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Watch the fights live on ESPN+ on the ESPN app. BROOKLYN, N.Y. — When TJ Dillashaw agreed to fight Henry Cejudo for the UFC’s 125-pound title, he weighed 154 pounds with 8 percent body fat. So, how in the world did Dillashaw, the UFC’s 135-pound bantamweight champion, safely cut 29 pounds in the past 12
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NEW YORK — TJ Dillashaw has successfully made weight ahead of his title bout with UFC flyweight champion Henry Cejudo on Saturday at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Dillashaw, the UFC’s bantamweight champion, needed to be 125 pounds on Friday morning and weighed in at 124.6 pounds. He typically weighs in at 135 pounds for
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EDGEWOOD, New Mexico — Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone has no idea what will happen to the BMF Ranch when his career is over. He’s not opposed to the idea of eventually selling it — except, who in the world would buy it? Cerrone’s grandfather purchased the land the ranch occupies early in his career, and it’s
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If it weren’t for Godwin Ezenwa, Alonzo Menifield wouldn’t be a college graduate. He might not even be literate, to be honest. And he certainly wouldn’t be a professional fighter who’s less than one week away from his debut on MMA’s biggest stage. Menifield wouldn’t be any of those things if it weren’t for the
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The UFC flyweight title will be on the line Saturday when champion Henry Cejudo defends against bantamweight champ TJ Dillashaw at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The card might serve as both the start of an era, as it is the first UFC event on ESPN+, and the end of an era, as
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UFC flyweight champion Henry Cejudo defends his belt for the first time Saturday in Brooklyn, New York, against bantamweight titleholder TJ Dillashaw. Cejudo earned the opportunity by shocking the world in August, dethroning a legend in Demetrious Johnson. The UFC is now on ESPN and ESPN+. Subscribe to ESPN+ to get: Exclusive live UFC events,
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The UFC is actively looking for two replacement fighters to step in on short notice for next weekend’s card in Brooklyn, N.Y. Both John Lineker and Ion Cutelaba (14-3, 1 NC) have been forced to withdraw from their respective fights next weekend, multiple sources confirmed to ESPN. Lineker, who is dealing with a rib injury,
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