Daniel Cormier vs. Anthony “Rumble” Johnson 2 Pulled From UFC 206

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Daniel Cormier Pulls Out Of UFC 206 Main Event They just can’t catch a break. The UFC lost yet another high-profile match, as it was announced on Friday that the scheduled main event between Daniel Cormier and Anthony “Rumble” Johnson at UFC 206 in just over two weeks has been cancelled. Cormier, the reigning UFC 205-pound champion who defeated Rumble to win the title in their first fight at UFC 187, was forced to pull out of the fight due to injury, leaving Rumble Johnson without an opponent for the December 10th pay-per-view in Toronto. The Canadian Curse continues, as another event has virtually lost all of its’ luster. Initially the hope was that a Georges St-Pierre return could be put together for the show, however the negotiations ended up falling flat. Additionally, the UFC 206 fight card, which goes down from the Air Canada Centre and will be broadcast live on pay-per-view, lost its’ co-main event, as the Rashad Evans vs. Tim Kennedy 185-pound fight that was originally scheduled for UFC 205 in New York City was scrapped for the second time in a row due to Evans’ health issues. According to various reports, the hope right now is that UFC will be able to find someone to replace D.C. against Rumble, who they are attempting to keep on the card, likely in the main event spot if a worthy opponent that can weigh 205-pounds on 12/9 emerges. Join us here on 12/10 for live round-by-round results coverage of the UFC 206 pay-per-view.

Video: UFC Fight Night 101: Whittaker vs. Brunson Weigh-Ins From Melbourne, Australia

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https://youtu.be/nKzp8VCBAag On Friday, while likely starving themselves “Down Under” on Thanksgiving just 24-hours earlier, the official weigh-ins for UFC Fight Night 101 were held for Saturday’s event. Featured above is the video player needed to access the live stream, scheduled to begin at 7pm EST. / 4pm PST. from Melbourne, Australia, as well as the complete video archive once the ceremonial weigh-ins conclude. Make sure to join us here at MMANews.com on Saturday evening for a recap of the UFC Fight Night: Whittaker vs. Brunson event.

UFC Fight Night 101 Q/A with Miesha Tate, ‘Minotauro’ & Ross Pearson

Watch the UFC Fight Night 101 “Whittaker vs. Brunson” Q&A at 7:45 p.m. ET featuring Miesha Tate, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Ross Pearson.

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Cruickshank vs. Kitaoka, Miyata vs. Souwer Added to Rizin FF’s Dec. 29 Event

A pair of lightweight contests have been added to Rizin Fighting Federation’s Dec. 29 card.

Patricky Freire Injured; Bellator 167 Headliner vs. Derek Campos Canceled

Bellator 167 has lost yet another main event.

Report: 205-Pound Champ Daniel Cormier Withdraws from UFC 206 Headliner Due to Injury

Daniel Cormier has suffered an injury and is out of his light heavyweight title defense against Anthony Johnson at UFC 206, according to a report from MMAFighting.com on Friday.

UFC Melbourne Weigh-in Video & Results: Robert Whittaker, Derek Brunson on Target

The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to the Land Down Under this weekend as UFC Fight Night 101 “Whittaker vs. Brunson” (current odds) will be held at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne.

Weigh-in Video: UFC Fight Night 101 ‘Whittaker vs. Brunson’

Watch the UFC Fight Night 101 “Whittaker vs. Brunson” official weigh-ins at 7 p.m. ET.

UFC Fight Night 101 ‘Whittaker vs. Brunson’ Results: Play-by-Play & Updates

Saturday’s live UFC Fight Night 101 “Whittaker vs. Brunson” coverage kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET.