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Another great Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) match has gone up in smoke. On the heels of UFC 180 getting a new main event thanks to an injury to Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez (full details here), the upcoming pay-per-view (PPV) event has suffered another significant loss. Joe Lauzon has been forced out of his upcoming Lightweight scrap with Diego Sanchez because of an undisclosed injury in training, according to multiple reports. No replacement has been named at this time; however, w read news >>

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Another horrible turn for the UFC as Cain Velasquez is out of his planned UFC heavyweight title defense in Mexico after suffering a knee injury. Mark Hunt will step in for an interim title fight against Fabricio Werdum. Cain Velasquez is out of his UFC 180 title defense with Fabricio Werdum according to multiple media reports. The fight between Velasquez and Werdum was to main event the UFC's first ever trip to Mexico and Velasquez was a huge part of the UFC's plans to break into the market. But 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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Cain Velasquez is injured and will no longer defend his UFC heavyweight title against Fabricio Werdum at UFC 180. Instead, popular heavyweight Mark Hunt will step in to face Werdum for the interim title at the Nov. 15 event. That's according to a Tuesday report from Sherdog. A lot of MMA fans will surely be disappointed by the news. Velasquez is proving to be nearly as injury-prone outside of the cage as he is dominant inside of it. UFC 180 is scheduled to take place in Mexico City in front of a read news >>

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Third time is not the charm. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) tonight announced that its Heavyweight champion, Cain Velasquez, injured his right knee in training and has been forced out of his upcoming title defense against Fabricio Werdum at UFC 180, which is scheduled to take place at Arena Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico, on Nov. 15, 2014. Mark Hunt -- fresh off a walk-off knockout of Roy Nelson last month at UFC Fight Night 52 in Saitama, Japan (more details here) -- will serve as Velasque 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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The UFC's snakebitten year continues. Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, a Mexican-American who was considered to be the lynchpin of the UFC's expansion into Mexico, withdrew from his upcoming title defense at UFC 180 against Fabricio Werdum on Tuesday after suffering a right knee injury, promotion officials announced. In Velasquez's stead, Werdum and fellow top-five ranked heavyweight Mark Hunt are slated to vie for the interim UFC heavyweight title as the new main event of UFC 180, which tak read news >>

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Another horrible turn for the UFC as Cain Velasquez is out of his planned UFC heavyweight title defense in Mexico after suffering a knee injury. Mark Hunt will step in for an interim title fight against Fabricio Werdum. Cain Velasquez is out of his UFC 180 title defense with Fabricio Werdum according to multiple media reports. The fight between Velasquez and Werdum was to main event the UFC's first ever trip to Mexico and Velasquez was a huge part of the UFC's plans to break into the market. But read news >>

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Cain Velasquez’s time on the shelf has been extended. 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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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight No. 1 contender Vitor Belfort has his manties in a bunch over Chris Weidman's hand injury. Not necessarily because he got hurt, but rather because the "All American" has now postponed two championship title fights during his 2014 fight campaign. And as Belfort explains to MMA Fighting, the belt must always be made available: "Dana White confirmed that my opponent will have to wear a cast for four weeks, and will be cleared (to train) in six. I ha read news >>

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