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UFC Fight Night 114's Sergio Pettis calls for rebooking with Henry Cejudo, not title shot

MEXICO CITY – UFC flyweight Sergio Pettis won’t say he’s the No. 2 contender in the 125-pound division, even after stopping Brandon Moreno.

Despite an emphatic win over the red-hot prospect, Pettis is more interested in putting a would-be opponent on his win list rather than facing the winner of Demetrious Johnson’s (26-2-1 MMA, 14-1-1 UFC) … 247 more words


Sergio Pettis still irked by Henry Cejudo, but UFC-Mexico City headliner is nice distraction

MEXICO CITY – Sergio Pettis is satisfied with a Mexico City headliner against a fellow young contender, but he’s still irked about his previously scheduled fight with Henry Cejudo. 672 more words


Three Major Fights added to Future UFC Cards


Two UFC fight cards saw big additions to their schedule Wednesday. Flyweight contenders Henry Cejudo (10-2, 4-2 UFC) and Wilson Reis (22-7, 6-3 UFC) followed by women’s bantamweight contenders Ashlee Evans-Smith (5-2, 2-2 UFC) and Sarah Moras (4-3, 1-1 UFC) were announced, per TSN, for the UFC 216 card in Edmonton, Canada. 328 more words


UFC 216 in Edmonton gets Henry Cejudo vs. Wilson Reis, Sarah Moras vs. Ashlee Evans-Smith

UFC 216, which marks the UFC’s return to Canada, has two new bouts.

They include former flyweight title challengers Henry Cejudo (10-2 MMA, 4-2 UFC) vs. 311 more words


Demetrious Johnson took his UFC feud public, and here's how flyweights responded

Could the UFC flyweight division be disbanded just five years after it was introduced? Champion and pound-for-pound great Demetrious Johnson claims that’s been one of the threats made by the organization. 575 more words


UFC 211 Bout Scrapped Due to Injury

In a report via ESPN.com, the Sergio Pettis vs. Henry Cejudo bout scheduled for the UFC 211 pay per view event on Saturday has been pulled from the card.  109 more words


Henry Cejudo forced out of UFC 211 fight with Sergio Pettis; Branch-Jotko moved to main card

Just when it seemed the first 14-fight card in UFC history was going to go off without a hiccup, a crucial flyweight contest has fallen off Saturday’s UFC 211 lineup. 767 more words