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ONE FC: Warriors Way now has a main event with Bibiano Fernandes set to defend his bantamweight title against undefeated challenger Dae Hwan Kim. read news >>

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If at first you don't succeed, try and try again. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is doing former Bellator MMA Lightweight champion, Eddie Alvarez, no favors. Alvarez, who dropped his long-awaited Octagon debut to top-ranked division contender Donald Cerrone via unanimous decision at UFC 178 last month, will get a second chance to make a first impression against former 155-pound champion, Ben Henderson. Even though, sometimes, it's "good to lose." BostonHerald.com broke the good news earlie read news >>

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Former UFC and WEC lightweight champion Ben Henderson meets former Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez in a January 18th co-main event. It's been an extremely busy day filled with UFC fight announcements, and this latest one should generate plenty of buzz among MMA fans. Two top lightweights coming off difficult defeats will square off in the co-main event of the January 18th UFC Fight Night in Boston, as Ben Henderson takes on Eddie Alvarez. The Boston Herald confirmed the match-up earl read news >>

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With Ronda Rousey vs. Cat Zingano moved to UFC 184, the new co-main event on January 3rd features Donald Cerrone against Myles Jury in a lightweight showdown. For the 2nd time in as many fights, Donald Cerrone takes the co-main event slot on a UFC PPV. The lightweight contender was reportedly going to face Myles Jury at UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Siver in Boston, but Dana White tweeted out news that Cerrone vs. Jury is now the co-main of UFC 182 in Las Vegas: Head of PR Vitor Belfort started read news >>

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In the year 2014 in the UFC, no match-up feels safe until the scheduled fighters come out and touch gloves. Just ten days before he was to square off with Mauricio Rua in Uberlandia, Brazil, UFC president Dana White announced via his Twitter that Jimi Manuwa was out of his UFC FIght Night 56 bout with Mauricio Rua. Manuwa will be replaced by Ovince St. Preux, who was slated to face Francimar Barraso in the co-main event. No replacement was immediately named to face Barraso, who was himself a lat read news >>

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A rumored matchup between Donald Cerrone and Myles Jury is now a reality, as the two lightweights will square off at UFC Fight Night in Boston on Jan. 18. read news >>

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With Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano moved to February’s UFC 184, a lightweight bout between Donald Cerrone and Myles Jury has been slotted for UFC 182’s co-headliner.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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RFA 20 takes place Nov. 7 at 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colo. The main card airs live on AXS TV. read news >>

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Rockhold doesn't understand why he's behind 'Jacare' on the UFC official divisional rankings and suggested this rematch after he beats Bisping. Luke Rockhold is looking past Michael Bisping and already projecting his future at UFC 185-pound division. Interviewed by Combate.com, the former Strikeforce Middleweight champion feels that he shouldn't be behind Ronaldo 'Jacare' Souza in the official divisional rankings and suggested they fight at UFC 184, when the champion Chris Weidman and Vitor Belf read news >>

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Episode No. 126 of the Co-Main Event Podcast now is available. This week, the super dope homeboys from Missoula-town rap about Jose Aldo, Phil Davis and Anderson Silva.Filed under: News read news >>

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There was much to love about Saturday's UFC 179: Aldo vs. Mendes 2. The main event was one of the best fights of the year, perhaps even the best in the division's history. Gilbert Burns took another turn as a developing prospect. The fans in Rio de Janeiro were as amped for a UFC event as ever. Yet, there was also quite a bit not to love. The card outside of the main event left a lot to be desired, there was an officiating snafu and respected fighters suffered perhaps career-altering losses. It' read news >>

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