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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight titleholder Cain Velasquez went under the knife on Thursday to repair a torn meniscus, a procedure that came just a few days after his decision to withdraw from the upcoming UFC 180 pay-per-view (PPV) main event, scheduled for Nov. 15, 2014 in Mexico City. In his absence, division No. 1 contender Fabricio Werdum will move on to face late replacement Mark Hunt, in a 265-pound battle for the interim title. While Velasquez is only expected to be out read news >>

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While a knee injury forced Diego Sanchez off the a href="http://www.sherdog.com/events/UFC-180-Velasquez-vs-Werdum-37549">UFC 180 bill, it probably isn’t going to keep him sidelined for an extended period of time. read news >>

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Diego Sanchez injured his knee, forcing him to withdraw from UFC 180 just a day after opponent Joe Lauzon pulled out with his own knee injury. 2014 has been something of a cursed year for the UFC, with big fights falling apart due to injuries and failed drug tests at a ridiculous clip. UFC 180 has become the latest card to get bit by the injury bug, Cain Velasquez's knee injury forced him out of the main event and cost the first ever card in Mexico it's centerpiece and that was followed by Joe L read news >>

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This is getting out of hand. Ultimate Fighting Championship's (UFC) first-ever card planned for Mexico City, Mexico is going south in a hurry. Heavyweight champion, Cain Velasquez was forced out of his headlining title fight fight against Fabricio Werdum -- which was set to go down on Nov. 15, 2014 -- with a knee injury, prompting UFC officials to call on Mark Hunt as a late replacement, A few days later, an injury forced co-headliner, Joe Lauzon, out of his much-anticipated lightweight scrap ag read news >>

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One day after his second-scheduled opponent withdrew from competition, Diego Sanchez has now withdrawn from UFC 180 due to a knee injury. The UFC announced the news Thursday night, but Mexican outlet Indiscutido was the first to report the news. Indiscutido reports Sanchez suffered a curciate ligament injury to his knee on Thursday during practice. "Two days after UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez was forced out of his UFC 180 bout against Fabricio Werdum on November 15 due to injury, ligh read news >>

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A knee injury forces a fighter out of the competition allowing one contestant to return in the fifth episode of The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion will be Crowned. read news >>

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Cain Velasquez was planning on fighting Fabricio Werdum with a slightly torn meniscus in his right knee, but after spraining his MCL in the same knee late last week, he was forced to pull out of the fight. According to Javier Mendez, Velasquez's coach at the American Kickboxing Academy, Velasquez has been dealing with a torn meniscus for quite some time, however, he suffered the sprained MCL during a training session (sprawl drills) on Oct. 16 or 17 and that ended his dream of headlining a show read news >>

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UFC Cain Velasquez suffers a knee injury and out of UFC 180. Mark Hunt will step in for an interim title fight against Fabricio Werdum. read news >>

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UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez injured his knee during training and has been forced to withdraw from his title defense against Fabricio Werdum at UFC 180, officials announced on Wednesday. read news >>

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Cain Velasquez's long-awaited return to the Octagon will have to once again be put on hold, as a knee injury will keep the heavyweight champ from appearing in UFC 180's main event. The UFC Twitter account confirmed the news, noting Fabricio Werdum's new opponent: This is an unfortunate development, as many were looking to see Velasquez defend his title for the first time since knocking out Junior dos Santos just over a year ago. Alas, injuries have continually limited the 32-year-old's time insi read news >>

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UFC president Dana White says that Georges St-Pierre's injured knee has been cleared and he can resume training for a UFC return, but will he ever come back? read news >>

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