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Jose Aldo out of UFC 189, Conor McGregor faces Chad Mendes for interim featherweight title

It's finally official: UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo
is out of his UFC 189 main event opposite contender Conor McGregor. UFC President Dana White made the news official on ESPN's SportsCenter on Tuesday evening.

According to White, McGregor will now face back-up opponent Chad Mendes in the UFC 189 main event. That bout will be for the interim UFC featherweight title.

It was reported on June 23 that Aldo had suffered a rib injury in training, making his ability to fight McGregor on the scheduled date of July 11 questionable. After a week of rest and testing, Aldo confirmed he would not be able to compete.

UFC 189 is scheduled to take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event will take place on July 11 and the main card will air on pay-per-view

Here’s to 1,001 fights, 522 KOs, and every one of the 8,430 rounds that have aired on HBO since 1973. The 1,000th fight was Oscar Valdez vs. Ruben Tamayo. Timothy Bradley vs. Jessie Vargas was fight 1,001.

UFC FN 70: Yoel Romero Finishes Lyoto Machida With Vicious Flurry

 Yoel Romero didn’t take Lyoto Machida down until round three at UFC Fight Night 70, but when he did, he quickly finished the storied fighter.

Machida kept Romero at bay in the opening round with kicks, but in round two, the decorated wrestler started to find his range. Not long into round three, Romero swept Machida to the mat, and knocked “The Dragon” out with a vicious flurry of elbows.

Here are the results from UFC FN 70, which took place in Hollywood, Florida.

Yoel Romero def. Lyoto Machida via KO (elbows) R3, 1:38

Lorenz Larkin def. Santiago Ponzinibbio via TKO (punches) R2, 3:07

Antonio Carlos Junior def. Eddie Gordon via submission (rear-naked-choke) R3, 4:37

Thiago Santos def. Steve Bosse via KO (head kick) R1, 0:29

Hacran Dias def. Levan Makashvili via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Alex Oliveira def. Joe Merritt via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Leandro Silva def. Lewis Gonzalez via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-27)

Tony Sims def. Steve Montgomery via TKO (punches) R1, 2:43

Sirwan Kakai def. Danny Martinez via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)


Cash and Spiritwolf pick up wins at The Warriors Cage 22

By:Daniel "BigTrip" Quintana

The Warriors Cage was back at it Friday night June 26th, 2015 from the Eagle Mountain Casino in Porterville, Ca.

In the main event two heavyweight Bellator vets faced of as Eric "The American Soldier" Prindle took on late replacement Brandon Cash out of Fresno.

Cash would make the most of the opportunity as he filled in for heavy hitter Lavar Johnson who had to pull out of the fight due to injury. Cash cut the distance quick and pressured Prindle along the cage, where he landed some knees. Cash continued to work the knees, eventually landing a hard one to the body that sent Prindle to the canvas where the referee stopped the fight at 2:18 in round 1.

In the co main event veteran Waachim Spiritwolf out pointed J.C Llamas out of Bakersfeild. After a lack luster first round, Spiritwolf was able to land the better shots and work a little ground game as the fight went the distance. Judges scored the fight a unanimous decision for Spiritwolf.

Tahachapi Ca's Micheal Lowder earned knockout of the Night. Landing a barrage of powerful hooks that put Tule River's Owen Rubio out cold in only :16 seconds in round 1.

Undefeated Paul Blancaflor out of San Diego picked up the Submission of the Night. Blancaflor was able to secure the rear naked choke that forced the tap at 1:55 in round 3 to pick up the win and move his record to 7-0.

Visalia's Blake Marshall out of Elite Team and Jeremy Garibay out of Team KO earned Fight of Night in their pro debuts. Marshall dominated round one, after Garibay got a take down. Marshall attacked from his back instantly, forcing Garibay to fight off a triangle, arm bar, and rear naked choke.

Marshall would end the round raining down punches from mount. As the fight went on Garibay began to score with his boxing landing some nice combos. Marshall worked some nice knees from the clinch in round 2. Garibay would pressure Marshall long the cage in round three with a few exchanges in between tying up along the cage. The fight went the distance and the judges scored the fight a split decision for Jeremy Garibay.

Visalia's Armando Perez  out Elite Team made a successful pro debut stopping Chris Dick by tko. Perez finished the fight from full mount landing some hard punches until the referee stopped the fight at 1:25 in round 1.

Fresno's Grandson Clark defeated Vincent Zavala by ko landing a left hook that dropped Zavala. Ending the fight at 2:56 in round 1.

Jessica Birch defeats Kameron Perkins after three rounds of action. Judges scored the fight a split decision for Jessica Birch

Angel Hernandez defeats Matt Perez by split decision.

Cody Sons stops D.J Johnson by ko landing a head kick that ended the fight at 1:19 in round 2.

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