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Dana White recaps UFC 187 (3:38)

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Arlovski: Hope I never fight my friend again (2:11)

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Rumble shops for a Ferrari, Lamborghini (1:19)

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John Dodson returns; will competitive flyweight title bouts do the same?

Ask John Dodson his least favorite event of all time and he's likely to say September's UFC 178 pay-per-view in Las Vegas. Flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson headlined the card opposite Chris Cariaso and ultimately earned his fifth title defense in the form of a submission in the fifth round.

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Cormier: I'm a legit champion

After winning the title vacated by Jon Jones, Daniel Cormier said: "You see what's sitting right there? That's a gold belt. That thing is reserved for the UFC champion. I didn't disqualify myself from this competition, Jon [Jones] did."

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Cerrone on win streak

Donald Cerrone said he's still trying to figure out the secret to success in his 8-match win streak, but it boils down to something simple: "Let Cowboy be Cowboy."

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Weidman: No time to rest

After defending his UFC title again, Chris Weidman said: "I'm confident, but I'm not overconfident. I know there's a lot of guys who want this belt, so I'm ready to get back in that gym and keep getting better."

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Cormier takes Johnson for a ride

Daniel Cormier nearly pulled off a full suplex when he lifted Anthony Johnson off the canvas during his title fight victory at UFC 187.

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Cormier wears down Johnson for title

Daniel Cormier took a barrage of kicks and punches from Anthony "Rumble" Johnson -- even in the clinch and from his back. But he pulled Rumble to the ground to eventually cinch in a rear-naked choke for the UFC light heavyweight crown.

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Weidman defends title for third time

Chris Weidman took a clean right hook to the temple in stride and ultimately took Vitor Belfort down, defeating him via referee stoppage due to ground strikes.

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