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Rafael dos Anjos recovering, ready to fight

UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos talks with Brett Okamoto about recovering from his broken foot, dropping out of a Conor McGregor fight and preparing for his July 7 return against Eddie Alvarez.

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Top-five UFC heavyweights meet in Rotterdam (2:01)
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Edgar: Fight against Aldo should be for real title (1:45)
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20hBrett Okamoto

Slice agrees to revocation of Texas license, fine

Bellator's Kimbo Slice reached a settlement with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, agreeing to a $2,500 fine and license revocation for a failed drug test.

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Kuhn: Early line analysis of UFC 200

Reed Kuhn provides betting line analysis for the biggest fights at UFC 200, including Daniel Cormier vs. Jon Jones.

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Rumble says he's next in line for title shot

UFC light heavyweight Anthony Johnson joins ESPN's Cary Chow to discuss rumors that he turned down a fight against Jon Jones and what's next for the former title challenger.

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Stephen A. sides with Dana White over McGregor (1:32)
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Tate: Nunes is rightfully next in line

Bantamweight champion Miesha Tate looks ahead to fighting Amanda Nunes' at UFC 200, talks about Nunes fighting style and says a rematch with Holly Holm will eventually happen.

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Cormier and Jones talk some trash (1:43)
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5dBrett Okamoto

Five Rounds: Was the UFC justified in pulling Conor McGregor?

The UFC chose to penalize Conor McGregor for his refusal to promote UFC 200 by removing him from the card. Was it the right move? Former UFC champion Rich Franklin joins Brett Okamoto to discuss.

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5dBrett Okamoto

Dana White: McGregor kept himself off UFC 200

UFC president Dana White said Wednesday it ultimately was Conor McGregor's decision to not fight at UFC 200, as he was aware of the demands.

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Golic: Dana White proved he runs the show (1:37)
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Jones-Cormier rivalry as heated as ever

Despite a hotel lobby brawl during a news conference in 2014 and a five-round title fight in 2015, Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier have yet to settle their personal spat.

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Holm's trainer not happy, wanted rematch with Tate

Why didn't Holly Holm get the immediate rematch with Miesha Tate? Her longtime coach, Mike Winkeljohn, believes the Ronda Rousey win actually hurt his fighter's chances of getting one.

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Okamoto: Mighty Mouse looked "perfect" at UFC 197 (2:14)
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7dBrett Okamoto

P4P rankings: Johnson, Jones keep top two spots

With their victories at UFC 197, flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson and light heavyweight interim titlist Jon Jones proved they are the best two pound-for-pound fighters in the sport.

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Adjustments are on Cormier in rematch vs. Jones (2:18)
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Edgar: McGregor brought it on himself

Frankie Edgar believes Conor McGregor has received everything he has wanted from the UFC because of his promotional skills and that the featherweight champion should reciprocate back to the promotion.

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Cain Velasquez makes his movie debut (1:08)
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What UFC 200 means to Velasquez, Browne (4:36)
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8dBrett Okamoto

UFC: McGregor tweet on bout return 'not accurate'

Conor McGregor said via Twitter late Sunday evening that he is back on the UFC 200 card on July 9 in Las Vegas. The UFC said in a statement that "the tweet is not accurate."

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Sergey Kovalev concerned UFC more popular than boxing? (1:27)
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9dBrett Okamoto

Cormier: This version of Jones does not beat me

Light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier was not impressed with Jon Jones' performance Saturday at UFC 197 and hopes to fight Jones two times in 2016.

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Jon Jones wins but is unimpressive in return (1:20)
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10dBrett Okamoto

Jones defeats OSP for interim title, eyes UFC 200

Jon Jones easily defeated Ovince Saint Preux via unanimous decision for the interim 205-pound title at UFC 197 on Saturday night, despite looking tentative in his first fight since January 2015.

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White: Jones-Cormier at UFC 200 could happen (0:41)
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Johnson still impressing with 1st-round KO (1:09)
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10dBrett Okamoto

Barboza sends Pettis to third straight loss

Lightweight Edson Barboza used a variety of strikes to bruise the leg of former champion Anthony Pettis and take home a victory by unanimous decision on Saturday at UFC 197 in Las Vegas.

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Koreshkov spoils Henderson's Bellator debut

Welterweight champion Andrey Koreshkov used his advantages in size and power to dominate former UFC titleholder Benson Henderson over five rounds on Friday night at Bellator 153.

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ESPN3 repay: Bellator 153

Watch an ESPN Deportes broadcast of Friday's Bellator 153 card, as former UFC star Benson Henderson makes his promotional debut against welterweight champion Andrey Koreshkov.

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White: Diaz's UFC 200 fight won't be vs. McGregor

UFC president Dana White said Nate Diaz will remain on the UFC 200 card but that his fight will not be against Conor McGregor. Diaz, however, said he wants to face McGregor or not fight at all.

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