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Rafael dos Anjos confident UFC will keep title shot promise if he beats ...

He’s 2-0 so far with wins over Neil Magny and Tarec Saffiedine, and the former UFC lightweight champion admits he’s feeling right at home in his new division.

Lawler enters the fight having absorbed 781 significant strikes in the past five years of UFC competition, which is the most of any fighter on the roster.

Dos Anjos believes the former UFC welterweight titleholder is somewhat shopworn from his years of grueling fights, and he intends on taking advantage.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor did huge numbers, but it fell short of the record for pay-per-view buys in North America.

Robbie Lawler isn’t bothered by whether or not Saturday’s UFC on FOX 26 headliner vs. Rafael Dos Anjos is truly a title eliminator.


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