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It’s been more than four months, but Raphael Butler is still pretty much looking to make amends. Filed under: Bellator, News read news >>

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Riding the longest bantamweight winning streak under the UFC banner, Raphael Assuncao is tired of waiting. Assuncao couldn’t get his title shot at UFC 173 in May due to a rib injury. T.J. Dillashaw not only took his spot, but also dethroned Renan Barao with a fifth-round TKO. The UFC opted to schedule an immediate rematch between Dillashaw and Barao for UFC 177, leaving Assuncao out one once again. Unbeaten over the past six bouts, including a split decision victory over Dillashaw in 2013, Assun read news >>

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The 32-year old Brazilian is sure of his success in his upcoming bout and hopes to finally have his shot at the Bantamweight title after a string of bad luck. Seeking a rematch against the UFC Bantamweight champ T.J. Dillashaw and a chance to fight for the belt, Raphael Assuncao has his line drawn to achieve his goal. The Brazilian contender told Tatame.com.br that he's going to do his part by beating Bryan Caraway at UFC Fight Night: MacDonald vs. Saffiedine, on October 4, and then wait for his read news >>

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Raphael Assuncao might not be the only Assuncao in the Octagon in 2015. The bantamweight contender is going for his seventh win in a row against Bryan Caraway at UFC Fight Night 54 in October, and his twin brother Freddy Assuncao want to join him in the UFC. Currently signed with World Series of Fighting, Freddy Assuncao extended his win streak to seven in a row in his WSOF debut in January, when he scored a close split-decision victory over Brenson Hansen. "Unfortunately, I only fought once in read news >>

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Listen to or download today’s edition of MMAjunkie Radio with guests Renan Barao, Raphael Assuncao, Ross Pearson, Luis Palomino and Darren Owen.Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, Radio, UFC, WSOF read news >>

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MMAjunkie Radio kicks off at noon ET (9 a.m. PT) with guests Ross Pearson, Renan Barao, Raphael Assuncao, Eduardo Dantas, Luis Palomino and Darren Owen.Filed under: Bellator, News, UFC, WSOF read news >>

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Despite winning six fights in a row, a streak that includes a win over now-champion TJ Dillashaw, Raphael Assuncao will need another victory to keep his bantamweight title shot hopes going. On Wednesday, MMAJunkie.com reported that UFC matchmakers have booked Assuncao for a bout with Bryan Caraway. The matchup will be added to UFC Fight Night 54, which is to be hosted by the Halifax Metro Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. When Dillashaw was awarded a title shot for bouncing back from his l read news >>

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Bantamweight No. 1 contender-in-waiting Raphael Assuncao will have to win at least one more time to earn a shot at UFC gold. read news >>

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Tiny province. Big fights. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has added a pair of bouts for its upcoming UFC Fight Night 54 mixed martial arts (MMA) event, expected to air on Fight Pass and FOX Sports 1 on Oct. 4, 2014 inside Halifax Metro Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. First up is a bantamweight battle pitting Bryan Caraway against Raphael Assuncao. Caraway (19-6) is 4-1 since graduating The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14 with four submission finishes. Assuncao (22-4), meanwhile, is the w read news >>

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Raphael Assuncao, the last man to beat current UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw, will return to action in October. Ranked No. 3 in the 135-pound division, Assuncao is set to collide with Bryan Caraway at the UFC Fight Night 54 card in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Oct. 4. UFC announced the match-up Wednesday. A strawweight bout between Paige VanZant and Kailin Curran, first reported by MMAFighting.com, is also official for the card. Assuncao (22-4) enters the fight riding the longest win strea read news >>

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UFC bantamweight competitor Bryan Caraway says he could potentially face either Michael McDonald or Rapahel Assuncao in his next fight. Bryan Caraway believes a ‘top five' opponent is on tap for his next octagon outing. The longtime UFC bantamweight, who is gradually working his way through the ranks, stated that there have been preliminary talks to potentially face either Michael McDonald or Raphael Assuncao in his next fight. He also believes he earned the significant step up in competition, p read news >>

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