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Cris Cyborg wants to continue fighting in the Octagon, but don't ever expect her to challenge for the UFC bantamweight championship.

She simply can't do it.

Cyborg currently holds the Invicta FC featherweight championship, and was the Strikeforce featherweight champion. While adding another belt to her collection would be a welcome addition, if the UFC continues to leave the 145-pound weight class on the sidelines, Cyborg will continue to take catchweight bouts.

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Although both men shared the Octagon at UFC 203, CM Punk and Mickey Gall had very different motivations going into the bout.

Punk, a former WWE world champion, was determined to prove the critics wrong by making making an impression in his MMA debut. Gall, a 24-year-old Brazilian Jiu Jitsu brown belt already with a wealth of experience in the gym, wanted to make a name for himself and prove his own worth.

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THE long wait for Ronda Rousey to return to the UFC may soon be over.

The former women’s bantamweight champion is currently in negotiations for her next fight in the Octagon with a potential matchup against Amanda Nunes as the likely opposition.

According to sources speaking to FOX Sports, Rousey has been offered a bout with Nunes as part of the UFC 207 card in Las Vegas on December 30 (December 31 AEST) but the fight is not set in stone yet.

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After winning his title from Jose Aldo, UFC featherweight Conor McGregor already had a shot at making MMA history when he was slated to fight then-lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos at UFC 196. As we all remember, that was not to be after dos Anjos had to pull out of the fight due to a foot injury. All of this led to Nate Diaz becoming the late replacement and the birth of a rivalry nobody saw coming.

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It's rare that a Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) titleholder is marked an underdog coming into a championship fight, especially if that same fighter is coming off a first-round knockout of mixed martial arts (MMA) barbarian Robbie Lawler. Well, that's exactly where current UFC welterweight king Tyron Woodley finds himself as he gears up for his first title defense opposite Stephen Thompson at UFC 205 on Nov. 12 from Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.

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Invicta FC has upped the ante for its main event Friday night.

The promotion announced Thursday at weigh-ins that Barb Honchak has been stripped of the flyweight title and the interim tag is off the Invicta FC 19 headline bout. Jennifer Maia is the new undisputed champion and she'll defend that belt against Roxanne Modafferi. Both women made weight, making the fight official Thursday morning.

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