reason not to believ read news >>

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MINNEAPOLIS - UFC President Dana White said he was willing to pay an "astronomical amount of money" to bail Jeremy Stephens out of jail in time to compete at Friday's UFC on FX 5 event. Stephens was arrested by the Minneapolis Police Department hours before the event. While many wondered why White was seemingly jumping through hoops to take care of the incarcerated fighter, the UFC boss said the reason was simple: Stephens insists he is innocent, and White has no reason not to believ read news >>

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