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After announcing his July return, Tyron Woodley made a list of opponents he is willing to face.

It has been two months since his rematch against Stephen Thompson, and UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley is already looking to make his Octagon return. Late last week, “The Chosen One” announced that he has commenced a training camp for a possible fight in July.

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Anderson Silva is fed up with the UFC, that he vows retirement if he does not get an interim title fight against Yoel Romero.

Just five years ago, Anderson Silva was the UFC’s poster boy, as he held his six-year reign as the world middleweight champion. While he is still a big name these days, he is no longer on the company’s top priority list.

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UFC lightweight Tony Ferguson is angling for a fight against Nate Diaz.

Tony Ferguson is on a nine-fight win streak and wants to keep the momentum going in 2017.

'El Cucuy' wanted to prove his worth as the number one lightweight contender in the world at UFC 209 but, his opponent, the undefeated Khabib Nurmagomedov, was forced to pull out at the last minute due to a brutal weight cut which left him hospitalized.

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Georges St-Pierre is gearing up for his middleweight debut, and Michael Bisping has some things to say about his physique.

Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre recently did a photoshoot and Q&A session, and he showed off a changed physical appearance ahead of his fight with reigning UFC middleweight champ Michael Bisping. Fans were quick to comment on the state of St-Pierre’s stomach, and as you might expect, Bisping also got in on the act on the latest episode of his Believe You Me podcast.

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UFC president Dana White makes his estimate on the likely purse split between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor.

Should the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor boxing match become a reality, it is expected for the UFC to be involved. According to UFC president Dana White, discussions between both camps are set to take place some time in the coming week.

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Anthony Pettis believes he was in too much of a rush during his 2016 skid. That is going to change, according to the former UFC lightweight champ.

Anthony Pettis plans on taking his time moving forward.

After losing his 155-pound belt in 2015 to Rafael dos Anjos, Showtime wanted to get back in the title mix as soon as possible. So he fought four times last year, but it didn’t work out as planned. He ultimately rushed himself into too many fights and subsequently experienced mixed results.

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