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UFC 227 Embedded: Fighting and Fatherhood |

On Episode 1 of UFC 227 Embedded, it's all about fatherhood and family, as well as a little military-grade training.

Demetrious Johnson tricks reporter into thinking he's T.J. Dillashaw on UFC 227 media call

Somehow this worked, even though Demetrious Johnson and T.J. Dillashaw sound nothing alike.

Conor McGregor on Khabib Nurmagomedov UFC title fight: 'It's not official, but we're close'

Conor McGregor said the pieces nearly are together for his return to the UFC.

Everything You Need to Know About the Weekend in Boxing

Mikey Garcia unified the IBF and WBC lightweight titles this weekend, dropping Robert Easter Jr. in the third round, and ultimately winning a decision by scores of 118-109, 117-110 and 116-111.

Conor McGregor ‘Very Close’ to New Deal, Expects UFC Return to Be in Las Vegas

When Conor McGregor makes his highly-anticipated Ultimate Fighting Championship return, it will likely be in Las Vegas.

10 Insane Stories About MMA Legend Bas Rutten

We took a look at 10 of the most insane and entertaining stories involving MMA legend Bas Rutten, and needless to say, the results were hilarious.

UFC 227 Embedded: Should Mighty Mouse Win Two Belts and Retire? |

Demetrious Johnson gets some advice about calling it a career in the latest episode of UFC 227 Embedded.

Dana White: Lookin' for a Fight - Walking in Memphis |

Dana White, Matt Serra, and Din Thomas sing the blues on stage, take to the ring for a professional wrestling match, and eat fried chicken in Memphis.

Dmitry Bivol on Boxing's New Wave of Eastern Europeans

In an exclusive interview with Sherdog's James Kinneen, Dmitry Bivol revealed much about his own approach to the sweet science, his take on Saturday's opponent Isaac Chilemba and the possibility of a blockbuster fight with his countryman Sergey Kovalev.

Conor McGregor reacts to Jose Aldo's big win at UFC Calgary: I'm so happy for him |

Last weekend, in the co-main event of UFC on Fox 30 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, former UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo rebounded from back-to-back losses with a first-round TKO win over the dangerous Jeremy Stephens. It was incredibly emotional win for Jose Aldo, and a feel-good moment for his legions of fans. Apparently, it was …

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After eight-plus years away from the cage, 51-year-old Renzo Gracie came back with a bang at ONE: REIGN OF KINGS.

Watch Cody Garbrandt End Thomas Almeida's 20-Fight Winning Streak (UFC 227 Free Fight) |

Former UFC bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt improved to 9-0 with a quick knockout victory when he met Thomas Almeida in 2016.

UFC on FOX 30: Slow Motion Highlights from Calgary |

Take a slow-motion journey through the epic Calgary event, featuring Dustin Poirier and Eddie Alvarez's thrilling rematch.

Tim Kennedy in Discovery Channel's 'Hard to Kill' Debuts on Tuesday |

Former UFC middleweight and Army Ranger Tim Kennedy launches his new television series "Hard to Kill" on Tuesday.

Countdown to UFC 227: TJ Dillashaw vs. Cody Garbrandt 2 |

Go inside the lives and training camps of UFC bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw and former Team Alpha Male teammate and bitter rival Cody Garbrandt.

Countdown to UFC 227: Demetrious Johnson vs. Henry Cejudo 2 |

Go inside the lives and training camps of UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson and challenger Henry Cejudo.

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Eddie Alvarez coach Mark Henry: Illegal elbow my fault at UFC Calgary

The most unfortunate part of the whole experience, Henry said, is that his actions reflect on his fighter and teammate. He repeatedly stressed Alvarez is not a dirty fighter. He also praised Poirier for clarifying that the illegal blow did not land to his head. While he notes Poirier did land an illegal groin shot during the action, he attributes the action to their fiercely competitive style matchup. The UFC lightweights’ first matchup at UFC 211 ended in controversial fashion when Alvarez threw a trio of illegal knees, resulting in a no contest .

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Sherdog’s Official Mixed Martial Arts Rankings - Louisiana Lightning

Dustin Poirier cemented himself as a legitimate title contender in the Ultimate Fighting Championship ’s lightweight division, with a little help from the rulebook. “The Diamond” extended his winning streak to three fights, as he cut down former UFC and Bellator MMA lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez with punches in the second round of their UFC on Fox 30 headliner on July 28 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta. In the follow-up to their memorable but anticlimactic UFC 211 encounter a little more than a year ago, Alvarez succumbed to blows 4:05 into Round 2. Again, their battle was not without controversy. Alvarez scrambled to the Lafayette, Louisiana, native’s back in the second round and secured a neck crank before taking a seated position in full mount at the base of the cage. An ill-advised 12-to-6 elbow to the shoulder cost Alvarez his dominant spot and necessitated a letter-of-the-law warning from referee Marc Goddard . Poirier let go with a blistering kitchen-sink salvo after the restart that left his counterpart in a compromised state and necessitated the stoppage.

Conor McGregor: ‘All of Ireland Was Happy for Jose Aldo’ Following UFC on Fox 30 Win

Once upon a time, Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo weren’t on the best of terms. The two were fierce rivals in 2015, as McGregor set his sights on Aldo’s featherweight belt. The animosity increased during a lengthy promotional tour and again after Aldo was forced to pull out of a scheduled bout with the Irishman at UFC 189. The saga culminated in a 13-second knockout victory for McGregor at UFC 194, ending Aldo’s stranglehold on the division. While Aldo lobbied for a rematch, McGregor would not compete at 145 pounds again. He was eventually stripped of the title shortly after he moved up to lightweight to claim that division’s belt with a stoppage of Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in November 2016. McGregor has gone on to become the promotion’s biggest star, and the feud with Aldo may very well have been the launching point. Aldo, meanwhile, went into a tailspin, losing three of his last four bouts heading into a pivotal UFC on Fox 30 showdown with Jeremy Stephens . Aldo looked impressive in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, last Saturday, as he returned to form with a first-round stoppage of his opponent in the evening’s co-main event.

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From Joe 'Daddy' to 'Coach Joe'

Joe Stevenson is a veteran of 49 professional mixed martial arts bouts, dating back to 1999. Those numbers become all the more surprising when you realize Stevenson is only 36 years old. Yet what may surprise fans of the sport even more is that the California native has been an MMA coach for almost as long as he's been a fighter. The man nicknamed “Daddy” became a coach in the first place through circumstance, rather than as a planned gig. “My coach at the time was fighting in the UFC, and he was kind of focused on himself, so I ended up coaching a lot of [his] classes,” Stevenson told It was the beginning of a parallel journey he would have for the next decade and half as fighter and a coach. Some of Stevenson’s earliest lessons in coaching occurred when he worked with MMA legend Bas Rutten for several of his camps, including for his bout with Kevin Randleman at UFC 20, where he won the Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight title. Incredibly, Stevenson was still in high school at the time. Stevenson began his own fighting career at the age of 17.

Bethe Correia Injured; Bout vs. Irene Aldana Pulled from UFC 227 Lineup

Former women’s bantamweight title challenger Bethe Correia has withdrawn from a proposed bout against Irene Aldana at UFC 227 due to injury, the promotion announced Tuesday. The 135-pound contest will not be replaced, so Saturday’s card will proceed with 12 bouts. UFC 227 takes place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and is headlined by a bantamweight title rematch between T.J. Dillashaw and Cody Garbrandt . In the co-main event, Demetrious Johnson will defend his flyweight crown against Henry Cejudo in another rematch. The evening’s main card airs on pay-per-view at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT. Prelims begin on UFC Fight Pass before moving to FX at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m PT. Correia vs. Aldana was slated for the FX portion of the prelims. Correia hasn’t competed since suffering a head-kick knockout loss to Holly Holm in the UFC Fight Night 111 main event in June 2017. The Brazilian is just 1-3-1 in her last five Octagon appearances, including a 34-second knockout loss to Ronda Rousey in a title bout at UFC 190. After opening her promotional tenure with back-to-back losses, Aldana picked up her first Octagon victory with a unanimous decision triumph over Talita Bernardo at UFC Fight Night 124.

Justin Sumter Going to Bring the Fight on Dana White's Tuesday Night Contender Series |

Sumter (6-1) will look to keep his current winning streak alive when he faces fellow up-and-comer Ian Heinisch (10-1) in a 185-pound bout on Dana White’s Contender Series on Tuesday in Las Vegas.


Dude, all it takes is a quick google search. He claimed to not know who Adesanya was 😂and dismissed a fight w/ him and called for Chris Weidman, lol. Dana White's answer about that matchup came days later.

Jan Blachowicz vs. Nikita Krylov added to UFC Fight Night 136 in Moscow

Krylov, a 26-year-old Ukrainian fighter and former heavyweight, is surging at 205 pounds. He’s won four straight fights outside of the UFC – the three most recent ones via knockout – and is 9-1 since a 2014 loss to Ovince Saint Preux. His recent four victories have come primarily with the Fight Nights Global promotion, where he knocked out fellow UFC vet Fabio Maldonado to win the organization’s light-heavyweight belt in his most recent performance.

Judo Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison Set for Second MMA Bout at PFL 6 on Aug. 16

Two-time Olympic judo gold medalist Kayla Harrison will make her sophomore mixed martial arts appearance at Professional Fighters League 6 on Aug. 16. Harrison will square off against Jozette Cotton at Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City, N.J. in a 155-pound main card bout. The promotion confirmed the booking following an initial report from . The full lineup for PFL 6, the organization’s next-to-last regular season event, has not been announced. The main card will be televised on NBC Sports Network following early prelims on Facebook. Harrison became the first American to win a gold medal in judo at the 2012 Olympic Games in London and repeated the feat with another gold-medal triumph in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro. She made her MMA debut at PFL 2 on June 21, submitting Brittney Elkin with an armbar 3:18 into the opening stanza. Anchored at the Premiere Combat Center, Cotton has compiled an 8-1 career mark that includes one triumph under the Bellator MMA banner. The 30-year-old known as “The #1 Headbusta” has finished four of her victories by knockout or technical knockout.

Dana White's Contender Series 15 results: Roberts, Heinisch Griffin and Adams get contracts

Roberts (6-0) put on a grappling showcase against Gross (11-8), who wasn’t able to stop the offense from coming his way before he tapped out to a second-round submission in the featured bout at Dana White’s Contender Series 15, which took place took place at The Ultimate Fighter Gym in Las Vegas. The win earned him one of four contracts dished out by UFC President Dana White on the penultimate episode of Season 2, along with Ian Heinisch , Jordan Griffin and Juan Adams .

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Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones reflects on the last year of his career after earning a stunning knockout against Daniel Cormier to sitting on the sidelines after a positive drug test.

The Film Room: Henry Cejudo

UFC 227 is now available on Amazon Prime . Henry Cejudo will get his second shot at Ultimate Fighting Championship gold when the 2008 Olympic gold medalist challenges Demetrious Johnson for the undisputed flyweight title in the UFC 227 co-headliner on Saturday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. This installment of The Film Room focuses on the techniques and strategies that Cejudo employs. King of the Mat Cejudo ranks as one of the most accomplished American wrestlers in MMA history. In addition to his Olympic gold medal, he was a four-time Pan American Games champion. However, Cejudo has rarely used his grappling chops since moving to MMA in 2013, choosing to strike with opponents unless his wrestling skills were absolutely necessary. When he does choose to wrestle, Cejudo can take down opponents at will. Instead of power takedowns, he likes to grab a single-leg and lift it as high as possible, taking them off their post leg and dragging them to the mat -- a tactic he has been using since his Olympic days.

UFC Fighter Details Intense Street Brawl That Nearly Took Three Of His Fingers - MMA Imports

“So, I wake up the next morning and my finger is just completely infected. I go back to the same plastic surgeon, he has to take the stitches out, drain it, and then pack it with gauze. So now I have like an open wound on my hand, this gaping hole on my finger, and my finger is really the size of a sausage. It was ridiculous. That took about four weeks for it to close, and then that was like already a week before my next fight, so it just had closed up, like scabbed over by the time a week before the fight. And actually when I was at the fights in Austin, the doctor was like, ‘Oh, what happened to your hand?’ When they were doing the pre-fight medicals. Like, ‘Oh, that’s just an old injury,’ I just kinda brushed it off.”

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'Cyborg' Says Superfight With Nunes Not The Biggest Challenge of Her Career

A superfight between current Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s featherweight champion Cristiane Justino , better known as “Cyborg,” and bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes is all but confirmed although an actual date hasn’t been set which is causing a lot of frustration for “Cyborg,” who says she is ready to fight now. “Cyborg” produced another devastating performance in her demolition of Yana Kunitskaya back in March, finishing the former Invicta FC champion in the first round and remaining undefeated in her UFC career. The 33 year-old Brazilian was hopeful of keeping active by taking the fight with Nunes in September although the bantamweight champ announced on social media that she has signed a contract to fight “Cyborg” at UFC 232 on December 29 in Las Vegas, Nevada. This announcement didn’t sit well with the pound-for-pound queen who wanted to be more active in 2018 and said she’d be willing to face another featherweight in the meantime to keep her momentum going. ”Amanda has talked a bunch of stuff, saying she couldn’t fight, that she was injured and would take her six months to recover,” Cyborg told MMA Fighting .

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A flyweight showdown between Sergio Pettis and Jussier Formiga is currently in the works for UFC 229 in Las Vegas on Oct. 6.

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PFL 5 Weigh-ins: Efrain Escudero Eliminated from Playoffs on the Scale

At least Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran Efrain Escudero is consistent. Known for missing weight at several points in his career, Escudero again failed on the scale Wednesday in Uniondale, New York, hitting 163.2, which led to his removal from Thursday’s PFL 5 card. His opponent, Islam Mamedov , did his part by hitting 155.2. Mamedov will be paid his show and win money , as well as receive a win in the PFL Playoff standings. By missing weight for the second time this season, Escudero has been eliminated from post-season consideration. Thursday’s NBCSN card will go forward with eight bouts. PFL 5 Weigh-in Results: Jason High (155.8) vs. Natan Schulte (155.4) Vinny Magalhaes (204.6) vs. Brandon Halsey (205.6) Will Brooks (155.8) vs. Robert Watley (156) Rakim Cleveland (205) vs. Maxim Grishin (204.2) Rashid Magomedov (155.6) vs. Luiz Firmino (155.8) Chris Wade (155.2) vs. Yuki Kawana (155.8) Dan Spohn (205.2) vs. Artur Alibulatov (201.4) Thiago Tavares (155) vs. Arthur Estrazulas (155.6)

Coach Firas Zahabi thrilled to have 'legend of the sport' Carlos Condit training at Tristar

“The Natural Born Killer” will help aid MacDonald for an upcoming Bellator middleweight title fight with Gegard Mousasi at Bellator 206 on Sept. 29. MacDonald is the current Bellator 170-pound champion and will attempt to become the organization’s first simultaneous two-division titleholder.


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Infographic: Professional Fighters League Season 1 Lightweight Playoff Standings

Thursday’s PFL 5 card from Nassau Coliseum will go a long way toward shaking out the traffic jam in the Professional Fighters League lightweight division. The division itself offers an intriguing mix of veteran fighters looking for redemption and lesser-known prospects taking a significant step up in opposition. The former group includes such notables as 18-fight Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran Thiago Tavares , The Ultimate Fighter Season 8 winner Efrain Escudero and former Bellator MMA lightweight champ Will Brooks . One fighter who is likely just looking for a break of any kind is Jason High , after enduring another referee-related career low point in his regular-season debut at PFL 2 in June. “The Kansas City Bandit,” who is probably best-known for being released from the UFC after shoving referee Kevin Mulhall in the immediate aftermath of his match with Rafael dos Anjos , lost to Escudero via technical submission in spite of not appearing to have tapped. In an additional layer of weirdness, Escudero failed to make weight for that fight, which is why he has zero points in these standings in spite of having won.


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Eddie Alvarez Issues Humble Statement Following Loss to Dustin Poirier |

There are no grey areas in Fighting , one man will lose and the other will win , this is why I love this game . Controversial calls , judging , and fan support can always add to the drama but in the end 1 will stand and 1 will fall . Hats off to Dustin and his team he stayed calm under pressure and fought beautifully this makes us 1-1 . In no way will I judge Godard harshly , We have the same Job ! he has to make decisions in split seconds just like I do , and he makes them with my health and my opponents in mind . What’s done is done . As for Mark Henry calling for an elbow in the heat of the moment . An angled elbow is an incredible shot from the position I was in , it’s actually the only shot you can throw . We simply had a miscommunication, it happens in war more often than not , this was a case of “friendly fire” and we ended up on the losing end of this battle . But let’s remember Ricardo and Mark are also responsible for my UFC world title , and wins over some of the greatest fighters in the UFC , He’s the hardest worker on our team , obsessive, detailed , and pushes us all to understand the opportunity we have in front of is on a world stage .

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Program Alert: UFC To Hold Special Press Conference This Friday To Announce Slew Of New Fights - MMA Imports

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is currently getting ready for an intense fight card this weekend. That being said, it would appear that the world’s most famous mixed martial arts promotion is looking to simultaneously begin heating up fan interest in some of the UFC’s other upcoming fight cards.


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Dana White's Contender Series 16 card finalized, with Greg Hardy returning to octagon

Hardy was offered a development contract in June when he  knocked out Austen Lane in 57 seconds  at Dana White’s Contender Series 9. The plan, according to UFC President Dana White, was to have Hardy a fight on the final Contender Series event, then have him make multiple appearances on the internet-streamed “Looking for a Fight” series. From there, White said, the promotion would decide if Hardy was ready for the UFC.

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5 Questions for Alexey Oleynik

Roughly a month remains before the Ultimate Fighting Championship touches down in Russia for UFC Fight Night 136 . A heavyweight battle between 2001 K-1 World Grand Prix winner Mark Hunt and 41-year-old submission savant Alexey Oleynik will headline the historic event in Moscow. Oleynik has rattled off 14 wins across his past 16 appearances. He last fought at UFC 224 in May, when he submitted Junior Albini with his patented Ezekiel choke in Rio de Janeiro and improved his record inside the Octagon to 5-2. In this exclusive interview with, Oleynik shares his emotions ahead of his next assignment, his thoughts on Hunt and his opinion on hyping fights. Sherdog: What has the process been like leading up to this event? Oleynik: I didn’t wait long for an answer about my fight and opponent. After my victory in Brazil, I was asked who I wanted to fight. I said I wanted to fight Fabricio Werdum . He’s the most famous grappler in the world and one of the best. It would have been a tough fight, and I think many fans were looking forward to it.


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UFC on FOX 30 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social media

🇧🇷 Primeiramente gostaria de agradecer. Agradecer pela saúde e oportunidade de caminhar na trilha que amo. Agradecer pelas pessoas que estão em minha volta, minha família, amigos e equipe. Agradecer por mais um dia de aprendizado, mais um dia de evolução. Quando vou lutar coloco não só meu trabalho, mas minha vida dentro do octógono. Estou pronto para morrer pelo caminho e acredito que tenho que estar de peito aberto para receber tudo como benção. Talvez esse seja o momento mais difícil da minha carreira e até da minha vida. Muitas dúvidas e muitas perguntas me rondam e por isso sei que é uma grande oportunidade para minha evolução. É hora de aceitar, agradecer e voltar para luta. Em meio de tantas perguntas, tenho uma certeza: o caminho está só começando ! Parabéns para o Dustin e muito obrigado a toda minha equipe, todos que lutam comigo e torcem por mim. Sou abençoado de ter vocês comigo, muito obrigado ! 🇺🇸 Firstly, I would like to thanks. Thank for the health and opportunity to walk on the path that I love. Thank you for the people who are around me, my family, friends and staff.


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What Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Jose Aldo have in common and how Henry Cejudo could join them

The trouble is, as of now, both fighters are essentially asking the UFC to do something it’s never done. Never has a fighter been granted a third crack at a specific champion after going 0-2 against that champ in previous UFC title bouts. It just doesn’t happen, and it’s not hard to see why.

Max Holloway still searching for answers, but 'ain't worried at all' about fighting future

“I ain’t worried,” Holloway said. “I ain’t worried at all. I’m glad they found nothing, but I hope they do. I hope they find something. That week, I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy. Hopefully we can find something and share with the UFC and go from there so another fighter doesn’t have to go through what I did that week. It was a crazy week for me. We’ll continue to do tests and see some experts and go from there.”

Alexander Hernandez Displeased with His Performance Despite Win at UFC on Fox 30

Myself, my team, we are here to Devastate. There is no pride in participation. Last night, though dominating, was an unsatisfactory performance. I’ll be on my game next time. Thank you to all the viewers and supporters. Nothing but love — Alex Hernandez (@TheGreat155) July 29, 2018 The much hyped Ultimate Fighting Championship newcomer Alexander Hernandez isn’t thrilled with his performance on Saturday night despite his well-rounded effort, earning himself a victory over the Canadian Olivier Aubin-Mercier at UFC on Fox 30 held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The 25 year-old went into the fight with a fair bit of hype following his stunning debut in the UFC back in March this year where he knocked out Beneil Dariush in just 42 seconds. Many fans were wondering if Hernandez could repeat a similar feat against the crafty grappler Aubin-Mercier, who was riding a four fight winning streak. Hernandez talked to the media after the fight to explain his disappointment in his own performance claiming he’s much better than what he showed against the Canadian on the weekend (via MMAJunkie.

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Cub Swanson defends showing in loss to Frankie Edgar, addresses Renato Moicano fight

“I was happy with things that I did,” Swanson told MMAjunkie. “I stopped all of Frankie’s takedowns, and that was what I worked. I had limited time with what I was able to do. Moving, having only a few weeks notice, I was very happy with the things that I wanted to do, but not with the result.”

Dustin Poirier: If it's not a UFC title fight, I'm not answering the phone

“They already know what I’m going to say: If it’s not a title fight, I’m not answering the phone,” Poirier (24-5 MMA, 16-4 UFC) told MMAjunkie Radio after stopping Alvarez (29-6 MMA, 4-3 UFC) in past Saturday’s network-televised main event at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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Demetrious Johnson is still open for a super fight with the bantamweight champion |

For a time, it looked as though Demetrious Johnson’s next flyweight title challenger would come in the form of a slimmed down bantamweight champion, TJ Dillashaw. Unfortunately, the UFC couldn’t lock this fight down. Dillashaw was booked to defend his title against Cody Garbrandt, and Johnson was booked to defend his title against Henry Cejudo — both at UFC 227 this weekend.

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