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Patrick Cummins will make his return to the Octagon in December. The UFC announced on Wednesday that Cummins is set to take on Antonio Carlos Junior at the UFC Fight Night 58 card in Barueri, Brazil, on Dec. 20. This will be Junior’s first light heavyweight bout under the UFC banner. Cummins (6-1), who came up short in his UFC debut against Daniel Cormier in February, scored dominant victories over Roger Narvaez and Kyle Kingsbury in a 49-day span in June/July. "Cara de Sapato" (4-0) makes his 2 read news >>

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Chris Kelades will fill in for an ill Louis Gaudinot against Patrick Holohan at UFC Fight Night “MacDonald vs. Saffiedine.” read news >>

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Carlos Diego Ferreira has taken the place of injured countryman Alan Patrick and will fight Beneil Dariush at UFC 179 in Brazil. read news >>

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Alan Patrick was forced out of UFC 179 with a fractured jaw, and the UFC called another undefeated Brazilian to replace him on the pay-per-view card. Beneil Dariush will now face Carlos Diego Ferreira, who scored impressive victories under the UFC banner earlier this year, in the main card’s opening bout in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Oct. 25. UFC announced the replacement on Monday night. Ferreira (11-0) made quick work of Colton Smith in his UFC debut in June, tapping the Ultimate Fighter winne read news >>

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You have been warned... Worse than Stefan Struve? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight Alan Patrick has been pulled from his upcoming fight against Beneil Dariush at UFC 179 due to injury. And if you're thinking, "Man up, wimp, the bout is still a month away," then you should probably grab a plastic bag and take a look at these photos. That's his jaw. Well, what's left of it. Photos courtesy of Guilherme Cruz. Patrick was expected to compete on the UFC 179 pay-per-view (PPV) main car read news >>

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Undefeated Diego Ferreira has replaced injured lightweight Alan Patrick[/autotag and now meets Beneil Dariush next month at UFC 179.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

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Next month’s UFC 179 event in Brazil has taken a hit to the main card as Alan Patrick reportedly is out of his lightweight bout vs. Beneil Dariush with a broken jaw. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

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Brazilian lightweight Alan Patrick has been forced to withdraw from his UFC 179 matchup against Beneil Dariush after suffering a gruesome jaw injury. read news >>

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An opponent for Patrick Holohan has been found in a hurry. After Louis Gaudinot dropped out of their fight at UFC Fight Night 54 earlier Monday, Holohan will now face Chris Kelades on the main card this Saturday night in Halifax, Nova Scotia, according to Holohan's manager John Kavanagh on The MMA Hour. Holohan (10-0) won his UFC debut this past July at UFC Fight Night Dublin, defeating Josh Sampo via submission (rear-naked choke) in the first round. Chris Kelades (7-1) will be making his UFC de read news >>

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Scheduled to take on Beneil Dariush on the main card of UFC 179, rising lightweight Alan Patrick will no longer compete in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Patrick (12-0), who hasn’t competed since a close decision victory over John Makdessi in February, has suffered an injury on Thursday, and won’t be able to compete on Oct. 25. "He was scheduled to compete in an ADCC match in Manaus on Sunday, but he had a small jaw fracture in training," Patrick’s manager D’Angelo Vidal told MMAFighting.com. "He absor read news >>

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Patrick Wyman takes a look at the real winners and losers from last night's awesome UFC 178 card, bringing you the most detailed recap and analysis you'll find anywhere. UFC 178 lived up to the expectations and delivered a smorgasbord of entertaining violence. This is a prime example of the axiom that better fighters - all ten fighters on the main card and three on the undercard were ranked - put on better fights, contrary to that old and hackneyed line, "Don't judge a card before it happens." T read news >>

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